Matronic uneasy with Pussy Riot verdict


Scissor Sister Ana Matronic says the sentences given to members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot could create a large problem for anyone who wants to speak their mind.

Speaking to BBC Newsnight presenter Eddie Mair she said there must be freedom of speech and expression.

Three members of the punk band have been jailed for two years over an anti-Vladimir Putin protest

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