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How to double your money in Moscow.

[Marat] Grachev was fined 100,000 rubles, more than $1,200, [for displaying an anti-war sign in his computer repair store]. A Moscow politician wrote about the case on social media, including Mr. Grachev’s bank details for anyone who wanted to help. Enough money to cover the fine arrived within two hours, Mr. Grachev said.

He received 250,000 rubles in total, he said, from about 250 separate donations, and he plans to donate the surplus to OVD-Info, which provided him with legal aid.

Margaret Soltan, April 10, 2022 10:23AM
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