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More Banned Publications Planted in Homes

In April 2019, in the city of Novosibirsk and in the resort settlement of Inozemtsevo, Stavropol territory, law enforcement officers planted officially banned books in Witnesses' homes while conducting the search. The same tactic was often used by officials in 2016-2017, but since the Russian Supreme Court has ruled to ban and liquidate all of Jehovah’s Witnesses’ local religious organizations (LRO) in Russia, this practice almost stopped.

Criminal case

Case of Seredkin and Others in Novosibirsk

Region:
Novosibirsk Region
Locality:
Novosibirsk
Case number:
11907500001000015
Current stage:
preliminary investigation
Suspected of:
According to the investigation, he "organized meetings and led the reading and discussion of literature recognized as extremist” (with the reference to the decision of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation on the liquidation of all 396 registered organizations of Jehovah's Witnesses)
Investigating:
Investigative Department of the Directorate of the FSB of Russia for the Novosibirsk Region
Case initiated:
19 April 2019

Timeline

19.04.2019 СО УФСБ России по Новосибирской области возбуждает уголовное дело за веру по ст. 282.2 (1); по версии следствия, «организовывал собрания и руководил чтением и обсуждением литературы, признанной экстремистской» (со ссылкой на решение Верховного суда РФ о ликвидации всех 396 зарегистрированных организаций Свидетелей Иеговы). Невинными жертвами правоохранителей становятся: Серёдкин Александр (1954 г.р.), Малецков Валерий (1974 г.р.), Чаплыкина Марина (1971 г.р.).
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