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Exhibition Dedicated to Mikhail Khodorkovsky Opens in Moscow
15.12.2010 12:14
Exhibition Dedicated to Mikhail Khodorkovsky Opens in Moscow
Mikhail Khodorkovsky

Art exhibition dedicated to the beginning of reading of the sentence to the ex-head of Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky and the former CEO of Menatep Group Platon Lebedev opens in Moscow today.
      As the organizers note, Execution cannot be pardoned is the most famous sentence in Russian history. Russian artists participating in the exhibition have decided to study independently the legal punctuation and put a decisive comma in this historical sentence, whatever it is.
      The exhibition runs at the address: 15, 1st Volkonsky Lane, Moscow (entrance from Samotechnaya Street).
      It is a reminder that the verdict reading is planned on December, 15th. The public prosecutor demands 14 years of imprisonment in a standard regime penal colony for Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev.
Author: Vera Ivanova


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