Crimea

Read case timeline of Sergey Filatov. First prosecution witness cannot say anything in essence; second does not remember when he testified

Crimea

​In Crimea, the completed investigation against a father of four is being submitted to court. Follow an updated chronicle in Russian

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53-year-old Sevastopol man suspected of extremism because of reading the Bible. Read Viktor Stashevskiy’s bio

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Federal Security Service Detained Another Witness in the Crimea

On the evening of July 13, 2019, in Yevpatoria (Crimea), FSB officers arrested Oleg Osetsky, 57, who became ill during the special investigation. However, he was taken to the police station and interrogated all night until 6 a.m. He was later released.

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Read the bio of Sergey Filatov, who is charged with organizing worship in the Crimea

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FSB Declares a Resident of Crimea Extremist for Beliefs

On March 26, 2019, the Federal Security Service charged Artem Gerasimov with organizing extremist activities. Another one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Taras Kuzyo, is a suspect in this case. Both men were released after being interrogated.

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Searches and Arrests for Faith in Crimea

At least six homes of local Jehovah's Witnesses were searched on March 20, 2019, in the Crimean towns of Yalta and Alupka. A criminal case has been initiated against believers. Several persons were detained for interrogation. 34-year-old Artyom Gerasimov was taken to the republican center city of Simferopol.

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Searches in Dzhankoy — Biggest Operation in Recent Times

On average, 25 agents invaded each home. Several people were harmed to varying degrees. During the searches, money and valuables were stolen.

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Crimea: Victim of Political Repression Hurt During Armed Operation

On 15 November 2018 in Dzhankoy, 78-year-old Aleksandr Ursu was pinned to the wall, fell on his knees and was handcuffed.

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Увольнение по причине вероисповедания
Witnesses Forced to Quit Because of Supreme Court Decision Against Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Supreme Court decision has caused a torrent of violations of the rights of citizens. Reports indicate that the management of institutions are initiating the dismissal of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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22 Claims From Crimean Organisations of Jehovah’s Witnesses Filed in Russia’s Supreme Court

For 8,000 Witnesses in Crimea, the Ministry of Justice claim to declare their 22 organisations “extremist” was a complete surprise.

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