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The preventive measure was downgraded for Viktor Zimovskiy from Georgievsk. The investigator replaced his house arrest with a recognizance not to leave

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Russia Loses Conscientious Workers as Attacks on Faith Go On

According to tabulations April 20, 2020, three years after the liquidation of Jehovah’s Witnesses’ communities, 332 people became victims of criminal prosecution, 166 of these undergoing imprisonment. These are honest, non-drinking workers: teachers, builders, firefighters, accountants, lawyers. Authorities ruin their career, paralyze their life.

Little Victims of Big Injustice. Children of Jehovah's Witnesses Are Detained, Interrogated, Humiliated

Since 2016, at least 18 cases of harassment of the children of Jehovah’s Witnesses have been recorded in various regions of Russia. Five such episodes occurred in January 2020. Dozens of minors suffered from religious persecution.

The court of appeal eased the preventive measure against Georgievsk resident Viktor Zimovskiy, releasing him from pre-trial detention and placing him under house arrest

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Tatyana Parfentyeva, a 73-year-old resident of Nevinnomyssk accused of extremism. After the search, the pensioner noticed that her money was missing. We publish her biography

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In Georgievsk, Judge Nina Anashkina left Viktor Zimovskiy in jail. The investigator delays and ignores the request for a medical examination of the believer

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In the Stavropol Territory, Viktor Zimovskiy, a disability pensioner and father of young children, was sent to a pre-trial detention center for faith. We publish his biography

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Neighbors know Anatoly Gezik from Georgievsk “exclusively from the good side.” For his beliefs, he is accused of extremism. Read his biography

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During a search in Georgievsk, security forces put the barrel of an assault rifle at Irina Gezik’s face, and then accused her of extremism. Believer’s biography published

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At the Georgievsk school, investigators—in the absence of legal representatives—interrogate children from the families of Jehovah’s Witnesses, using a dictaphone. Parents are alarmed

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The 73-year-old gardener from Nevinnomyssk is accused of extremism for believing in God. Biography of Georgiy Parfentyev in Russian

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In Nevinnomyssk, a 78-year-old disabled person who has survived the war and famine may find himself in the dock for faith. Read the biography of Anatoliy Boyko

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Hard of hearing and almost blind, a disabled person from Nevinnomyssk is declared an extremist. Read the biography of Sergey Kuznetsov

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In her youth, Karina Saakyan fled from ethnic conflict in Azerbaijan in search of peace. Now she is suspected of extremism. We publish her biography

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In Stavropol Territory, an 89-year-old physics teacher is accused of extremism for her love of God. Read the biography of Rimma Vashchenko

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An accountant from Nevinnomyssk may be in the dock for her love of the Bible. Read the biography of Nadezhda Konkova

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