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Russia, 8 and a half years in prison for opponent Jashin: “But we won”

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Russia, 8 and a half years in prison for opponent Jashin: “But we won”

MOSCA – It’s the same Ilya Jashin to interrupt the icy silence in which the courtroom of the Meshchansky court in Moscow falls after the judge Oksana Gorjunova pronounces the sentence: eight and a half years in prison for spreading “fake news” about the Russian army in Ukraine.

“If anyone thinks that Putin will rule for another eight years, then he is a great optimist,” shouts the Russian opponent from the glass cage in which he is relegated.

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