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When a smirking Vladimir Putin told journalists shortly before his return to the presidency in May that he would "certainly tighten the screws" on Russia's protest leaders, no one in the opposition was entirely sure how serious the former KGB officer was.
The former commander of the Army's 173rd Airborne Brigade was fined $300,000 and issued a formal reprimand Thursday, after a court-martial convicted him of multiple counts of fraud, conduct unbecoming of an officer, bigamy and other charges related to a long-term extramarital affair he had with a woman he met in Iraq.