15 March 1999 Viktor Niitsoo, a deputy of the nationalist Pro Patria party in Estonia, is no stranger to resistance. A dissident in the 1980s, he was imprisoned and spent four years in a Soviet gulag. Recently, he used his own experience and the records of the Supreme Court of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic […]

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