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Court says Khodorkovsky interview to Esquire is legal
14.11.2008 15:06
Court says Khodorkovsky interview to Esquire is legal

Friday Chita's Ingodinsky court ruled illegal Khodorkovky's dungeon restraint. Former YUKOS Head was sent into dungeon for 12 days after an interview with a famous Russian writer Boris Akunin for the Esquire magazine.
      Khodorkovsky's lawyers made a complaint against prison authorities, who claimed the man broke the prison's standing orders by receiving correspondence from Akunin. The lawyers proved Khodorkovsky did not receive or send any unauthorized mail.
      Khodorkovsky was accused of fraud and sentenced to 9 years of imprisonment in 2005. In his interview to Esquire he said he used to be locked up in dungeon after each interview he gave, mostly published in foreign media.


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