Well good. I am glad he got off with just probation. But a not guilty is what he really deserved. Still a win in Russia, and a likely severe crime here if things keep going as they are.
A ‘suspended’ sentence? Wouldn’t that mean he was found guilty but essentially given a pass? Either that judge is in trouble or the gov’t fears those this fellow influences.
sounds like America's own deep state.
It is nonetheless impressive and heartening though that this young man can shame the Russian Government and society with his Christian values. That means there is hope.