So in the spirit of free speech in blogging I suggest that we dedicate today's word game to the Russian Police and our fellow blogger Savva Terentiev. Since they can't arrest us Complete the following news article with something funny that should be done to the Russian police since they obviously don't like Savva's ideas: (Let's try and keep them funny)
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian man who described local police as "scum" in an Internet posting was given a suspended jail sentence on Monday for extremism, prompting bloggers to warn of a crackdown on free speech online.
Savva Terentiev, a 28-year-old musician from Syktyvkar, north of Moscow, wrote in a blog last year that the police force should be cleaned up by ceremonially burning officers twice a day in a town square.
Convicted on charges of "inciting hatred or enmity", Terentiev was given a one-year suspended term on Monday, Russian news agencies reported.
Free speech campaigners said the ruling could create a dangerous precedent for free speech on the Internet, a vibrant forum for political debate in a country where the mainstream traditional media is deferential to authority.
"This was an absolutely unjustified verdict," Alexander Verkhovsky, director of the SOVA centre in Moscow, a non-governmental group that monitors extremism, told Reuters. "Savva for sure wrote a rude comment ... but this verdict means it will be impossible to make rude comments about anybody."
Instead we suggest that the Russian police should be _________________.
Answer as often as you like in the form of a comment and the one that makes me laugh the most wins a peach tomorrow morning.