Russia: Legal Immunity for Artistic Freedom?

Vadim Nikitin of Foreign Policy Blogs posts a thought-provoking piece on Russian art group Voina, which has been found not guilty by a Russian court for setting fire on a police car on New Year's Eve, despite overwhelming evidence that this was the case, at the same time as protestors and opposition activists are jailed for non-existent crimes.

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