Estonia hires Pussy Riot's lawyers to defend abducted Security Police officer

Estonia decided to hire lawyers Mark Feigin and Nikolai Polozov, who have defended members of the controversial Russian punk band Pussy Riot, to represent Estonian Security Police (KaPo) official Eston Kohver, who is claimed to have been abducted on Friday on the Estonian territory and taken to Moscow, Public Broadcasting reports.
Eston Kohver with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves
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