Shevchuk Aleksandr

Александр Шевчук

Обновлено: 29 August 2022
ФИО: Shevchuk Aleksandr Stanislavovich Шевчук, Александр Станиславович
Год рождения: 1989
Текущий статус в уголовном деле: осужденный
Статьи УК РФ: 282.2 (2)
Провел под стражей: 3 days in Detention Facility, 144 days in Detention Centre No. 1 for the Republic of Mordovia 3 дня в ИВС, 144 дня в СИЗО № 1 по Республике Мордовия
Под арестом с: 6 February 2019
Текущая мера пресечения: Следственный изолятор
Текущее местонахождение: Detention Center No.1 for Republic of Mordovia СИЗО № 1 по Республике Мордовия
Адрес для корреспонденции: Shevchuk Aleksandr Stanislavovich, born 1989, SIZO No. 1 in Republic of Mordovia, ul. Rabochaya, 147, g. Saransk, Republic of Mordovia, Russia, 430003 Шевчуку Александру Станиславовичу, 1989 г. р., СИЗО № 1 по Республике Мордовия, ул. Рабочая, 147, г. Саранск, Республика Мордовия, 430003

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Биография

On February 4, 2019, in Saransk (Mordovia) criminal proceedings were initiated against three Witnesses accusing them of extremism. They are specifically accused of “spreading ideology and faith among the inhabitants of the Republic of Mordovia.” One of those arrested was Aleksandr Shevchuk. What is known about him?

Aleksandr was born in 1989 in Pyatigorsk. He has a brother. From childhood he has been a responsible person and was very studious at school. He later received a certification in the field of landscape gardening. After moving to Saransk he worked in furniture production. He likes sports, especially basketball and table tennis. Aleksandr is known to be a good friend who is ready to help at any time of the day or night.

Aleksandr comes from a religious family, many of whom were repressed during the Soviet years. His great-grandfathers and great-grandmothers were exiled to Siberia in 1951 for their Christian faith. There, in exile, his parents were born.

Because of his peace-loving Christian convictions and therefore his conscientious objection to military service, Aleksandr asked to perform alternative civilian service. As a result he was taken into custody in Khimki near Moscow. To accuse a peaceful person of extremism sounds particularly ridiculous. Relatives are rightly worried about him and feel that even during the Soviet years, laws were not applied in such an arbitrary way as they are today in Russia.