The shaman detained in Yekaterinburg turned out to be a certain Dylyk Khan from Ulan-Ude, according to documents – Nikolai Dylykov, report the Ural edition “Vechernie Vedomosti” and TASS with reference to a source in law enforcement agencies. Earlier, TASS published erroneous information about the arrest of the shaman Alexander Gabyshev.
The day before, Dylykov published a video in which he announced that he was in Yekaterinburg and the police were interested in him. By data “Vecherniye Vedomosti”, after the arrest of Dylykov, was placed in a local psychiatric hospital. “During the arrest, he introduced himself as Gabyshev. It has now been established that this is another person – Nikolai Dylykov from Ulan-Ude, he is registered with the Ministry of Internal Affairs as mentally ill, ”a source told TASS.
About the detention of the Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev in Yekaterinburg on November 7 reported TASS citing a law enforcement source. At the same time, Gabyshev was supposed to be in a psychiatric hospital until January 2022, he could not be in Yekaterinburg.
The shaman’s lawyer Sergei Pryashnikov said that Gabyshev’s detention was not confirmed in all 15 district police departments of Yekaterinburg and in the Sverdlovsk regional hospital. “The last time I spoke with the representative of the hospital – Alexander’s attending physician – was on Wednesday or Thursday. He did not inform me of any plans to discharge Alexander or move him to another hospital, ”the lawyer said.
The Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev became known throughout Russia after in the spring of 2019, together with like-minded people, he organized a “trip to Moscow” to carry out the “rite of expelling Putin.” He was detained a few months later on the border of Buryatia and the Irkutsk region. From the police, Gabyshev was sent to a neuropsychiatric dispensary, and a criminal case was opened against him for incitement to extremism.
Later he was forcibly taken to a mental hospital. The operation involved 50 police officers. A few days earlier, Gabyshev announced a new campaign against Moscow, which was to begin in March 2021.
In February, the Yakutsk City Court satisfied the claim of the medical institution for compulsory treatment of Gabyshev. Insisting on hospitalization of the shaman, the staff of the mental dispensary indicated that he “again began to make loud statements in the media.”
In March, according to the results of a psychological and psychiatric examination carried out in a Yakut dispensary, the shaman was declared insane. In May, the commander of the Rosgvardia platoon said at a court hearing in the case of compulsory treatment of Gabyshev that during the storming of the house and the arrest of the shaman, the security forces considered the possibility of his murder. Gabyshev called his criminal case political.
In July, the Yakutsk City Court sent Gabyshev to compulsory treatment in a criminal case on the use of force against an employee of the Russian Guard.