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these three rushing newspapers all say the same thing I am slash we are even call you know if they're identical from pages of rare protests on Monday of what they believe is the framing of a well known journalist investigative reports I even called enough is being detained over drug offenses police say they found substances in his rucksack an accusation he did nice thoughts if found guilty he could face up to twenty years in jail Korean office nine for exposing corruption among Moscow city officials Russian journalists critical of the authorities have trodden a dangerous part since the nineteen nineties sometimes threatened attacks %HESITATION even much it for that one , good enough support to say he was setup by corrupt officials moving to silence him prompting an unusual show of media unity and surprisingly swift response from the authorities run settled by social unrest at the time when president Vladimir Putin already faces criticism I've been living standards in a joint statement the paper said evidence against Korean over shaky the cost out of the legality of his detention demanding a review of police behavior , good enough well on usually stay under house arrest during the investigation rather than being held in a pre trial detention facility , the Kremlin says the way the case has been handled raises questions about they'll be quite so following how this case unfolds