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They explained their actions by telling me that the situation at Moscow at the time was very problematic because there had been terrorist attacks, and they were checking the documents of anyone who was from the Caucasus, which I am.So they brought me to the police station, apparently to check my documents, and simply never let me out.They put two objects in my handbag, which looked like soap.They explained to us that those were explosive devices.() A Moscow court has sentenced a 37-year-old man to indefinite forced psychiatric treatment after he took part in a mass demonstration in 2012.
It's very important for these things to be voiced, written, spoken about, because we are seeing that public opinion can be changed. She continues to campaign to improve conditions within the Russian prison system.
For every 160 people there were maybe three or four working toilets, four or five taps in the washing facilities, no showers - and that's the very least of it. There is frequent physical and verbal abuse and men can be violent toward women.
I've spoken to many prisoners who tell absolutely terrible stories, from both the men's and the women's colonies. Do you think the conditions that you suffered are similar to the conditions Nadezhda Tolokonnikova might have experienced?
Zara Murtazalieva is a Chechen woman who spent more than eight years at a prison colony in Russia on terrorism charges that she says were fabricated.
She was released last year from a colony next door to the one where the Pussy Riot activist Nadezhda Tolokonnikova was protesting conditions until a few weeks ago.
Hundreds of thousands of Russians are in prison, and many feel they have been treated unfairly.