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The mental dispensary of Yakutia named the reasons for hospitalization of Gabyshev

The mental dispensary of Yakutia named the reasons for hospitalization of Gabyshev

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

According to the website of the Yakutsk Republican Psychoneurological Dispensary, last year Gabyshev was hospitalized there by a court decision, but the medical commission decided that he needed active dispensary observation. In this case, the patient must visit a psychiatrist at least once a month and take prescribed medications. For six months, Gabyshev complied with all these instructions, but in January he refused treatment.

After several attempts to contact him, the administration of the mental dispensary contacted the police. The patient is currently in the dispensary under the supervision of doctors.

Yesterday in Yakutsk the police took the shaman Alexander Gabyshev to the neuropsychiatric clinic. He recently announced his intention to start his "campaign against Moscow" again.

In July last year, the Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev released from a neuropsychiatric dispensary. Experts conducted an examination at the request of his lawyer.

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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