Russian authorities state Jehovah’s Witnesses kept for their religious convictions beat and consumed themselves and were not tormented while in guardianship.
Human rights attorneys and activists said the proposal was “funny”.
Seven men said they were beaten and shocked to extricate admissions.
The association was restricted in 2017 as a “fanatic gathering” by Russia’s Supreme Court, and handfuls deal with criminal indictments and long jail sentences for rehearsing their confidence.
One Danish national is serving a six-year jail sentence – marked a “negligible” sentence by the court – after he was captured at a supplication administration following the boycott.
Russia prisons ‘fanatic’ Jehovah’s Witness
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On Wednesday, the Russian insightful advisory group in Siberia’s Khanty-Mansiysk locale said the case made by the men was an “endeavor to impact the examination and is gone for disparaging the security powers,” the BBC’s Sarah Rainsford reports from Moscow.
In an announcement, the advisory group said its underlying examination had discovered that “dynamic opposition” amid a pursuit of the men’s homes in February brought about “minor scraped areas and wounding”.
It likewise guaranteed that measurable tests indicated different wounds, including consumes, which “couldn’t have been caused” in authority “however were made later”.
Beforehand, medicinal authentications appeared to the BBC by the supposed unfortunate casualties said their consumes were “predictable with electric stun”. Another scientific report authorized by their legal counselors has affirmed that the wounds do compare with the date of their capture.
Activists and legal counselors are currently requiring a full state-level examination, after nearby authorities in Surgut rejected the charges. They contend that local authorities can’t be trusted to examine their partners.