A few days ago, a well known Russian politician Boris Nemtsov was assassinated <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Boris_Nemtsov> near the Kremlin. This murder had a huge political resonance, and conspiracy theories flourished. Yet, one of the theories was due to Wikipedia's representation of time - anonymous users see change history in UTC. This confusion was so big, that several major publications, including Moskovkij Komsomolets <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moskovskij_Komsomolets>, published articles <http://www.mk.ru/politics/2015/02/28/vikipediya-zaranee-otchitalas-ob-ubiystve-nemcova-zapis-poyavilas-v-2140.html> (in Russian) claiming that the wiki page proclaimed him dead before the assassination. The MK article was later updated with the explanation, but the damage has been done: a number of threats were made against the editors.