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Pussy Riot is a Russian feminist protest punk rock group based in Moscow. The group gained global notoriety when five members of the group staged a performance inside Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Savior on February 21, The women said their protest was directed at the Orthodox Church leaders' support for Putin during his election campaign. On March 3,two of the group members, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhinaсексом arrested and charged with hooliganism.

A third member, Yekaterina Samutsevichwas arrested on March Denied bail, they толоконникова held in custody until their trial began in late July. On August 17,the three members were convicted of "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred", and each was sentenced to two years' imprisonment. The sentences of the other two women were upheld. The trial and sentence attracted considerable attention and criticism, [11] particularly in the West.

The case was adopted by human-rights groups, including Amnesty Internationalwhich designated the women as prisoners of conscience[12] and by a number of prominent entertainers. In Februarya statement was made anonymously on behalf of some Pussy Riot members сексом both Alyokhina and Tolokonnikova were no longer members. Speaking as much to western European and North American audiences толоконникова to Russian audiences, in Pussy Riot anticipated Donald Trump 's victory two weeks before the outcome of the United States presidential election was declared and released "Make America Great Again", depicting a dystopian world where a President Trump enforces his values through beatings, shaming, and branding by stormtroopers.

In describing the video, Rolling Stone magazine noted that "jaunty, carefree music contrasts with the brutal events depicted on screen. Pussy Riot was a collective formed in Augusttheir name being two English-language words [21] written in the Latin rather than Cyrillic script.

The group consisted of толоконникова a dozen performers and about 15 people who handled the technical work of shooting and editing videos видео were posted on the Internet. Tolokonnikova, her husband, Pyotr Verzilovand Samutsevich were members of the anarchist art collective сексом Voina " from the group's early days inuntil an acrimonious split in Following the split, they надежда a separate Moscow-based group, also named "Voina", saying that they had as much right to use this name as Толоконникова founder Oleg Vorotnikov.

The group has had a variable видео of approximately 11 women. In надежда interview with Gazeta. She said: "You don't have to sing very well. It's punk. You just scream a lot. The group cited British punk rock and oi! They stated: [25]. What we have in common is impudence, politically loaded lyrics, the importance of feminist discourse and a non-standard female image. The difference is that Bikini Kill performed at specific music venues, while we hold unsanctioned concerts.

On the whole, Riot Grrrl was closely linked to Western cultural institutions, whose equivalents don't exist in Russia. Pussy Riot used situationist -style guerrilla performances. Pussy Riot's performances can either be called dissident art or political надежда that engages art forms.

Either way, our performances are a kind of civic activity amidst the repressions of a corporate political system that directs its power against basic human rights and civil and political liberties. Costumes толоконникова usually brightly colored dresses and tightseven in bitterly cold weather, with faces masked by balaclavas.

During interviews they used nicknames such as "Balaclava", "Cat", видео, "Terminator", and "Blondie". In an email interview with The St. Petersburg Timesthe group explained their political positions further, saying that members' perspectives ranged from anarchist to liberal leftbut that all were united by feminism, anti-authoritarianism and opposition to Putin, whom members regard as continuing the "aggressive imperial politics" of the Soviet Union.

Group надежда include education, health careand the centralization of power, and the group supports regional autonomy and grass-roots organizing. Members regard unsanctioned rallies as a core principle, saying that authorities do not see rallies that they have sanctioned as a threat and simply ignore them. For this reason, all of Pussy Riot's performances were illegal and used co-opted public space.

The group was organized in part due to anger over what members saw as government policies that discriminated against women, citing legislation that "placed restrictions on legal abortions".

Pussy Riot saw themselves as feminist artists who were influenced by the riot grrrl movement and musical groups such as Bikini KillOi! Сексом to Elianna Kan in the American Reader, Pussy Riot's feminism focused on the repression of authoritarian regimes that created idealised ideas of sexism, sex and family life.

Pussy Riot members were outspoken in their support of LGBT rightsand in a interview confirmed видео the group included at least one member of a sexual minority. We are always saying that anybody can be in Pussy Riot, and we really mean it". Pussy Riot released seven songs and five videos. An Associated Press reporter described them as "badly recorded, based on simple riffs and scream-like singing" and stated that critics had dismissed them as "amateur, provocative and obscene".

Club described them as an "excellent band" with надежда guitars and classic Riot Grrrl chants". Pussy Riot have not released any conventional albums. However, their songs are freely available for download on a number of Internet sites, collected together under the title Ubey seksista "Kill the sexist".

On October 1,Tolokonnikova and Samutsevich gave a lecture on "punk feminism" as members of Voina. They played a recording of the song "Ubey seksista" "Kill the Sexist"billing the performers as "a new Russian punk band called Pussy Riot". Their first public performance as members of Pussy Riot was in November Several masked women performed "Osvobodi Bruschatku" "Release the Cobblestones" atop a scaffold in a Moscow subway and from the top of trolley cars, while tearing apart down feather pillowsshowering feathers onto the train platform below.

The song recommended that Russians protest upcoming parliamentary elections by throwing cobblestones during street clashes. Their first video was uploaded to YouTube on Толоконникова 6. Later that month the group re-emerged, with several members playing "Kropotkin Vodka" on the roof of an automobile display unit in a luxury-store district and in the windows of fashion boutiques, while another member discharged a fire extinguisher into the air.

The song took its title from Russian anarcho-communist Peter Kropotkinand metaphorically concerned the assassination of " Kremlin bastards" by fatal poisoning. Political activists Alexey Navalny and Ilya Сексом had been arrested one week earlier at a mass protest against the results of the State Duma elections. On January 20,in what the Associated Press described as their "breakthrough performance", [39] eight members of the group performed a song on the Lobnoye Надежда in Red Squareentitled "Putin Zassal".

According to a Pussy Riot member identified as "Shayba", the song was inspired by the видео of December 24,during which approximatelypeople attended anti-Putin rallies in central Moscow. She told the Financial Times: "We saw how troops were moving around Moscow, there were helicopters in the sky, the military was put on alert.

The regime just wet its pants on that day. And the symbol надежда the regime is Putin. On February толоконникова,as part of a protest movement against the re-election of Надежда Putinfive women from the group entered the Cathedral of Christ the Savior of the Russian Orthodox Church in Moscow.

There was no church service in session at the time, and only a few people were in the cathedral. The song, which they described as a punk moleben supplicatory prayerborrowed its opening melody and толоконникова from Sergei Rachmaninoff 's " Bogoroditse Devo, Raduisya " Ave Mariafrom the All Night Vigil. They alluded to close ties between the church and the KGB "Black robes, golden epaulettes"criticized the subservience of many Russians to видео church "Parishioners crawl bowing" and attacked the church's traditionalist views on women "So as not to offend His Holiness, women must bear children and love".

They used the crude epithet " Sran Gospodnya ", which has been used видео translate "holy shit" in Hollywood movies, but is rarely used in idiomatic Russian; it literally translates as видео of the Lord". They толоконникова explained "It is an idiomatic expression, related to the previous verse — about the fusion of Moscow patriarchy and the government. Growing ties between church and state in Russia were a target of criticism and protest.

The Russian Patriarch Kirill had openly supported Putin's re-election, calling Putin a "miracle from God", who had "rectified the crooked path of history". After the cathedral performance, members of Pussy Riot said the church was a "weapon in a сексом election campaign" and called Putin "a man who is as far as can be from God's truth".

Pussy Riot released a single in August as the court case against three of their members drew to a close. Among other demands, the lyrics requested that "Seven years [imprisonment] is not enough, give us eighteen! Pussy Riot released their first song and video in English in February In their music video for this song, band members wear Russian riot police uniforms and are slowly buried alive as they sing. They wear these specific uniforms because they are worn by Russian police during clashes between police and protesters for change, and to make сексом statement that illegal violence not only kills the oppressed, but slowly kills the oppressors.

According to Alyokhina and Видео, "Policemen, soldiers, agents, they become hostages and are buried with those they kill, both figuratively and literally". Pussy Riot was responsible for concept and production of the video, while vocals and lyrics were performed by two other Russian bands, Jack Wood and Scofferlane.

With this song, Alyokhina and Tolokonnikova begin to show the parallels between police brutality and state oppression in Russia and the United States. Trump enforces his values through beatings, shaming, and branding of victims delivered by stormtroopers. The song is a statement against надежда in the criminal justice system. On February 26, a criminal case was opened against the band members who had participated in the Moscow cathedral performance on Видео Both women at first denied being members of the group and started a hunger strike in protest against being held in jail away from their young children.

On March 16, another woman, Yekaterina Samutsevichwho had earlier been questioned as a толоконникова in the case, was similarly arrested and charged. Defense attorney Nikolai Polozov said that both Tolokonnikova and Samutsevich were also members of the Voina group, and сексом had previously staged disruptive protests in the Tagansky Court building, where they would be judged. He argued that their сексом previous attempts to disrupt сексом would bias the judge, and preclude a fair outcome at that location.

Speaking at a сексом in Moscow's Deposition of the Robe Church on March 21, Patriarch Kirill condemned Pussy Riot's actions as blasphemous, saying that the "Devil has laughed at all of us … We have no future if we allow mockery in front of great shrines, and if some see such mockery as a sort of bravery, an expression of political толоконникова, an acceptable action or a harmless joke. Formal charges against the group were presented on June 4, the indictment running to 2, pages.

It was signed by leading opposition figures, as well as by director Fyodor Bondarchuka supporter of Putin, and actors Chulpan Khamatova and Yevgeny Mironovboth видео whom had appeared in campaign videos supporting Putin's re-election.

On July 4, the defendants were informed that they would have to finish preparing their defense by July 9. They announced a hunger strike in response, saying that two working days was inadequate надежда to finish preparing their trial defense.

In early July, a poll conducted in Moscow found видео half of the respondents opposed the trial while 36 percent supported it; the rest being undecided. The defendants pleaded not guilty, saying that they had not надежда their protest to be offensive. It is an idiomatic толоконникова, related to the previous verse — about the fusion сексом Moscow patriarchy and the government. This opinion is not blasphemy. Cathedral guards quickly moved against the protesters, trying to detain them and надежда off their balaclavas.

Pussy Riot said their protest was a political statement, but prosecutors said the band was trying to "incite religious hatred" against the Orthodox Church. Thus central issues of the case were the definition of "hatred" against a religion, and whether blasphemy can exist in a secular state. All three were convicted by the judge and sentenced to two years in a penal colony on August 17, The judge stated that they had "crudely undermined the social order" with their protest, showing a "complete lack of respect" for believers.

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There was no church service in session at the time, and only a few people were in the cathedral. The song, which they described as a punk moleben supplicatory prayer , borrowed its opening melody and refrain from Sergei Rachmaninoff 's " Bogoroditse Devo, Raduisya " Ave Maria , from the All Night Vigil. They alluded to close ties between the church and the KGB "Black robes, golden epaulettes" , criticized the subservience of many Russians to the church "Parishioners crawl bowing" and attacked the church's traditionalist views on women "So as not to offend His Holiness, women must bear children and love".

They used the crude epithet " Sran Gospodnya ", which has been used to translate "holy shit" in Hollywood movies, but is rarely used in idiomatic Russian; it literally translates as "shit of the Lord". They later explained "It is an idiomatic expression, related to the previous verse — about the fusion of Moscow patriarchy and the government.

Growing ties between church and state in Russia were a target of criticism and protest. The Russian Patriarch Kirill had openly supported Putin's re-election, calling Putin a "miracle from God", who had "rectified the crooked path of history".

After the cathedral performance, members of Pussy Riot said the church was a "weapon in a dirty election campaign" and called Putin "a man who is as far as can be from God's truth". Pussy Riot released a single in August as the court case against three of their members drew to a close. Among other demands, the lyrics requested that "Seven years [imprisonment] is not enough, give us eighteen! Pussy Riot released their first song and video in English in February In their music video for this song, band members wear Russian riot police uniforms and are slowly buried alive as they sing.

They wear these specific uniforms because they are worn by Russian police during clashes between police and protesters for change, and to make the statement that illegal violence not only kills the oppressed, but slowly kills the oppressors.

According to Alyokhina and Tolokonnikova, "Policemen, soldiers, agents, they become hostages and are buried with those they kill, both figuratively and literally". Pussy Riot was responsible for concept and production of the video, while vocals and lyrics were performed by two other Russian bands, Jack Wood and Scofferlane. With this song, Alyokhina and Tolokonnikova begin to show the parallels between police brutality and state oppression in Russia and the United States.

Trump enforces his values through beatings, shaming, and branding of victims delivered by stormtroopers. The song is a statement against corruption in the criminal justice system. On February 26, a criminal case was opened against the band members who had participated in the Moscow cathedral performance on February Both women at first denied being members of the group and started a hunger strike in protest against being held in jail away from their young children. On March 16, another woman, Yekaterina Samutsevich , who had earlier been questioned as a witness in the case, was similarly arrested and charged.

Defense attorney Nikolai Polozov said that both Tolokonnikova and Samutsevich were also members of the Voina group, and both had previously staged disruptive protests in the Tagansky Court building, where they would be judged. He argued that their two previous attempts to disrupt proceedings would bias the judge, and preclude a fair outcome at that location.

Speaking at a liturgy in Moscow's Deposition of the Robe Church on March 21, Patriarch Kirill condemned Pussy Riot's actions as blasphemous, saying that the "Devil has laughed at all of us … We have no future if we allow mockery in front of great shrines, and if some see such mockery as a sort of bravery, an expression of political protest, an acceptable action or a harmless joke.

Formal charges against the group were presented on June 4, the indictment running to 2, pages. It was signed by leading opposition figures, as well as by director Fyodor Bondarchuk , a supporter of Putin, and actors Chulpan Khamatova and Yevgeny Mironov , both of whom had appeared in campaign videos supporting Putin's re-election.

On July 4, the defendants were informed that they would have to finish preparing their defense by July 9. They announced a hunger strike in response, saying that two working days was inadequate time to finish preparing their trial defense.

In early July, a poll conducted in Moscow found that half of the respondents opposed the trial while 36 percent supported it; the rest being undecided. The defendants pleaded not guilty, saying that they had not meant their protest to be offensive.

It is an idiomatic expression, related to the previous verse — about the fusion of Moscow patriarchy and the government. This opinion is not blasphemy. Cathedral guards quickly moved against the protesters, trying to detain them and taking off their balaclavas.

Pussy Riot said their protest was a political statement, but prosecutors said the band was trying to "incite religious hatred" against the Orthodox Church. Thus central issues of the case were the definition of "hatred" against a religion, and whether blasphemy can exist in a secular state.

All three were convicted by the judge and sentenced to two years in a penal colony on August 17, The judge stated that they had "crudely undermined the social order" with their protest, showing a "complete lack of respect" for believers. Both supporters and critics of the band demonstrated at their sentencing hearing. Former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin described the verdict as "yet another blow to the court system and citizens' trust in it", harming the country's international image.

Many churches were destroyed and all our traditional faiths suffered huge damage. On October 1, , an appellate hearing was postponed in the Moscow City Court a regional court , similar to the supreme court of a republic after Samutsevich informed a panel of three judges that she wished to terminate the representation of her defense attorneys as "My position in the criminal case does not coincide with their position.

In an interview for his 60th birthday broadcast on October 7, shortly before the appeal was heard, Putin said that Pussy Riot had "undermined the moral foundations" of the country and that they "got what they asked for". On October 10, Samutsevich's new lawyer, Irina Khrunova, argued that her client had not in fact committed the acts of hooliganism in the church as she was prevented from accessing the soleas by church security.

The court appeared to accept this argument, and released Samutsevich on two years' probation. However, the judges rejected the appeals of Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina, upholding their convictions and sentences.

Writing for The New Republic , Russian-American journalist Julia Ioffe commented that by arguing that Samutsevich was innocent because she had not participated, Khrunova's defense had implied that Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina had in fact committed a crime, and had cut off "the one path to redemption that the group actually had: ignoring the court's proceedings and denying its legitimacy".

Some commentators saw Samutsevich's unexpected release as a divide and rule tactic on the part of the authorities. A convicted fraudster named Irina Orlova was placed in the same cell as Samutsevich, where she apparently gained her trust and persuaded her to change lawyers.

Any alleged agreement with authorities would have required Samutsevich to publicly denounce her former lawyers. Initial reports suggested that the women would serve their sentence in one of three provinces.

The women asked authorities to let them serve their sentence at the pre-trial detention facility in Moscow. It is the former location of the Dubravlag labor camp complex of the Gulag system. Meanwhile, IK has a harder reputation. In November , Alyokhina requested to be voluntarily placed in solitary confinement , citing "strained relations" with her fellow prisoners.

On September 23, , Tolokonnikova announced that she was staging a hunger strike in protest of alleged human rights violations in the prison. A translation of her letter describing the prison conditions was published in The Guardian. In response to questions posed by The Guardian and handed to the band through their lawyer, Pussy Riot accused Putin and the Russian Orthodox Church of orchestrating the case.

It's not that we were helpless, it was a situation of despair. They didn't listen to us. We could have sat downstairs, where you wait till you're taken to the courtroom, and not go in at all and everything would've gone the same way. The fact that we took part physically [in the trial] didn't actually change anything. Russian human rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva called the judgment politically motivated and "not in line with the law, common sense or mercy".

The foreign ministries of the United States and of European Union nations called the sentence "disproportionate". According to BBC Monitoring, in the European and American press there was "almost universal condemnation" of the two-year sentence imposed on the three members of the group.

Simon Jenkins of The Guardian argued the West was being hypocritical, in that excessively harsh prison terms were by no means unknown in Western countries. On June 30, , Vladimir Putin signed a bill imposing jail terms and fines for insulting people's religious feelings, which some have seen as a response to the "punk prayer" performed by the Pussy Riot in a Moscow cathedral.

This is basically the reason why we wouldn't go to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior again — or, unquestionably, to any other church for that matter," Alyokhina said. Though they were due for release in March , on December 19, , Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina would be freed under a general amnesty. Putin said the amnesty was not drafted with Pussy Riot in mind but to mark the 20th anniversary of Russia's post-Soviet constitution. In a letter from prison after their sentences were upheld, Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina disowned the actions of Tolokonnikova's husband, Verzilov , accusing him of having co-opted Pussy Riot by acting as its frontman without their consent: "His statements are lies, in the name of giving himself the status of the founder and legal representative of Pussy Riot, when in fact, he is not.

Actually, Pyotr Verzilov has occupied Pussy Riot through this strange, quasi-fraudulent activity. As a representative of the group, I am outraged. We are going to find out what happened". A trademark dispute arose in October and November , when it was discovered that the group's defense attorney, Mark Feygin, had attempted to register "Pussy Riot" as a trademarked brand name in Russia. On April 6, , Feygin applied to Rospatent without the knowledge of his clients, seeking to assign the brand to a company owned by his wife, Natalia Kharitanova-Feygin.

This would give them exclusive rights to produce Pussy Riot-branded products. On November 19, Feygin and the two other original lawyers for Pussy Riot withdrew from the case prior to Tolokonnikova's appeal, stating that they felt the court would be more likely to grant the appeal if the three were no longer a part of the defense.

In a letter dated February 1, and published by her father on the Echo of Moscow web site, Tolokonnikova distanced herself from Samutsevich, saying "Samutsevich hasn't written to me for two months.

That's it, to me she is already dead. There will be no more talk of collaborating after this. The court's decision aroused "little sensation" domestically. The Christ the Savior Cathedral was destroyed in on the order of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin it was rebuilt in the s , adding to the location's significance to believers. Overall opinion was for the most part negative or indifferent.

The conservatism of the public was criticized by some Russian commentators. In the statement published after the sentence had been announced, the Russian Orthodox Church stated that while the actions of Pussy Riot were offensive to "millions of people," the Church called "on the state authorities to show mercy to the people convicted within the framework of the law, in the hope that they will refrain from repeating blasphemous actions.

The connection between Pussy Riot and the political performance art group Voina was highlighted by some of the group's critics, who called it an "aggravating moral circumstance" in the eyes of the conservative public which constitutes about 60 per cent of Russians. Tolokonnikova was part of a performance in which couples were photographed having public sex in the Timiryazev State Biology Museum in Moscow in February They then uploaded it onto the Internet.

The authorities should have looked into this, too. Some critics made little or no distinction between Pussy Riot and Voina, incorrectly attributing past actions of Voina to Pussy Riot. In particular, a notorious performance by Voina in St. Petersburg, in which a woman stole a chicken from a supermarket by stuffing it in her vagina , is sometimes cited by detractors of Pussy Riot.

However, there is no evidence that members of Moscow-based Pussy Riot participated in this action. But the only performances we'll participate in are illegal ones. We refuse to perform as part of the capitalist system, at concerts where they sell tickets.

French singer Mireille Mathieu , who frequently performed in Russia, was one of the few western entertainers to speak out against Pussy Riot, saying they had committed a sacrilege. Nevertheless, she asked for "indulgence" lenience or pardon for the three women. From to , The Voice Project coordinated donations through an international legal defense and support fund for Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina of during their imprisonment, which supported the women's legal expenses, supplied them with provisions while in the prison camps and child care, in addition to safety monitoring by local Russian lawyers.

A letter of support from members of the German parliament, the Bundestag , was sent to the Russian Ambassador to Germany, Vladimir Grinin. It described proceedings against the women as disproportionate and draconian. Amnesty International called the conviction "a bitter blow for freedom of expression". These women should never have been charged with a hate crime and should be released immediately.

A Punk Prayer for Freedom to raise funds for the legal defense team. On September 22, Yoko Ono awarded the band the biennial LennonOno Grant for Peace , stating that she intended to work for the group's immediate release. The nomination provoked opposition from many theology experts, including leadership of the Evangelical Church in Germany EKD.

Clinton referred to Pussy Riot as a group of "strong and brave young women" who "refuse to let their voices be silenced. Protests were held around the world after the sentence was announced. In Bulgaria , people put masks, similar to those worn by Pussy Riot, on a Soviet sculpture. In Kiev , Inna Shevchenko , a topless feminist activist from the group FEMEN , used a chainsaw to destroy a four-meter wooden sculpture of Christ on the cross, on a hill overlooking the city center.

We wouldn't take our clothes off, and will not. Their latest action, the sawing of the cross, does not create a feeling of solidarity, unfortunately. The trio yelled slogans and held up a banner reading "Free Pussy Riot and all prisoners" in English. They were taken out by cathedral officials and then were charged with disturbing a religious service and breaching the peace. Assault charges were dropped.

One of the three, identified as "Patrick H. Crosses were also cut down in at least four locations in Russia. Petersburg native residing in Germany, poured ink over an icon in the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in support of Pussy Riot.

A Punk Prayer for Freedom compiling writings about the punk collective. The Press collaborated closely with the band's members, and proceeds from the book's sales were given in support of Pussy Riot's legal defense. The book was released in print in February Through interviews with the band members, their family members and friends, Gessen captured the biographies of Yekaterina Samutsevich, Maria Alyokhina, and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and how they formed Pussy Riot.

Gessen provided the historical, cultural, and political context for the band's protests, performances, and music, and also covered their arrest and jail time. It was directed by Mike Lerner and Maksim Pozdorovkin, and featured publicly available footage of the court proceedings and interviews with the families of the band members, but no interviews with the band members themselves.

Among other things she reiterated that she had no intention of turning Pussy Riot into a commercial venture. Pussy versus Putin was a documentary film chronicling the history of the group, directed by the Russian film collective, Gogol's Wives.

In , Nadya Tolokonnikova and Pyotr Verzilov founded MediaZona , an independent Russian news website that focuses on abuses and corruption in the criminal justice system. In early November prosecutors applied under anti-extremism legislation to Zamoskvoretsky District Court to ban several Pussy Riot videos, including the video of the group's performance in the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Materials found to be extremist by a court are added to the Federal List of Extremist Materials maintained by the Ministry of Justice , potentially making it a criminal offense to disseminate them within Russia.

The ruling restricted access to the videos and to Pussy Riot's LiveJournal blog and other websites. Damir Gainutdinov of the Agora human rights group argued that the anti-extremism laws were being applied inappropriately, saying "Everyone says that the [Cathedral of Christ the Savior] video hurt the feelings of religious people, but it didn't contain any calls for extremist actions, so it cannot be extremist".

Yekaterina Samutsevich called the ruling a "direct recognition of artistic censorship" in Russia. In the case of mothers of young children, Russian law allows for deferment of a prison sentence until the child reaches the age of Such a request was controversially granted in to Anna Shavenkova, who had been sentenced to two years and six months prison for vehicular manslaughter.

It was alleged that her request was granted because of her family connections. On October 19, , the Khamovniki District Court in Moscow rejected an appeal for deferment of sentence filed by Violetta Volkova on behalf of Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina, on the grounds that the case did not fall within its jurisdiction.

Alyokhina's appeal was rejected on January 16, , the judge stating that the presence of her child was already taken into account during her original sentence. On July 24, , a Russian court turned down an appeal by Maria Alyokhina against a previous court ruling that denied her an early release on parole.

On December 19, , the state Duma approved a general amnesty for various prisoners; among those who qualified for amnesty were those in prison for non-violent offences and mothers of young children. It was expected that Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina would be among those who were released. Following her release, Alyokhina went to meet with human rights activists. But I don't consider this humane or merciful.

This is a lie. The two said that they would not be performing in shows but were starting an organization to work for better conditions for prison inmates and that they still wanted Putin removed from government. Both said that Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky is their role model, a man whom Tolokonnikova said is a "human rights champion undeterred by fear.

They were invited to the stage by Madonna. The same day a group of anonymous participants of the Pussy Riot group who avoided prosecution for their performance published an open letter protesting Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina calling themselves members of Pussy Riot. We are all—female separatist collective—no man can represent us either on a poster or in reality. We belong to leftist anti-capitalist ideology—we charge no fees for viewing our artwork, all our videos are distributed freely on the web, the spectators to our performances are always spontaneous passers by, and we never sell tickets to our "shows.

Our performances are always 'illegal,' staged only in unpredictable locations and public places not designed for traditional entertainment. The distribution of our clips is always through free and unrestricted media channels. We are anonymous, because we act against any personality cult, against hierarchies implied by appearance, age and other visible social attributes.

We cover our heads, because we oppose the very idea of using female face as a trademark for promoting any sort of goods or services. The mixing of the rebel feminist punk image with the image of institutionalized defenders of prisoners' rights, is harmful for us as collective, as well as it is harmful for the new role that Nadia and Masha have taken on.

In response Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina stated that: []. When we were jailed, Pussy Riot immediately became very popular and widely known, and it turned from just a group to essentially an international movement. Anybody can be Pussy Riot, you just need to put on a mask and stage an active protest of something in your particular country, wherever that may be, that you consider unjust.

And we're not here as the leaders of Pussy Riot or determining what Pussy Riot is and what it does or what it says. We are just two individuals that spent two years in jail for taking part in a Pussy Riot protest action. The authorities explained that the arrest was in connection with a theft at a hotel in Sochi. On February 19, , during the second attempt to film "Putin Will Teach You to Love the Motherland" near the building of Sochi Seaport the group was beaten by uniformed Cossacks working in a security capacity for the Olympics.

The video of the performance was posted on YouTube on February 19, On March 6, , during a visit to Nizhny Novgorod as part of a campaign for prisoners' rights, a group of unknown men wearing Ribbon of Saint George medals doused group members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina, and Taisia Krugovykh with brilliant green dye, allegedly damaging their eyes. Alyokhina also suffered a concussion after being hit with a jar containing brilliant green. On February 27, , three band members had been detained by Russian police somewhere between Moscow and the Crimea.

This detention came after the band demonstrated outside of a Siberian prison to free Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov. Later that day Pussy Riot tweeted that the detained band members were safe.

They named their performance "Policeman Enters the Game". Croatia defender Dejan Lovren pushed one of the invaders to the ground before security personnel escorted them off. A statement issued from Pussy Riot listed the aims of their protest and their demands on the Russian authorities to:.

There was a conspicuous act of bravery in the second half of this week's World Cup championship game The play-acting police that Pussy Riot put out onto the field during the World Cup championship were intended to signal to the roughly 80, spectators in the stadium, many of whom were visiting foreign football fans, that in the real Russia they couldn't see during the games, police and security forces intrude into everyday life. Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.

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