Ifølge Reuters bliver det for medlemmerne af det obskøne shock-rock orkester “Pussy Riot” nu vanskeligere at udsprede deres blasfemiske, politiske propaganda i Rusland. Retten i Moskva har nemlig forbudt de forstyrrede kvinder (og deres udenlandske bagmænd) at bruge internettet til at lufte deres ekstremisme. Reuters skriver bl.a.:
The Moscow court said it had based its ruling on conclusions by a panel of experts who studied the video, showing band members in colorful mini-skirts and ski masks dancing in front of the altar of Moscow’s main Russian Orthodox cathedral.
Judge Marina Musimovich said the footage “has elements of extremism; in particular there are words and actions which humiliate various social groups based on their religion“. She said it also had calls for mutiny and “mass disorder”.
The verdict said that free distribution of the video could ignite racial and religious hatred.
The court’s ruling applies to other videos released by the band, including a performance in Moscow’s Red Square, where calls for mass disorder could be heard.
To medlemmer af “Pussy Riot” afsoner i øjeblikket domme på to års fængsel for hooliganisme.