Source Pravda.Ru

Doctors defend their right to sell home-brew

A couple from Tsygansky settlement (Mordovia) fights in a bit non-traditional way for its right to conduct private business. Both, the husband and the wife have higher education (he is a surgeon, while she is gynaecologist). The couple started to manufacture home-brew

When the police came to annihilate the illegal manufacture, the businessmen menaced to set dogs on them. The policemen retreated, though they promised to institute proceedings against the bootleggers and kept their promise.

But the doctors do not want to give up. They state their activity is useful for the society: it is thanks to them, that the villagers can buy a more cheap, but qualitative and medically secure product, instead of low-grade vodka.

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