US Missionary To Russia Loses Appeal Against Conviction For Evangelizing

October 4, 2016

The American missionary who has become one of the first victims of the country's clampdown on religion has lost an appeal against his conviction. But Don Ossewaarde intends to fight on and take the case to a higher court. Ossewaarde was charged under Russia's so-called Yarovaya Law, signed by President Vladimir Putin on July 7.

 Read more at: http://www.christiantoday.com/article/us.missionary.to.russia.loses.appeal.against.conviction.for.evangelising/96869.htm



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