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Yakut shaman canceled his recognizance not to leave

Yakut shaman canceled his recognizance not to leave
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Investigators canceled their recognizance not to leave in relation to the Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev. The preventive measure was removed, since he was never charged.

As told Interfax the coordinator of the human rights organization “Rights Protection Postcards” Alexei Pryanishnikov, the investigator took an obligation from Gabyshev to appear on demand, if necessary, to carry out investigative measures. Whether the shaman will leave again with a campaign in Moscow, the defender does not know.

Human rights activists were also given the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the conclusion of a psychiatric examination regarding the shaman. Investigators do not allow him to be photographed for detailed work and analysis, so lawyers have to rewrite everything manually. They intend to appeal this decision.

Earlier, Gabyshev intended to walk to the Kremlin in order to “expel” Russian President Vladimir Putin, but he detained on the 202 km of the M-53 Baikal federal highway. Examination recognized the shaman insane.

In October, Gabyshev announced his intention resume hiking to Moscow exclusively for peaceful purposes. In the beginning of December Gabyshev left with three like-minded people to Moscow however his detained again.

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