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Journo Union Boss: Harasser Should Blame Vics Sexy Bra
Pic shows: Yekaterina Kotrikadze. The boss of Moscow’s journalists’ union says an MP accused of sexual harassment should have complained he was the one being harassed because of his accuser’s sexy bra. In the wake of other complaints against Russian MP Leonid Slutsky, deputy editor-in-chief of the TV channel RTVI Yekaterina Kotrikadze came forward to say Slutsky touched her inappropriately in 2011. She also said he tried to force her into a kiss, after three other female reporters made similar allegations. But Moscow Union of Journalists boss Pavel Gusev appeared not to take Kotrikadze’s complain seriously, and even offered advice to Slutsky on how he should have dealt with it. Gusev said: "I look at all this with surprise, irony and a bit of laughter. "It’s surprising that seven years later, someone says that some man touched them. And I should believe that? Why?" He suggested Slutsky himself should have hit back with his own complaint of sexual harassment because of the journalist’s supposed attire. He said: "Had I been Slutsky, I would have said ‘she was wearing black panties and some bra that day’." In fact there are no reports on what Ms Kotrikadze was wearing on the day of the alleged attack. But Gusev still claimed to be champion for women who had been subjected to sexual assault. He said he would always defend women "when there was a reason to defend them". Pravda writer Yelena Krivyakina has also added her voice to those accusing Slutsky, saying he sexually harassed her in 1998. She says a senior government official warned her not to make a fuss and added: "I kept my mouth shut for 20 years. And I would have remained silent if not for this story with Slutsky." Slutsky, Chairman of the Duma’s Committee on International Affairs, denies all accusations against him. But the reports of sexual harassment inspired fellow MP Oksana Pushkina to try to resurrect a bill that would criminalise such behaviour in the workplace. Pushkina

Journo Union Boss: Harasser Should Blame Vics Sexy Bra

Story By: Sergey Panashchuk, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Central European News Picture Credit: CEN & CEN/@ElenaKrivyakina The boss of Moscow’s journalists’ union says an MP accused of sexual harassment…

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Murdered Ukrainian Journo To Brit Media: Go F Yourselves
Pics shows: Arkady Babchenko comment about British media; The 'murdered' Ukrainian journalist critical of the Kremlin who faked his death in order to help cops catch an assassin has told the British media to "go f*ck themselves" over criticism of the stunt. Arkady Babchenko, 41, who shocked people when he turned up at a press conference still alive, after earlier reports of his death at the hands of a Kremlin-backed assassin, posted the statement on his Facebook page. He said: "The British media is questioning whether there is really more harm than good that came from what I did? Dear British press, would you please go and f*ck yourselves? If you want to do something useful however, you can give me a British passport and British protection. Then you will have the right to teach me how I should save myself and my family. F*cking smart-a*ses!" A considerable portion of the British media warned that the stunt might have done more harm than good, including Lindsey Hilsum, the international editor for Channel 4 News, who tweeted: "So now every time a journalist is murdered, those responsible will unleash their bots and propagandists to say it’s fake news. "Thanks, Ukrainian security services. That’s really helpful to all who care about journalists’ safety." Leonid Ragozin, a former BBC and Russian Newsweek journalist, tweeted: "Babchenko’s death turns out to be fake news of the century. "A mindless and tragic mistreatment of public empathy that discredits so many things at once – Ukraine, Russian liberals, journalists. Only Kremlin wins." Sun journalist John Lucas added: "This will be a massive propaganda boost for Putin and his supporters and doesn’t do much to help journos also facing threats." The row follows on from claims now known to be false that Russian anti-Putin journalist Arkady Babchenko had been shot in the back by an unidentified killer at his home in Kiev one year after fleeing Russia over concerns for his safety. Babchenko, 41, was a

Murdered Ukrainian Journo To Brit Media: Go F Yourselves

Story By:Sergey Panashchuk, Sub Editor:Joseph Golder, Agency: Central European News Pics shows: Arkady Babchenko comment about British media; The 'murdered' Ukrainian journalist critical of the Kremlin who faked his death…

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Wife Defends Drunk Hubby Who Threw 5yo Son Out Window
Pic Shows: Myhaylo Liashenko with his mother Oksana Liashenko; UKRAINE: The wife of the man arrested for throwing their five-year-old son from a fourth-floor window after having a drunk nightmare and not recognising the youngster says he is a “good father”.

Wife Defends Drunk Hubby Who Threw 5yo Son Out Window

Story By: Sergey Panashchuk,Sub Editor: Joseph Golder,Agency:Central European News The wife of the man arrested for throwing their five-year-old son from a fourth-floor window after having a drunken nightmare and…

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