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Senior Russian parliamentarian, Igor Ananskikh, thinks that Semyon Varlamov’s fees are a plot to save you him from winning a gold medal at the Olympics in Sochi.
“I’m assured of Semyon’s innocence,” Ananskikh said. “I assume it’s far a sports and political move, as Varlamov is a candidate for the Russian countrywide team. The important aim is to suspend him from training and video games so that he loses exercise and misses the Olympics.”
“As a ways as we realize, his lady friend complained to the police and on the premise of her complaints to arrest a person . . . I assume that is absolutely wrong and wrong,” he stated, honestly spoiled by Russia’s legendarily high requirements for prosecution of crook conduct.