The Great Terror (Cont'd)

June 1978
National Review;6/9/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 23, p696
The article reports on the case filed against Yuri Orlov by the Soviet judiciary for the anti-Soviet activity of monitoring Soviet compliance with the Helsinki accords. Orlov has been sentenced to the maximum seven years in a labor camp. His defense, Yevgeni Shalman, was court appointed. The United States house voted unanimously for the release of Orlov and others like him.


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