Freedom Under Fire in Russia

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An editor for a news station in Russia was found murdered in his home.

Last week, one the country's most famous reporters was found murdered. She was known for shedding light on shameful government practices during both the Soviet regime and the new 'republic'. Before she was murdered, she wrote a piece that told of Russia's use of torture and abuse in Chechnya.

Russia is the third most dangerous country for reporters and media. They can not handle the responsibilities of freedom...the country is purely disgusting.
 

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An editor for a news station in Russia was found murdered in his home.

Last week, one the country's most famous reporters was found murdered. She was known for shedding light on shameful government practices during both the Soviet regime and the new 'republic'. Before she was murdered, she wrote a piece that told of Russia's use of torture and abuse in Chechnya.

Russia is the third most dangerous country for reporters and media. They can not handle the responsibilities of freedom...the country is purely disgusting.
Wait, are you saying President Bush ISN'T at fault?:gang1:
 

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