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Russia's daily newspaper Izvestia has published a fake letter, supposedly sent by Special Envoy of the U.S. State Department for the human rights of LGBTI persons Randy Berry to founder of the Moscow gay rights movement Nikolay Alekseyev.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Gazeta.ru, the U.S. Embassy in Russia has published in its official Twitter a scanned letter, allegedly sent by Special Envoy of the U.S. State Department for the human rights of LGBTI persons Randy Berry to founder of the Moscow gay rights movement Nikolay Alekseyev, which was mentioned by Izvestia in its article about discrediting Russian politicians by LGBTI activists. The embassy's version of the letter contains the corrections of grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors.

"Dear Izvestia, send us all your fake letters - we will be pleased to help correct errors. Sincerely, Department of State," the embassy staff wrote in Russian.

The letter, in particular, did not specify the recipient's address, contained mistakes in the name of the sending authority, and a number of gross errors in the text.

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