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This August Ruslan Sokolovsky recorded himself while playing Pokémon GO inside Church of All Saints in Yekaterinburg, after having been made aware such activity within the church could result in jail time...

“How can one offend by entering a church with a smartphone?” Sokolovsky asked. “I decided to just catch some Pokemon in church because, why not? I believe it’s both safe and not prohibited by law. Let’s go.”

Well, fast forward to after Sokolovsky posted the video he was investigated by police, and shortly thereafter charged with inciting hatred and offending religious sensibilities. He's being detained for two months, and stands to face up to five years in jail.

What do you guys think, does the punishment fit the crime here?

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Here's a formal description for the movie:

Set during the Cold War, a secret organization named "Patriot" gathered a group of Soviet superheroes, altering and augmenting the DNA of four individuals, in order to defend the homeland from supernatural threats.

The group includes representatives of the different nationalities of the Soviet Union, which each one of them have long been hiding their true identity. In hard times, they settled down to business and gather to defend their homeland.
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Big kudos to Kelsey D. Atherton for hunting down the image for what it really was...even in spite of the image's little disclaimer at the bottom righthand corner, I'm doubtful how many people actually noticed.



And the golden internet reactions are already rolling in folks...



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1) Take monuments to old Soviet red pinko commie bastards.
2) Turn them into American superheroes.
3) 'Murica.

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Its a russian dude making funny videos about games.

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