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Yakut shaman Gabyshev was taken to a mental hospital

Yakut shaman Gabyshev was taken to a mental hospital
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Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev was detained by security forces. Two of his supporters were also detained.

He writes about it MBH Media with reference to the coordinator of "Postcard Human Rights" Alexei Pryanishnikov. According to him, Gabyshev was handcuffed, not two were put on shoes, and taken to a psychiatric hospital.

It is also reported that on this day, people in the clothes of medical workers came to Gabyshev several times and wanted to take the biomaterial for the coronavirus test.

Alexander Gabyshev, who calls himself a warrior shaman, began a campaign in Moscow in March 2019 to overthrow the head of state. In September, he was detained on the border of Buryatia and the Irkutsk region, and a case was opened about public calls for extremist activity. In December of that year he left again with three like-minded people and four dogs to Moscow.

 In early February, Alexander Gabyshev sent a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights. He intends dispute his detention, which he considers illegal.
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