Pavel Dmitrichenko, the ballet dancer accused of organising an attack that nearly blinded the Russian Bolshoi Ballet's artistic director, has been convicted of the crime by a Russian court.
Mr Dmitrichenko was convicted alongside two co-defendants,
The dancer had claimed that he told an alleged accomplice to beat up the director but not to throw acid.
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