Pussy Riot Member Moved to New Prison

Husband has not heard from her in days

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Ivan Sekretarev / AP

In this Thursday, April 19, 2012 photo, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, a member of the female punk rocker band Pussy Riot stands in a defendants cage prior to a court hearing in Moscow, Russia.

News that Nadezhda Tolokonnikova of the Russian female punk rock band Pussy Riot has been sent to a new prison comes just after her husband said he had not heard from his wife in days.

Tolokonnikova’s family was told they would know her new location within 10 days of the arrival, according to Interfax news agency.

Tolokonnikova went on a hunger strike in September in protest of prison conditions, and was hospitalized.

[AP]

19 comments
Profess
Profess

Why can not I see my comment ?

tsar_simply_tsar
tsar_simply_tsar

Hysteric women who think only of itself.Hysteric women who create more problems, than solve.

fchinikailo
fchinikailo

They should put them as far as nobody find them , so the others would not want to do something similar.

alurlyrx
alurlyrx

Where is amnesty international? Anyone who thinks Russia and China are harmless should know that dissidents are treated harshly. If you speak out, you lose your freedom. It could be worse. If you speak out in Iran, the government will not only jail you, it will take your entire family. We need to guard our freedom in the United States. It's not a given. 

DabblerWilliamBEarnedheartJr.
DabblerWilliamBEarnedheartJr.

people are jailed every day in the US because of their views. We just don't hear about them. Most are taken to Mental Hospitals. Time wants us to think they are somehow Martyrs for the upcoming Olympics and nothing could be further from the truth. Maladaptive behavior is not martyrdom and should be treated with anti psychotic medication 

Vyacheslav
Vyacheslav

@alurlyrx what kind of freedom are you talking? your country is rotten spy long as democracy in general :)

DabblerWilliamBEarnedheartJr.
DabblerWilliamBEarnedheartJr.

@alurlyrx  Its just maladaptive people who need to be regulated on some sort of medication.  They are a danger to themselves  and others. I look forward to this bill coming to fruition in the US so maybe some of the Maladaptive nonsense will crawl  into the gutter where they came from  

September 19, 2013 (Heritage) - Bipartisan legislation was introduced today in the House of Representatives that would prevent the federal government from discriminating against citizens and organizations who believe that marriage is the union of a man and a woman.

The Marriage and Religious Freedom Act (H.R. 3133) was introduced by Representative Raul Labrador (R–ID) and over 60 other original co-sponsors from both political parties.

The bill is an important step for conscience protection. Government policy should respect those who stand for marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Even in jurisdictions that have redefined marriage, those who believe marriage is the union of one man and one woman should be free to live in accord with their moral and religious convictions.

alurlyrx
alurlyrx

@DabblerWilliamBEarnedheartJr.  So if people are jailed every day because of their views, then it would be easy to at least give 10 examples. I bet you don't have one. Geezus, get a life. I am scared of paranoid people like you. You need to seek professional counseling.

Profess
Profess

Adding comments is not working ?

tailhunter10
tailhunter10

@Vyacheslav @alurlyrx 

  Says the man from one of the most oppressive governments around.  Hey,  you guys have a museum dedicated to the soldiers who died during WW2, in Poland, after they killed 100's innocent Poles?

alurlyrx
alurlyrx

@DabblerWilliamBEarnedheartJr. @alurlyrx  Tell me how someone on your street or next door neighbor who gets married affects your life or your rights? Two people who get married have no affect on your rights whether they are straight or gay. Mind your own business. If you have superior beliefs, then hold on to them, but don't force them on others unless your rights are violated.

alurlyrx
alurlyrx

@Vyacheslav @alurlyrx  The United States owns up to it's past. No country beats itself more than we do. Humans aren't perfect, but at least in the United States there is debate without worrying that you'll be put in jail. We shouldn't pit ourselves against each other. Everyone wants to live a happy life. 

Vyacheslav
Vyacheslav

@alurlyrx  Tell me, how many innocent people were killed, with your help in Vietnam?. Do not know?. I'll tell you - about 2 million people. There you can add - Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya, Avganistan, Pakistan. In the eye of another speck noted in his logs can not you see! :)

tailhunter10
tailhunter10

@DabblerWilliamBEarnedheartJr.  

  Those people aren't put in jail for believing something, they in jail for breaking a law. 

Just because you believe something doesn't give you the right to do what you want....



alurlyrx
alurlyrx

@DabblerWilliamBEarnedheartJr. @alurlyrx  Give examples, names, and places. Seriously, I'm a very compassionate person. You are delusional. 1/3 of our male population is in prison or mental hospitals? That is an absurd statistic. Please, turn off the internet.