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Hearings in the case of Grigoriy Bubnov​, accused of organizing extremist activities because of his faith, begin in Primorsky Territory

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Court in Vladivostok interrogates believers. Will they testify against Dmitriy Barmakin? Read the process chronicle

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​The case of Dmitriy Barmakin is being heard by Stanislav Salnikov, a judge of the Pervorechensky court of Vladivostok. Continued to August 30, 2019​

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Primorsky Territory citizen suspected of extremism because of his faith. Read Grigoriy Bubnov’s bio

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Vladivostok court to detain Dmitriy Barmakin additional six months. Follow the chronology in Russian

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In Ussuriysk, Sergey Melnikov was arrested during the conversation about the Bible. His bio is revealing

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New Searches for Jehovah’s Witnesses in Primorye; Believer Spends Two Days Behind Bars

Law-enforcement agencies searched homes of two citizens of Ussuriysk because they professed the faith of Jehovah’s Witnesses. One has been under video surveillance; he was interrogated and spent two days in jail.

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In Ussuriysk, Witness Sent to Jail for Two Months

On June 5, 2019, in Ussuriysk, local resident Sergey Melnikov, 46, was arrested and sent to a detention center for two months. This becomes at least the seventh criminal case against Jehovah's Witnesses in the Primorye Territory.

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Yuriy Belosludtsev is jailed in Primorye Territory for more than two months. What does his bio reveal?

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We publish the bio of Sergey Sergeyev from Primorski Territory who has been jailed for more than two months for his faith

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Economist and mother of two children Irina Buglak remains imprisoned for her beliefs. What do we know about her?

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In Vladivostok, the role of agent provocateur in the Dmitriy Barmakin case has been noted. Chronicle of events available in Russian

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In Vladivostok, six women from 61 to 84 years old were charged with extremism together with Valentin Osadchuk

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In Vladivostok, Valentin Osadchuk has been charged for “organizing an extremism community”

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Court Seizes Car and Cash of a Witness in Vladivostok

On April 16, 2019, court ordered the seizure of the car and currency of Valentin Osadchuk, who is now under house arrest and who had spent 275 days in custody before that. On the same day, completion of a preliminary investigation was announced, moving to the stage allowing the accused to get acquainted with the criminal case materials.

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Primorye Territory Resident Imprisoned for Her Faith

On April 19, 2019, law enforcement officers raided the homes of citizens thought to be Jehovah's Witnesses in the city of Partizansk. During the searches Irina Buglak, 44, was arrested and on the next day sent to a detention center. The court decided that discussing the Bible in one’s private apartment  is “a serious crime against the foundations of constitutional order.”

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Five Detained After April 19 Invasions in Three Regions

In the evening of April 19, 2019, simultaneously but in three different regions, law enforcement groups raided the homes of Jehovah’s Witnesses. The raids took place in the city of Partizansk, Primorye Territory, and the towns of Sharypovo and Minusinsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory. Five people were detained; two of them are still in custody.

Following a preliminary investigation, Dmitriy Barmakin is getting acquainted with the criminal case materials

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In Vladivostok, Valentin Osadchuk released on the condition that he sign a recognisance agreement

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In Primorsky Territory, the Court Imprisons Two Witnesses

On March 19, 2019, a court decided to send two Jehovah’s Witnesses, Sergey Sergeyev, who is 63 years of age, and Yuriy Belosludtsev, both from the village of Luchegorsk, to a detention center.

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