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    Two Pussy Riot Members Flee

    A supporter of the Russian female punk band "Pussy Riot" sports a mask during a protest outside the Russian consulate in Toronto on Friday, Aug.  17, 2012.   A Russian judge found three members of the provocative punk band guilty of hooliganism on Friday, in one of the most closely watched cases in recent Russian history. The judge said the three band members committed hooliganism driven by religious hatred and offending religious believers. The three were arrested in March after a guerrilla performance in Moscow's main cathedral calling for the Virgin Mary to protect Russia against Vladimir Putin, who was elected to a new term as Russia's president a few days later. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Michelle Siu)

    Michelle Siu, The Canadian Press / AP Photo

    Rock and roll will never die, two members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot said, and split. A little over a week since three other members of the band were sentenced to two years in prison for thumbing their nose at Vladimir Putin and the Russian Orthodox Church, the all-female band announced that two more of its members have done the anti-oppression two-step and skedaddled out of the country. Law enforcement in Russia said earlier this week that they were still in pursuit of the missing members. “They are in a safe place beyond the reach of the Russian police,” said Pyotr Verzilov, the husband of jailed band member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, on Sunday.

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