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Just read it on the BBC website. Anyone heard anything about this? Doesn't sound good.
It sounds bloody terrifying. Huffington Post link here - the husband must be beside himself.
This doesn't sound good at all I hope this is some kind of admin fuck up and they are able to find her healthy in another prison
On my phone so can't link.The thought that she's missing is chilling.
I just saw it too .
I hope it is just some mistake... she is so high profile internationally surely she wouldn't have been "got rid of"?
And they've got the Winter Olympics in 3 months. I hope this is a blip and she appears any day now, but from what I read about Russia nothing would surprise me.
Oh no! I'd been wondering what had happened to them, after hearing that supporters of imprisoned Greenpeace protesters held a vigil outside the Russian embassy.I agree, a high profile case, but why hasn't this been picked up by the mainstream media?
There was a documentary /prog about them the other day, they are really really brave women.I hope she is OK but situation in Russia is terrible and I can't believe they are holding the olympics there.
Yikes.The conditions sound atrocious and it's clear her reports of the prison conditions have discomfitted the authorities.I wouldn't be surprised if they just put her in solitary confinement from now on, just to prevent her reporting further.
Alarming - her husband must be beside himself. Let's hope she is safe and they relent soon and tell him where she is. Jellykat, the first post was about the story on the Beeb. You can't get more mainstream media than that. They covered the story four days ago.
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