They were also, the lawyers say, set up by a member of the Federal Security Services, or the FSB, who infiltrated the group. Please consider making a one-time donation — or better still a recurring donation — to The Moscow Times to help us continue producing vital, high-quality journalism about the world's largest country. Frolova, who has been advising the families of the girls since their arrests, attributed the measure to the march. Like Dubovik and Pavlikova, one of the accused was a teenager. Contribute today Maybe later. Organizers, too, were shocked. But despite the pre-march worries, the walk passed peacefully. Svetlana Astrakhantseva and Irina Sergeyeva of the Moscow Helsinki Group human rights organization told The Moscow Times that, as longtime observers of street protests in Russia, they had never witnessed police be so accommodating.
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