Artur Kositsyn, Paragon of Russia
It’s hard to know which fact about Russian criminal Artur Kositsyn is more outrageous, his resume or his sentence.
While serving as a lieutenant for the Podolsk traffic police force in the Moscow region, Kositsyn raped at least 27 women at knifepoint, perhaps as many as 39. The sentence he received upon conviction amounted to six months per rape. In utterly bizarre fashion, sentence was then reduced by one year under a deal with Kositsyn in which he agreed to be incarcerated in a maximum-security prison.
Mr. Kositsyn is, in other words, a paragon of his country. Which reminds us of “president” Dima Medvedev.