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Pussy Riot Members Turn Focus to ‘Zone of Law’ Human Rights Organization

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The members of Pussy Riot are free and the group is experiencing more recognition than they had before they were jailed, so what will they do with that platform? According to Rolling Stone, members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina stated in a Friday press conference that they're planning on putting their support behind a new human rights organization.

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Pussy Riot Members Released From Prison

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The members of the Russian band Pussy Riot are now free ahead of schedule. Nadya Tolokonnikova and Maria Alekhina have been released from jail three months before their sentence was initially set to end.

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Russia’s Pussy Riot Thank Green Day + Red Hot Chili Peppers in New Protest Video

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Russian punk rock collective Pussy Riot have fired back at Russian President Vladimir Putin and the two-year prison sentence handed down to three Pussy Riot members in a new video message. The international music community has shown tremendous support for Pussy Riot, and the band has created a video of the masked female musicians thanking bands such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Green Day, while burning a photo of Russia's President Putin.

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Two Pussy Riot Members Flee Russia to Avoid Prosecution + Weigh Legal Options

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Russian punk band Pussy Riot may have outspoken opinions on things, but unfortunately they don't live in a country where they can speak their minds openly without threat of prosecution. Luckily for two members of the trio, they have fled the country to avoid further legal action.

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Members of Russian Punk Band Pussy Riot Receive Two-Year Prison Sentence for ‘Hooliganism’

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Having spent the last five months detained in Russia, the verdict for three members of the feminist punk rock band Pussy Riot was delivered today (Aug. 17). The women, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 23, Maria Alekhina, 24 and Yekaterina Samutsevich, 29, have been sentenced to two years in Russian prison for their alleged crime of “hooliganism.”

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