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The Kremlin’s Political Prisoners: The Case of Yuly Boyarshinov and Viktor Filinkov

Nov 01 2019

Memorial Human Rights Center (HRC), in accordance with the international guidelines defining the term ‘political prisoner,’ has recognized Yuly Boyarshinov and Viktor Filinkov as political prisoners. We demand their immediate release and that the criminal charges against them for alleged involvement in a terrorist group be dropped.

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The Kremlin’s Political Prisoners: The Case of Jehovah’s Witnesses

Oct 25 2019

The total number of Jehovah’s Witnesses currently being prosecuted for their faith in Russia has reached 206.

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The Kremlin’s Political Prisoners: The Case of Anna Pavlikova and Konstantin Kotov

Oct 18 2019

Today, we’d like to remind people who respect human rights once again about The Kremlin’s political prisoners. The very fact people are imprisoned in today’s Russia for their political and religious beliefs shouldn’t be tolerated by the world.

There is a bittersweet development we believe is important to write about today. Yesterday, Konstantin Kotov, 34, imprisoned under the “Moscow case,” married a 19-year-old suspected extremist, Anna Pavlikova, at Moscow’s infamous Matrosskaya Tishina jail.

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The Kremlin’s Political Prisoners: The Case of Eduard Malyshevsky and Nikita Chirtsov

Oct 11 2019

Eduard Malyshevsky and Nikita Chirtsov were the last to be detained in the Moscow Case. They have been charged under Article 318, Section 1, of the Russian Criminal Code (‘Using force against a public official without endangering life or health’).

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The Kremlin’s Political Prisoners: The Case of the Protestors in Magas

Sep 27 2019

On March 27, 2019, in Magas, Ingushetia, clashes occurred between participants of a protest rally and The National Guard (RosGvardiya) and police officers after they tried to disperse the rally. 10 police and RosGvardiya officers reportedly received various injuries. The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case on the use of violence against law enforcement officers.

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