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Artist Lena Hades Accused of Russophobia
22.06.2010 00:00
Artist Lena Hades Accused of Russophobia
Chimera of Mysterious Russian Soul

The Moscow artist Lena Hades has been summoned to Basmanny Office of Public Prosecutor, where nationalists addressed, having accused the artist of Russophobia and fomenting of national strife.
      "I got a phone call from investigatory department of Basmanny Office of Public Prosecutor with the request to offer explanations concerning two of my paintings. I was explained that two years back they had received about 300 applications from private persons and organizations with requests to excite criminal case under article 282 of the Criminal Code of Russian Federation for kindling of national strife", - Lena Hades said on air of the Echo of Moscow radio station.
      The discontent of representatives of several nationalist movements was caused by her paintings Chimera of Mysterious Russian Soul and Welcome To Russia.


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