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    • ginosiea
    • 26.08.12 | 12:05 (IDT)

    first of all reporters can you at least make sure you get the info right? .. it is 2 year sentence not 3! .. and in germany some copy-cat pussy rioters tried to enter a cathedral and got imprisoned waiting for trial-they can get up to 3 years prison sentence.. and thats democratic GErmany!.. All of this is propaganda to put pressure on Russia because they are not allowing for the democratic peace loving west to destroy and attack Iran and Syria.. thats all there is.. Right now, there are many idiots in russia cutting church crosses who were put as a symbol of Stalinist repression on religion.. now what about that? destroying a symbol of freedom and fight against repression so you can protest against repression?? ..its all children who have no clue what they are doing and should be punished as they would if they tried "defecating" a synagogue in israel.. yeah, you would release them with 2 dollars fine right? )))

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