This Film Was Broadcast by the Main Tv Channels of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Russian Deputy Yuli Rybakov Brought a Hundred Copies to St. Petersburg, but the Copies Were Confiscated at Customs in Violation of His Parliamentary Immunity. No Tv Station in Russia Was Able to Show the Film. Tens of Thousands of Copies Were Sold in Russia in 2002. Sergei Yushenkov Presented the Film at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in 2002, Decrying Lack of Civilian Control Over the Russian Armed Forces Including the Secret Services. A Staffer in Senate Foreign Relations Committee Said, "We Just Cannot Go Out and Say That the President of Russia Is a Mass Murderer. But It Is Important That We Know It."
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