Only days after three members of the Russian punk group Pussy Riot were convicted of "hooliganism" for an anti-government protest, police are looking for two more members of the group who also participated but got away, RIA Novosti reports.
Members of the all-female punk group wore hoods in February when they rushed to the altar at Christ the Savior Cathedral in Moscow and sang a profane "hymn" against corruption and Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
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