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Russian Murderer Claiming Victims In The Name Of Pussy Riot

Written by Mike Hohnen on August 31, 2012

Russian authorities have been quick to draw conclusions following the discovery of two bodies under a written sign calling for the release of Pussy Riot. Though no other connection can be found, the murders have been labelled as “inspired” by the controversial punk protesters.

Publications in the country went as far as to say that the double murder was “committed” by Pussy Riot supporters. Police, however, have been quick to remind people to keep a cool head about it, stating that the murderer could just be using the internationally publicised incarceration of the band to shift attention from his/her crime.

The band’s attorney, Nikolai Polozov, tweeted about the incident, commenting that “what happened in Kazan is horrible” and labelled the media correlation between the two parties as ”either a horrendous provocation or a psychopathic” case.

Polozov was interviewed by AP (Via Diffuser) and stated then that he is ”sorry that some freaks are using Pussy Riot’s band name”.

The obvious show trail has entered a tail spin given the overwhelming support from people all over the world. The band seems to have everyone’s love other than the Russian media who continue to label them as hooligans detrimental to the sovereignty of Mother Russia.

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