I am waiting to see the mainstream media erupt with coverage of this officially-snactioned descration of sacred texts. Who doesn't know about the [false] story about a Koran being flushed away last year? It was all over the news. This story is from Forum 18 (based in Oslo), with a summary:
Following a 27 August raid on a Baptist church in the southern town of Karshi, two visiting Baptists were given massive fines on 25 October of 438 US Dollars each for participating in unregistered religious worship, while four local church members were given smaller fines, Protestant sources told Forum 18 News Service. The court ordered Bibles and hymnbooks confiscated during the raid to be burnt, a regular practice with literature confiscated during raids despite official denials. The judge refused to discuss the case with Forum 18. After 30 police officers raided a Pentecostal church in the capital Tashkent on 13 November, one church member has so far been fined. The Karshi Baptists called for Uzbekistan's harsh religion law to be brought into line with the religious freedom guarantees in the country's Constitution and international human rights standards.
I'm sure you will read more about in Time, Newsweek, and your local paper, soon.