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A Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev, who last year was trying to get from Yakutsk to Moscow to “expel” Russian President Vladimir Putin, got back his weapon seized as evidence. Criminal case about application of violence concerning the representative of authority has not been initiated yet, according to “Interfax” with reference to the human rights organization “human Rights Posters”.
“Existence of intent, aimed at application of violence concerning the representative of authority, TM not set,” — said the interlocutor of the Agency, citing the investigation.
In addition, advocates argue that the recognizance taken, and the prosecution under article 280 of the criminal code (“incitement to extremist activity”) Gabishevo still outstanding. The Agency notes that the official confirmation of this information yet.
Earlier Gabyshev said that it would begin a new campaign in March, “as he said to God.” However, the specific date is not yet known. The procession, as in past times, will be peaceful.
Gabyshev began his first trip to Moscow in March 2019. Along the way, he was joined by like-minded people. After the shaman went three of eight thousand kilometers, 19 September, FSB officers stopped him on the border of Buryatia and Irkutsk region, sent back to Yakutsk and placed in a mental hospital where he was declared insane. During the arrest and handing him subpoenas shaman waving a sword and jacket. Also, TM was making a case for public appeals to extremism and were released under a subscription. In December he went on the second trip with two supporters and four dogs. He was arrested two days later.
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