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Yakut shaman Gabyshev filed a complaint with the ECHR

Yakut shaman Gabyshev filed a complaint with the ECHR
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Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev sent a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). He intends to challenge his detention, which he considers illegal.

As the InterfaxGabyshev filed a complaint about a violation of his rights during his detention on December 10, 2019. Supporters of the Yakut shaman Kirill Mukhtarulin and Aleksey Brylev sent similar complaints to the ECHR.

In October 2019, the shaman announced his intention resume hiking to Moscow. In the beginning of December Gabyshev left with three like-minded people to the capital, but his detained again. At the same time they reported that he tore a jacket to the policeman and waved his sword.

At the beginning of 2020, investigators did not start against the shaman, a criminal case under the article “Use of violence against a representative of authority”. The agency did not find the corpus delicti.

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