Detention of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology executive upheld - 2017-06-28

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F276.png Detention of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology executive upheld June 28, 2017, Mikhail Telekhov, Russian Legal Information Agency

The St. Petersburg City Court had upheld the detention of Galina Shurinova, the executive director of the Church of Scientology in St. Petersburg, who stands charged with participation in an extremist organization, the Unified press service of St. Petersburg courts told RAPSI on Wednesday.

Earlier this month Shurinova appealed against her detention by a lower court; however, today the St. Petersburg City Court dismissed her appeal.

Shurinova is also charged with illegal business, inciting hatred and enmity, and violation of human dignity. Law enforcement officers have seized literature banned in Russia as extremist during searches at her premises, an investigator said in court.

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{{cite news | first = Mikhail | last = Telekhov | title = Detention of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology executive upheld | url = http://rapsinews.com/judicial_news/20170628/279116974.html | work = Russian Legal Information Agency | date = June 28, 2017 | accessdate = May 4, 2019 }}