Computer hackers Tuesday attacked the website of a Moscow court that sentenced three members of the anti-Putin punk rock band Pussy Riot, RIA Novosti reported.

The hackers posted a message calling for the release of the three members of the Russian punk band who were jailed for two years each last week, over a February protest in Moscow’s largest cathedral.

The attackers of the website of the Khamovnichesky Court also posted a music video with homosexual content by Bulgarian pop-folk singer Azis.

Visitors to the site were greeted Tuesday with Pussy Riot’s new single, “Putin Ignites the Fires of Revolution”, which has been posted on YouTube.

The hackers also renamed some of the sections on the website – including the Press Service and Legal Community – with epitaphs loaded with expletives.

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