In germany, the law for insulting religious feelings provides for up to three years in prison, said alexander lukashevich, a spokesman for the local authorities. Ex-world chess champion garri kasparov faces up to five years in prison for allegedly biting a police officer after his arrest on the verge of a sentencing hearing. Worldwide, the uproar over the penalty of two years in prison for each of the opponents of kremlin leader vladimir putin continued.
Pussy riot, meanwhile, followed up: the scandalous group published a new song on the internet in which they make fun of putin and call for a revolution. "Putin ignites the fire of revolution," sing several women. In the controversial trial against pussy riot, judge marina syrova sentenced nadezhda tolokonnikova (22), maria alyokhina (24) and yekaterina samuzevich (30) the day before to two years in prison each for rowdyism out of religious hate. They had started with a punk prayer on 21. February in the moscow loser cathedral against putin and the russian-orthodox patriarch kirill intentionally hurt the feelings of the faithful.