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It is a true story, bad story, like many other stories from Russia,
Long before court session the prosecutors presented to the TV cameras the
blank forms of the brain death certification signed by experts in advance.
People do not trust prosecutors at all. Court declared that crime was not
proved. We dont trust the court.
20 years ago the legislation on transplantation was introduced in Russia,
based on the presumption of consent. This law was developed under strong
influence of the transplantologists' lobby. People do not trust
transplantologists. Court may clear them, but they need to work hard to be