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Chelyabinsk: Pictures of orphans violate the law on advertising; they have to be removed from the city centre

posted 15 Jul 2013, 05:42 by Rights in Russia   [ updated 15 Jul 2013, 05:48 ]
10 July 2013

Pravozashchitniki Urala 

"Heinrich: Let me speak! If you really think about it, 
I am not personally guilty of anything. I was taught that way. 
Lancelot: Everyone was taught. But it was you who ended up 
top of the class... " 

Evgeny Schvarts. The Dragon. 

While the management is away on its holidays, zealous employees such as the senior engineer at the Department for Outdoor Advertising, Artem Kashitsyn, rush to carry out their controversial directives to take down pictures of orphans from public billboards, which from 2006 had been performing a vital mission on Kirov Street, helping orphans to find families. [Read more]