The text is reprinted from the List without any corrections
Materials: “Document: Reply to John Robles. Andrei (Maklakov), Bishop of Pavlovskoye and, denies the rumors about the US financing of the late First Hierarch of ROAC spread by the Voice of Russia”, “Interview: Archbishop Andrei (Maklakov), administrator of ROAC parishes in the USA, speaks about the tactics of the Church during the “fight for the relics” in Suzdal, the readiness of the Metropolitan for martyrdom, the international reaction and the assassination attempt against the employees of “Portal-Credo.ru””, “Document: Discriminating acts of lawlessness of the Russian authorities against ROAC made known to the world public. Message of Andrei (Maklakov), Bishop of Pavlovskoye and Rockland, Administrator of ROAC Parishes in the USA”, “Document: In support of Iosif (Grebinka), Bishop of ROCOR (A). Declaration of Andrei (Maklakov), Bishop of Pavlovskoye and Rockland, administrator of ROAC parishes in the USA”, “Interview: Andrei (Maklakov), Archbishop of Pavlovskoye and Rockland, Administrator of ROAC parishes abroad, on the details of his deportation from Russia and the possible reasons for it”, “Archbishop Andrei (Maklakov): Ukrainians want to live in a free country”, “Address of Eminent Andrei (Maklakov), Bishop of Pavlovskoye of Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church (ROAC)” (ruling of Oktyabrsky District Court of Vladimir dated 06.10.2015).
It has been established in the court ruling that "the foregoing materials contain the calls aimed at the biased informing for the purpose of drafting political recommendations addressed to the president, the state secretary and the Congress of the USA with a view to exert pressure on Russia in terms of respect of the rights of the faithful; contain the aggregate of psychological and linguistic elements of propaganda of uniqueness and superiority on the grounds of religious affiliation; contain the aggregate of psychological and linguistic elements that justify the necessity to carry out hostile actions by one group of persons in respect of another group of persons united in terms of religious affiliation; contain the aggregate of psychological and linguistic elements of the incitement of discord (hatred and hostility), as well as the dishonoring of a person or a group of persons on the grounds of religious affiliation; contain the statements that include negative judgments concerning a confessional group; contain the statements that extrapolate the responsibility for the actions of specific representatives of a confessional group on such group as a whole; contain the statements in which the past, present and future disasters and problems of one confessional group are explained as caused by the existence and the purposeful activities of another confessional group”.
Acting privately in the absence of any "persons concerned", Oktyabrsky District Court of Vladimir has recognized yet another set of Portal-Credo’s publications related to the Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church (ROAC) as "extremist". The list of publications includes several articles and an interview of Archbishop Andrei (Maklakov), administrator of ROAC parishes in the US and Western Europe (in September 2014 Archbishop Andrei was forcibly deported from Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport). Noteworthy is the fact that the ruling on the "extremist" nature of these publications was passed by Judge Isabella Mysyagina who had convicted Metropolitan Valentin, the late First Hierarch of ROAC, in 2002 (her verdict was later reversed). At that time she was in charge of criminal cases in Suzdal District Court, and now she obviously handles political cases in Oktyabrsky District Court of Vladimir. It curious that the time schedule of the court sessions on this case is very similar to the one on the case against "Bailiff Piety" video examined last year: on 1 September 2014 and 2015 respectively the case was received by the court from the public prosecutor’s office; on 6 September the court session was held. This time there was no publicity, nor any appeals (due to the fact of the court session being held in camera). That is why the court ruling became effective without anyone being informed about it, and the Portal’s staff members became aware of their “guilt” only after reading the updated official RF Federal List of Extremist Materials. So far, the Portal is in the jurisdiction of Russian courts, so the whole set of publications had to be deleted. Anyone who wants to read them is invited to refer to the cache memory.
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