A Russian Orthodox cross marks the spot, July 21, 2009 where Andrei Nikolayev, a priest, and his family burned to death in December 2006 in Dalekushi, Russia. (Tom Lasseter/MCT)
A Russian Orthodox cross marks the spot, July 21, 2009 where Andrei Nikolayev, a priest, and his family burned to death in December 2006 in Dalekushi, Russia. (Tom Lasseter/MCT) MCT
A Russian Orthodox cross marks the spot, July 21, 2009 where Andrei Nikolayev, a priest, and his family burned to death in December 2006 in Dalekushi, Russia. (Tom Lasseter/MCT) MCT

Russian priest, family, burned alive; officials blame victims

August 05, 2009 12:10 AM

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