'Jesus of Siberia'
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'Jesus of Siberia'

Former Soviet and Siberian traffic cop Sergei Torop, 46, says that he is Jesus Christ. Torop, a.k.a. Vissarion, has a religious following of over 5,000 people in southern Siberia. Video by Kevin Sullivan/The Washington PostJonathan Forsythe/washingtonpost.com

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