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Musicians were arrested in Moscow
11:11 06.08.2012
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During the music festival “Veganfest” in Moscow, two members of the group “Makulatura”, who performed a song about Putin, were arrested.

Evgeni Alikhin and Konstantin Strokolski were blamed hooliganism.

According to one of the versions, they were arrested after calling policemen “Rubbish”. But the second version says that they mentioned Vladimir Putin and the ruling party “United Russia” (“Edinoe Rosia”) in a “bad way” in the song.

Last year police raided concert of the popular rock band “Psikhea” in Yekaterinburg on the grounds that the event was unauthorized and the calls to murder were heard there. Such a conclusion was made by the police from the text of the song “Kill the ments”.

Three member girls of the punk-band “Ghash Riot” have also been detained for a song about Putin and for abuse of the Holy Church. 

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