9 July 2002 An opinion piece by Sergei Avdeyenko MOSCOW, 2 July (Ezhenedel’ny Zhurnal)–In the years ahead, a historian will undoubtedly note that in June 2002 Russian courts passed a noticeably larger number of verdicts. Russian newspapers and journals were filled with headlines from courtrooms: “Sentence in the Dmitry Kholodov case,” “Oleg Kalugin given 15 […]

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