Samutsevich was released on appeal earlier this month, when a judge ruled that her sentence should be suspended because she was thrown out of the cathedral by guards before she could take part in the performance|But CBS News’ Svetlana Berdnikova said the court will impose a number of restrictions on Samutsevich|Court spokeswoman Anna Usachyova said at the time that, per the court’s decision, Samutsevich may be «rehabilitated» outside of the prison system|MOSCOW A lawyer for the two jailed Pussy Riot band members says they have been transferred to prison colonies hundreds of miles from Moscow to serve their sentence|Feygin said prison authorities informed him that Alekhina had been sent to the Perm region in the Urals and Tolokonnikova to the central province of Mordovia}

MOSCOW A lawyer for the two jailed Pussy Riot band members says they have been transferred to prison colonies hundreds of miles from Moscow to serve their sentence.

Mark Feygin said Monday that Maria Alekhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova were transferred during the weekend from the Moscow prison where they have been kept since March.

Feygin said prison authorities informed him that Alekhina had been sent to the Perm region in the Urals and Tolokonnikova to the central province of Mordovia. He could not confirm the information with his clients.

Alekhina, Tolokonnikova, and 축구 토토 Yekaterina Samutsevich, were convicted of hooliganism motivated by religious hatred in August for performing a protest prayer against President Vladimir Putin in Moscow’s main cathedral in February, and given two-year sentences.


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