Jehovah’s witness faces 10 years for practicing faith in Crimea

Jehovah’s witness faces 10 years for practicing faith in Crimea

A year after Russia outlawed the Jehovah’s Witnesses, a first believer is on trial, facing a ten-year prison sentence and repressive measures are gaining pace. These include armed searches and arrests, as well as the state theft of Jehovah’s Witness land and property.

Halya Coynash: Jehovah’s witness faces 10 years for practicing faith in Crimea

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