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Yakut shaman denied appeal
The Supreme Court of Yakutia dismissed the appeals of the lawyers of the shaman Alexander Gabyshev. The ruling of the Yakutsk city court of October 18 was left unchanged.
Gabyshev tried to recognize the initiation of a criminal case and his acceptance of the proceedings unlawful and unfounded. On the suspect's personal telephone message, appeals were examined without his presence. According to the press service of the court, after hearing attorneys and the prosecutor, the court of appeal decided to refuse the appeal.
Alexandra Gabysheva detained on the 202 km of the M-53 Baikal federal highway. The man intended to walk to the Kremlin on foot to “expel” Russian President Vladimir Putin. Examination recognized the Yakut shaman insane. Police detained two supporters of the shaman, Dmitry Bairov and Pyotr Dondukov. Their release was claimed on spontaneous rally in Ulan-Ude.
In October, Gabyshev announced his intention resume hiking to Moscow exclusively for peaceful purposes. He plans to reach the Kremlin in 2021. The shaman intends to hit the road from the place where he was detained.