3 People Show Old Picture Skinning of Judge in a Court, Now Police Want them

People Show Old Picture Skinning of Judge in a Court, Now Police Want them

Posted on July 17, 2018 by tim


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In Belarus court spectators were showing pictures of middle-age picture “skinning of the corrupt judge”. Here is link to read about the picture on Wikipedia. Now Belarus police has opened a case against them, because

because they find it insulting the court and the judge, ten people invited in police for interview on the case. This is the picture:

 

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Meanwhile in Sochi someone sent his lawsuit to the court in an envelope with the same medieval picture of skinning of a judge:

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Not clear if police wants him too.

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3 Responses to “People Show Old Picture Skinning of Judge in a Court, Now Police Want them”

  1. Douglas says:

    This was long ago….not much can be done about it now.

  2. Horse says:

    Douglas;

    I think these are old art works, that have had the head/face of the judge in question, photoshopped onto it.

    That is the issue.

    Horse

  3. Sole Survivor says:

    “According to Herodotus, Sisamnes was a corrupt judge under Cambyses II of Persia. He accepted a bribe and delivered an unjust verdict. As a result, the king had him arrested and flayed alive. His skin was then used to cover the seat in which his son would sit in judgment…”. —Wikipedia.

    Corruption, as old as mankind.

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