Viktoriya Verhoturova and her husband Sergey did not even suspect that because of their faith in God, law enforcement agencies would consider them "dangerous criminals." For a long time phones had been tapped in the family and hidden video had been filmed. During the search, the operatives intimidated Viktoriya because of her refusal to help the investigation.
Victoria was born in 1976 in Uzbekistan. She is the youngest of three daughters. As a child, Victoria was a very energetic child, she was fond of puppet theater, sports, loved to go to the mountains. After school, Victoria learned to be a nurse and to this day she works in her specialty. In his free time, he is actively involved in sports, loves to swim.
From the very childhood, Viktoriya could not accept the fact that life is so fleeting. The very thought of death frightened her and seemed unnatural. As an adult, she saw an illustration of paradise and read the biblical assurance that there would be no more death. Viktoriya realized that this was exactly what she had been looking for for so long. Studying the Bible, she became convinced that this was the word of God, and this book could be trusted. This prompted the woman to become a Christian.
In 2001, Viktoriya married Sergey, who shared her Christian views. Now they live in Nizhny Novgorod. The spouses love to chat with friends, receive guests and walk together in the park.
Viktoriya and her husband experienced severe stress in connection with the criminal prosecution. Due to the preventive measure chosen by the court, the spouses cannot fully communicate with family and friends, and this has always served as a great support for them. Viktoriya’s parents and her elder sisters are very worried about the situation.