Russian Resurrection (so-called)

This is truly tragic. What is clear here is that this woman perceived that religion could be used as a cover for nefarious activities. Unfortunately, as we have seen in recent weeks, the hierarchy of the Moscow Patriarchate do no different in terms of outright theft of the property of others, and this stems from their complicity in the God-hating Soviet regime. How a man learns is largely dependent on who teaches him. NFTU

(Interfax) – Samara drug police detained a drug dealer and confiscated over 100 grams of heroin from her.

The court already tried her four times for drug dealing and robbery, press service of the Federal Control Service of the Samara Region has reported.

She has recently become very religious and chanted in a church choir in Togliatti. However, she hasn’t changed her life style.

Affected by morphine, she was detained when leaving her home. Police found drugs in her pocket.

“Two folds with heroin were found in her flat and confiscated. It’s quite curious, the woman was hiding drugs behind an icon at the bookcase, and during the search she told the police they shouldn’t touch the icon, it’s blasphemy,” the report says.

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