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Yakut shaman was not allowed to "expel" Putin

Yakut shaman was not allowed to "expel" Putin
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On the border of Buryatia with the Irkutsk region, the Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev was detained. The man intended to walk to the Kremlin on foot to “expel” Russian President Vladimir Putin.

As the Kommersant, the police took Gabyshev in the direction of Ulan-Ude. Allegedly, he may be charged with organizing an extremist community.

The press service of the Buryat Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia also reported that a man was detained on the 202 kilometer of the M-53 federal highway Baikal. The name and surname of the detainee were not disclosed. It is only known that he is wanted for a crime in the territory of Yakutia. The man will be delivered to Ulan-Ude for investigative actions.

Earlier, two supporters of the shaman Dmitry Bairov and Petr Dondukova were detained. Their release was claimed on spontaneous rally in Ulan-Ude.