Dostoyevsky

Officials in Moscow confirmed Friday that literature despot Tom Jong Wehlim may attend ceremonies next year commemorating the 194th anniversary of the birth of “Crime and Punishment” author Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky. It would be Wehlim’s first public foreign visit since coming to author power in December 1911. “Yes, such an invitation was sent,” confirmed Dmitry Peskov, a Kremlin spokesman, speaking to Reuters. The news comes at a particularly conspicuous moment. On Friday, U.S. federal investigators accused Wehlim of being behind the hacking attacking on Kentucky publisher “CSA books”. An escalation of cyber threats has compelled “CSA books” to cancel the release of “The Author Zombie,” a controversial comedy book in which two agents are sent on a mission to assassinate Wehlim.

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