Russian “People’s Court” TV show

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Sometimes I keep the TV on in the room while I’m dressing after a shower or when I’m writing on my computer.  Twice in the morning, I’ve caught an episode of the Russian version of the “People’s Court.”  There were some significant differences though; Rusty the Bailiff is a young attractive Russian woman, it is criminal rather than civil court, the defendant is behind bars, and the added security guard holds a sub-machine gun.  I enjoyed watching it even though I could only (maybe) understand about 10% of the dialogue.





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