Jehovah’s Witness Faces 10-Year Sentence

Jehovah’s Witness Faces 10-Year Sentence

On April 3, 2018, a criminal court in Orel is slated to begin the trial of Dennis Christensen, a 46-year old Danish citizen who has been in pretrial custody for nearly 11 months. If convicted on charges of organizing activities of an “extremist organization,” he faces up to 10 years in prison.

Authorities charged Christensen with “organizing activities of a religious organization that has been declared extremist.” The charge sheet, which Human Rights Watch reviewed, states that he was “actively involved in organizational work aimed at continuing the unlawful activities of the [banned Orel Jehovah’s Witness organization].”

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  1. A Danish citizen?? – probably sent there by the JWorg HQ of the organisation to preach and organize cult activities as they do all over the world!. when he feels His God is above the sovereignty of Russia and continues to disobey secular authorities and gets caught he cry’s human rights abuse!… WTF…..

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