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Russian activists Pussy Riot briefly shut down Trump Tower yesterday when they staged a protest inside the lobby of the building.
"This song is for Eric and for all those from Russia to America and around the globe who suffer from state terror," they write of their first English-language song.
Cecily McMillan faces up to seven years in prison.
De Blasio says they are always welcome in New York.
Photos and video from last night's Amnesty International concert, featuring (now former!) members of Pussy Riot.
Amnesty International is bringing Pussy Riot, and some Big Acts, to Brooklyn's Barclays Center in February.
The City chose to dismiss those mask charges "in the interest of justice," which is "a legal move that can be used by prosecutors to dismiss a charge without addressing arguments made by an opponent."
The law was initially adopted in 1845 during the Anti-Rent Era in response to tenants who sought to prevent "distress sales" of their property by dressing up as Native Americans and attacking their landlords.
Musicians from Paul McCartney and Madonna to the Vivian Girls and Whitney Fierce of Hercules & Love Affair have publicly shown support for Pussy Riot, and now Bjork's throwing her name into the ring.
Ed Koch responds to Pussy Riot verdict: "I think the decision of the Russian court to punish a hate crime was just and to be applauded."
New Yorkers gathered in support of Russian band Pussy Riot today, but some were arrested after refusing to take of their masks.
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