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  • Putin Par­dons Rus­si­an Woman Char­ged for ‘Tre­a­so­nous’ Text Messa­ges “Rus­si­an secu­ri­ty agents arrested Sevast­i­di in Janu­ary 2015, clai­ming that the fri­end to whom she had sent the messa­ges had been a Geor­gi­an spy. She was even­tual­ly sen­ten­ced to seven years’ impr­i­son­ment. Putin’s par­don, which comes into force on March 12, 2017, says that it was signed on “the princi­ples of huma­ni­ty.” Sevastidi’s lawy­er, Yev­ge­ny Smir­nov, told the Inter­fax news agen­cy that his cli­ent could not remem­ber appe­aling to Putin for a par­don.”
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