Missionary takes Russian arrest to European court
April 21, 2017
In August of last year, Donald Ossewarde was arrested for conducting a Bible study at his home. He was later convicted and fined 40,000 rubles, which is approximately $600.
Lorcan Price, an attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom International, says the pastor is the victim of Russia's "heavy-handed" targeting of religious minorities in their country.
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