Reaction to 'Anti-gay' murder in Russia

Vlod Tornovy, was sexually assaulted and murdered in Volgograd in Southern Russia for supposedly being gay. The brutality of the attack has shocked many people, and prompted Anton Krasovsky, a prominent Russian journalist and TV presenter to publically ‘come out’ as being gay himself as a gesture of courage.
Today at 10:30 GMT we will from Anton about the incident, and his decision to go public. We will also be hearing from Vitaly V. Milonov, who was instrumental in drafting some of Russia’s ‘anti-gay’ laws.
If you have a question for either of our guests, please post them below and don’t forget to tell us where in the World you are from.

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