Alexandr Inozemtsev is a peaceful family man from Perm who had to defend his good name in the courts. In 2021, he was found guilty of participation in the activities of an extremist organization and the court sentenced him to 2.5 years of probation.
Alexandr was born in 1972 in Kostanay (Kazakhstan). He has a brother and sister. As a child, Alexandr was fond of drawing and wood burning, playing hockey, football, skiing and skating. In the summer, he liked to go fishing with dad and uncle.
Alexandr's first profession is an electrician. After serving in the army, he worked as a car mechanic, driver, loader. In the late 90s, Alexandr moved from Kazakhstan to Russia. In Perm he studied and worked as a locksmith, and also was engaged in apartment renovation.
Since childhood, Alexandr has been troubled by questions about death and injustice. Reading the Bible, he found simple, but at the same time logical answers to them.
In 2017, Alexandr married Olesya. Olesya works as a hairdresser, loves to knit and sew. The couple are raising Olesya's daughter from her first marriage together. The whole family of the Inozemtsevs loves to skate, bicycles, walk along the embankment in Perm in the evening.
Faced with criminal prosecution, Alexandr felt tension, uncertainty and anxiety. At the trial, he emphacized: “Neither the Bible, nor the religion of Jehovah's Witnesses teach or call for violence, revenge, extremism, enmity, disobedience to the authorities. These are peaceful people who are able to lend a helping hand to the people around them, to help both with a kind word and in deed."