Life has changed dramatically for the two former members of the Russian punk-protest outfit, moving from prison bars to life as bona fide celebrities.
Yes, it seems Vladimir Putin allowed them to stay up all night to get lucky.
Members of the Russian punk rock outfit Pussy Riot, jailed last year after a protest performance inside Moscow’s main cathedral, seem to be on the verge of release three months early under a new amnesty clause.
Bassist Jared Hennegan and singer James Moyer Franks from the American band–known for their 1999 song “Bad Touch”–are accused of “inciting hatred and enmity.”
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Yesterday we introduced you to Pussy Riot, the feminist punk band from Russia that’s made international headlines with a controversial court case. Three members of the radical collective were jailed without bail in March on […]