Shaman Gabyshev announces new journey to Moscow
The resident of Yakutia promised that not a single hair would fall from Putin’s head.
Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev, who was trying to exorcise Putin from the Kremlin, was about to continue his journey from the place of detention – the border of Buryatia and the Irkutsk Region. The shaman said this in an interview with Yakutia.info. Now Gabyshev calls his campaign peaceful.
As before, the shaman, “goes against the authorities,” but promised that “not a single hair will fall, not a single drop of blood will spill from Putin.” Gabyshev called his supporters to reunite in Yakutsk, and then fly or get to the Irkutsk-Buryat border, from where they will continue hiking. Seven people responded to the call.
Gabyshev was detained on September 19, after mass protests in Ulan-Ude, which began due to the detention of the shaman’s supporters. Gabyshev himself was recognized insane, but only after the second examination.
“I fully felt the return of punitive medicine of the late USSR,” Gabyshev said.
In addition, the shaman was accused of publicly calling for extremist activity (part 1 of Article 280 CCRF).