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Shaman Gabyshev with a sword attacked an employee of the Russian Guard

Shaman Gabyshev with a sword attacked an employee of the Russian Guard
Photo: orpravo.org

In Yakutia, Alexander Gabyshev, who calls himself a shaman, attacked an officer of the Russian Guard with a sword. The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case.

According to the press service of the Yakutia Investigative Committee, who was recognized as mentally ill, Gabyshev refused to undergo treatment in a neuropsychiatric dispensary. On January 27, representatives of the Russian Guard came to his home for compulsory sending there. The shaman inflicted a stab and cut wound on one of them with a handicraft weapon, 84 cm long.

The patient is now in a neuropsychiatric dispensary under the supervision of doctors. The injured police officer received medical assistance.

In the psychiatric dispensary of Yakutia, they previously told why the shaman Gabyshev forcibly hospitalized... The doctors had to resort to the help of the police after refusing to undergo treatment.

Earlier, Gabyshev intended to walk to the Kremlin in order to “expel” Putin, but he detained, and the examination recognized the shaman insane. In October 2019, the shaman announced his intention resume hiking to Moscow, but for peaceful purposes. In the beginning of December Gabyshev left with three like-minded people to the capital, but his detained again. In may him placed in a mental hospital.

 

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