Three Jailed In Russia For Killing Man They Believed Was Gay

A court in Russia's northeastern Kamchatka Peninsula has sentenced three men to prison for killing a man they believed was gay.

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The defendants were sentenced to 12 1/2, 10 1/2, and nine years in jail on February 3.

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The three were found guilty of kicking and stabbing the 29-year-old victim — the deputy director of Ozyornaya airport and then setting him on fire inside his car in May 2013. He was not named.

Read more at rferl.org

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