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Putin urges Pussy Riot leniency

Moscow : Russia | Aug 02, 2012 at 3:05 PM PDT
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Putin urges leniency for Russia punks If convicted, the members of punk outfit Pussy Riot could spend up to seven years in jail Russian president Vladimir Putin says Russian punk trio Pussy Riot should not face tough sentencing for their protest against him in Moscow's main cathedral. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
 
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