Nadezhda Tolokonnikova celebrates her 24th birthday today in Siberia. For the last 2 weeks, her whereabouts have been unknown, even to her family. After complaining about her conditions in prison, she went on a hunger strike and requested a transfer. In the process, reporting stopped, and not even her family was notified. In the wee hours of this morning, her 24th birthday, word was received by her husband that she was not lost in the infamous prison transit system of Russia. She has arrived at prison PC-50, in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, 2000 miles away from Moscow.
We have video from Russia....
Fans have put up a photo album for her birthday...
Grani.nu, a publication under legal siege by Putin has the latest coverage...
and finally, The Guardian got the story a couple of hours ago, in English....
link to www.theguardian.com
The story is breaking, we expect updates soon. Photo credit: AFP
bring the ruckus to Facebook: http://facebook.com/IndyRadio
The future of radio comes not from the Tower of Corporate Media but through WiFi and cellphone it now belongs to us. Circa 2013 we have a window of opportunity since web radio is received on desktops, mobiles and phones without added charges, and there are more than 50,000 free independent stations you can access with simple software. You don't need to download files, or worry about how much storage your device has available.
The newest playlists from Indyradio appear at http://indyradio.nu