Yes, node comparison was the first thing I checked. I figured since the original vectors are in the pdf file, one could compare the nodes themselves if there were any doubt.
I have added a node data comparison to the file for ease of viewing however:


On Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 2:19 PM, Tobias Ellinghaus <houz@...173...> wrote:
Am Mittwoch, 23. September 2015, 13:58:45 schrieb C R:
> Unless the original creator of the font specifically made it an open
> license, this is a stolen font.
> Adding/changing a few glyphs to a proprietary font and re-posting it as
> creative commons, does not make it creative commons.
> I have done a comparison of the glyphs in the original Pushkin font
> (Copyright [c] A.S.Puskin & ParaType, 1999)
> and the "newPushkin" font downloaded from that page.
> View the results here:
> ined.pdf

Did you actually compare the nodes of the individual glyphs? While I don't
think that it's the case here it would still be possible that the original
font was redrawn with the same look, however AFAIK only the actual vector
information of a font is copyrighted, not the look.

> Someone has egregiously ripped-off this font, even going as far as to
> remove the author's signature glyph from the original.

This is a claim not being proven by your visual comparison. So better back it
with data.

> It should be taken down immediately from all Libre projects.
> -C


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