"Patient and his condition are important to us as a medical service." Yakut shaman who wanted to expel Putin out of Kremlin sent to mental hospital | QHA media
20 September 2019, 16:05

"Patient and his condition are important to us as a medical service." Yakut shaman who wanted to expel Putin out of Kremlin sent to mental hospital

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The Yakut shaman Aleksandr Gabyshev, who was walking to Moscow to drive away the “Putin demon,” was taken to a mental hospital for examination after detention, the publication FlashSiberia reported, referring to the Ministry of Health of Yakutia (Sakha).

“Gabyshev was sent to the republican psychiatric hospital today, expert interventions will be held in relation to this citizen,” the ministry said.

The department explained that psychiatric diagnostics is based on a conversation with the patient, clarifying the history of life and illness.

“The patient himself and his condition are important to us as a medical service. If the patient has pathologies, we are ready to provide qualified medical care. If necessary, social services can be involved,” the Ministry of Health of Yakutia noted.

The journey of the shaman Aleksandr Gabyshev, which lasted half a year now, has attracted a lot of attention and gathered a lot of comments. Gabyshev began his trekking journey from his native Yakutia to Moscow. He announced that Vladimir Putin is not the president of the Russian Federation, but a real demon who has seized power in the Kremlin.

To rid Russia and the entire planet of this creature, Gabyshev planned to conduct a special ritual in Moscow to expel Putin. At the end of the ritual, the current president of the Russian Federation was supposed to fall into hell, where, according to the shaman, he had the right place. In order for the ritual to go as it should, Gabyshev decided to get to Moscow necessarily on foot, recharging of people’s energy along the route.

On September 17, in Ulan-Ude, the police dispersed the rally, where local residents, dissatisfied with the results of the elections to local authorities, gathered in Council Square, demanding a meeting with the authorities of the republic and new elections.