In Russia, you can be punished as a terrorist even for a post on social networks
Olesya Krivtsova has an anti-Putin tattoo on one ankle while on the other she wears a bracelet that tracks her every move.
She is only 19 years old but is under house arrest only for a post on social media against the war in Ukraine, which Russian authorities say discredits the country's military and justifies terrorism.
Russian officials added Krivtsova to a terrorist list on a par with ISIS, al Qaeda and the Taliban for her Instagram post after the Crimean bridge blast in October criticizing Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.
Currently, Krivtsova is under house arrest in her mother's apartment in Severodvinsk, Arkhangelsk region, where she is also banned from accessing the Internet and using other forms of communication.
Olesya's case is neither the first nor the last. 61 similar cases were registered in Russia in 2022 with accusations of justifying terrorism on the Internet, 26 of whom also received prison sentences.