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“Search For Everything Related to Jehovah.” New Details of the Raid on Believers In Kazan

Kazan. Photo: Mikhail B / CC BY-ND 2.0

On January 21, 2020, after three Witnesses spent a day in the temporary detention center, the Vakhitovsky District Court of Kazan released Tatyana Obizhestvit and Lyaysan Bochkareva under house arrest. Meanwhile, Laysan’s husband, Andrey Bochkarev, was put in pre-trial detention. During the search, security officials said they were looking for weapons, drugs, and “everything that is related to Jehovah.”

Update. On January 28, 2020, in Kazan, security forces pushed a believer, 30, into a car and took her to an unknown destination. As it turned out, she was taken for interrogation and later released. On January 29, the woman was again summoned for questioning and asked what God she believed in, and whether she knew Andrei Bochkarev, who was arrested.

Criminal case

Case of the Bochkarevs and Obizhestvit in Kazan

Region:
Tatarstan
Locality:
Kazan
Case number:
11901920041000244
Current stage:
preliminary investigation
Article of the Russian Criminal Code:
282.2 (1)
Investigating:
СО в г. Краснотурьинске СУ Следственного комитета РФ по Свердловской области
Case initiated:
27 December 2019

Timeline

27.12.2019 СЧ ГСУ МВД по республике Татарстан возбуждает уголовное дело по ч. 1 ст. 282.2. Его расследует Галимзянов Р. У.
19.01.2020 В Казани проходят массовые обыски. Около 15 верующих задержаны, несколько квартир подверглись обыскам. Супруги Андрей и Лейсан Бочкарёвы, а также Татьяна Обижествит после допроса помещены в ИВС.
21.01.2020 Вахитовский районный суд Казани отпускает Татьяну Обижествит и Лейсан Бочкарёву под домашний арест. Андрей Бочкарёв отправлен в СИЗО.
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