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Topic - Natalya Vasilyeva
Ms. Vasilyeva, who said in the interview that she expected to be fired, could not be reached.
The judge's assistant, Natalya Vasilyeva, who is also the spokeswoman for the court, said the verdict was imposed upon the judge when it became clear that his own ruling would not please the top Russian officials behind the politically driven case.