In Vladimir Putin’s Russia, you may not be allowed to question God’s existence — at least not on social media.

Russian Viktor Krasnov, 38, could be jailed over an Internet exchange with two strangers in an online community during which he said that God doesn’t exist

On Wednesday, Krasnov appeared in court in the southern city of Stavropol, where he stands accused of violating a 2013 law that made it a crime to offend the sentiments of religious people, news site Meduza reported. Lawmakers introduced the ban after Pussy Riot’s infamous punk protest inside a Moscow cathedral and the trial that followed. Read more…

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Source: Mashable


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