A member of Russian punk band Pussy Riot, who gave only her 

A member of Russian punk band Pussy Riot, who gave only her stage name of Grelka, wears a blue balaclava as speaks to the media in Moscow, Tuesday, July 16, 2013. Russian provocateurs Pussy Riot are back in action, releasing their first music video since three members went to prison last year for a prank denouncing Vladimir Putin. The video shows band members in trademark bright-colored balaclavas and short skirts, cavorting and shrieking atop an oil rig. Backed by hectic guitar and a drum fusillade, they pour oil on a large photo of state oil giant Rosneft’s chairman and liken Putin to an Iranian ayatollah. Pussy Riot member Grelka said after the video’s Tuesday release that “the main message is that Putin has spread the country’s wealth among his friends.” (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
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A member of Russian punk band Pussy Riot, who gave only her stage name of Grelka, wears a blue balaclava as speaks to the media in Moscow, Tuesday, July 16, 2013. Russian provocateurs Pussy Riot are back in action, releasing their first music video since three members went to prison last year for a prank denouncing Vladimir Putin. The video shows band members in trademark bright-colored balaclavas and short skirts, cavorting and shrieking atop an oil rig. Backed by hectic guitar and a drum fusillade, they pour oil on a large photo of state oil giant Rosneft’s chairman and liken Putin to an Iranian ayatollah. Pussy Riot member Grelka said after the video’s Tuesday release that “the main message is that Putin has spread the country’s wealth among his friends.” (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
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