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The appeal hearing for Sergey Filatov, jailed for his beliefs, is due May 26, 2020

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Russia Loses Conscientious Workers as Attacks on Faith Go On

According to tabulations April 20, 2020, three years after the liquidation of Jehovah’s Witnesses’ communities, 332 people became victims of criminal prosecution, 166 of these undergoing imprisonment. These are honest, non-drinking workers: teachers, builders, firefighters, accountants, lawyers. Authorities ruin their career, paralyze their life.

“I can’t give up my peace-loving religious views!” – Artem Gerasimov, in the last plea before sentence was announced

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“I am being judged because I am a Christian and consider my faith to be true.” In Crimea, Sergey Filatov made the last plea

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Will a father of four children go to a strict-regime colony in Crimea solely for his Christian faith? The Dzhankoy District Court will decide it on March 5

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In Crimea, the prosecutor requested an unprecedented sentence for faith. Sergey Filatov, father of two minor children, faces seven years in a strict regime colony

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On March 3, Artem Gerasimov will appear before the Yalta City Court to speak the last word. Earlier, the prosecutor requested six and a half years in prison for the believer

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On February 25, debate is due in the case of a resident of Dzhankoy, Sergeу Filatov. Hearings have already revealed inconsistencies, and his neighbors vouched for his character

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In Yalta on February 13, FSB officers ransacked the home of 41-year-old Taras Kuzio. The special operation took place against the background of the trial of another believer, Artem Gerasimov

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On February 10, the prosecutor requested for Artem Gerasimov from Yalta six years and six months in prison and a year of restriction of freedom. His is accused of meeting with fellow believers

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

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

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