Detention of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology executives appealed - 2017-06-15

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F276.png Detention of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology executives appealed June 15, 2017, Russian Legal Information Agency

Detention of executives of the Church of Scientology in St. Petersburg, who stand charged with extremism and illegal business, has been appealed, the Unified press service of St. Petersburg courts told RAPSI on Thursday.

Earlier, head of the Church of Scientology of St. Petersburg Ivan Matsitsky, executive director of the organization Galina Shurinova, chief of the official matters department Anastasia Terentyeva and chief accountant of the religious group Sakhib Aliyev were put in jail.

Additionally, they were charged with inciting hatred and enmity, and violation of human dignity.

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{{cite news | title = Detention of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology executives appealed | url = http://rapsinews.com/judicial_news/20170615/278957381.html | work = Russian Legal Information Agency | date = June 15, 2017 | accessdate = May 4, 2019 }}