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A Religious Woman From Novosibirsk Demands Moral Compensation From Pussy Riot
8.08.2012 13:16
A Religious Woman From Novosibirsk Demands Moral Compensation From Pussy Riot
The cost of moral damage

The prosecution in Pussy Riot case refuted any political intentions behind the notorious "punk mass" at the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow in February 2012. They claim instead that the action caused innumerable instances of moral damage to all religious people across Russia.

      While the world holds the breath for the verdict, a religious lady from Novosibirsk decided to take matters in her hands and filed a suit against Pussy Riot demanding compensation for moral damage. As her attorney explains, the lady has been attending the church from the early age and was very pious. Having seen a video of the "punk mass" on the Internet, she bore immense "ethical sufferings", for which she want to be compensated no less that $1000.

      The commentary on the Russian Internet has largely mocked the woman's endeavour. Readers accused her of avarice and narrow-mindedness.

      More details now emerge: Moscow's Kuntsevsky Court has started an inquiry into a suit filed by Irina Ruzankina of Novosibirsk against #PussyRiot. The suitor claims their "punk prayer" video hurt her religious feelings and caused her moral sufferings, thereby breaching her human and civil rights.

      On Friday 17, 2012 Pussy Riot were sentenced to 2 years in colony for hooliganism and inciting religious hatred. 

Author: Julia Shuvalova

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