Evan Gershkovich: A Timeline of a Reporter’s 100 Days of Detainment in Russia

From a Wall Street Journal story headlined “Evan Gershkovich: A Timeline of His 100 Days of Detainment”:

Evan Gershkovich, a Russia correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, was detained 100 days ago while he was in Yekaterinburg on a reporting trip. He has been held since then in Moscow’s Lefortovo prison and accused of espionage, which he, the Journal and the U.S. government vehemently deny. Gershkovich, the 31-year-old American son of Soviet émigrés, has brought uncommon insight to the stories of everyday Russians.

He has committed no crime. He only did his job as a journalist.