02/13/2013 09:19 am ET

Russia's Lawless Art Collective Voina Wages Legal Warfare On Own Documentarian

If anyone would want to steer clear of the Russian legal system you'd think it would be the anarchist art collective Voina, whose members are routinely jailed for provocations like painting a 210-foot penis on a St. Petersburg drawbridge and overturning police cars. Voina (translating to "war" in English) openly rejects the rule of law, yet they have recently taken to the Moscow courts to sue filmmaker Andrey Gryazev for his 2012 documentary about the group, "Tomorrow."

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