This is Pussy Riot's two most famous members—tweeting a selfie from the back of a police wagon in Sochi.

Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alyokhina, the punks detained by Russian authorities for two years after their band Pussy Riot performed a "punk prayer" at Moscow's Cathedral Christ of the Savior, were briefly detained in the Olympic city after announcing plans to debut a new song.

The pair, along with eight others, were held in connection with an apparent robbery at their hotel. All have been released. The song (or action) is called "Putin Will Teach You to Love the Motherland," and is dedicated, Tolokonnikova says, to prisoners, the Olympics, and hunger-striking Russian ecologist Yvgeny Vitishko. They had apparently not yet performed it, though they had been filming a video.


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