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First week of the Crying Meri book campaign

One week has passed since we launched #supportCryingMeri campaign and now we have 85 backers and $US 5765, which means 31% of the book is already funded!
Dear friends and colleagues, thank you again for supporting Crying Meri, all together we could make to get the this book published.
The best way to support the book is preorder it, so you not only “donate” money, but buy the actual copy of the book and get a free iPad edition as a bonus. But of course there are more options.
Check Crying Meri campaign page on Kickstarter and don’t miss the opportunity to have your name mentioned in the book!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2066133663/crying-meri-by-vlad-sokhin-a-photo-book

Richard (45) shows the disfigured ear of his wife Agita (32) in the Morobe block of Port Moresby. In December 2010 after coming home drunk, Richard took a bush-knife and cut off half of Agita’s left ear. He spent one night in the police station and was released the next morning due to "insufficient evidence" to initiate criminal proceedings. Agita’s relatives did not allow her to leave Richard, having received 500 kina ($240) compensation from him for the “potential damage” caused.

Richard (45) shows the disfigured ear of his wife Agita (32) in the Morobe block of Port Moresby. In December 2010 after coming home drunk, Richard took a bush-knife and cut off half of Agita’s left ear. He spent one night in the police station and was released the next morning due to “insufficient evidence” to initiate criminal proceedings. Agita’s relatives did not allow her to leave Richard, having received 500 kina ($240) compensation from him for the “potential damage” caused.

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