Another Russian was convicted and fined for of violating Russia’s anti-gay propaganda hate law. What crimes under the law did he commit you may ask:
A regional court in the city of Kazan convicted activist Dmitri Isakov Thursday, The New York Times reports. The court ruled that he breached the law by standing in a public square in June, holding a sign reading, in Russian, “Being gay and loving gays is normal. Beating gays and killing gays is criminal.” He will be fined about 4,000 rubles, roughly $120.
And the IOC is letting the Olympics proceed like they are taking place in Disney Land.
via Third Russian Convicted Under ‘Gay Propaganda’ Law | Advocate.com.