Thanks to Cheryl for this one…this is really revealing some things that Cobra and I discussed in our pre-recorded interview for tomorrow!! Stay tuned!-A.M.
02/02/14 10:20 AM ET EST
Some of them face up to 10 years in prison if convicted for the protest, held on Bolotnaya Square on the eve of President Vladimir Putin’s inauguration to a third term as Russia’s president.
Putin’s return to the presidency saw the passing of new laws aimed at cracking down on anti-government protests and restricting non-governmental organizations.
The protesters marched Sunday with portraits of the jailed protesters and a banner stretching across the street reading: “Freedom to the Bolotnaya heroes, the hostages of Putin.”