Russian judge says man who played Pokemon Go in church incited religious hatred

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May 11, 2017 10:13
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MOSCOW - A Russian judge on Thursday said that a blogger who played Pokemon Go inside a church was guilty of inciting religious hatred, RIA news agency reported.

The court, in the Ural mountains city of Yekaterinburg, has not yet handed down a sentence on the blogger, 22-year-old Ruslan Sokolovsky.


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