On Monday, Russian journalist Marina Ovsyannikova appeared on a live TV news programme to protest against the war in Ukraine.
According to the BBC, She was arrested under a new law that bans calling Russia's military action in Ukraine an "invasion" or spreading "fake news" about the conflict. However, she was not spreading fake news - she was trying to tell people about the lies in the propaganda from the Russian government.
Russian television news is controlled by the government and it is rare to see someone speak out with their own views.
On Tuesday, Ms. Ovsyannikova's lawyer, Pavel Chikov said: "Marina Ovsyannikova has not yet been found. She has been imprisoned for more than 12 hours."
In a pre-recorded video, she had said:
"I'm ashamed that I allowed myself to tell lies from the television screen. Ashamed that I allowed Russians to be turned into zombies," she explained. "We just silently watched this inhumane regime." Read more here.
UPDATE: Marina Ovsyannikova has since been released after with 30,000 rouble (£214; $280) fine. Hear what she had to say here.
Your question: if you had the chance, what would you say to Marina Ovsyannikova? Why?
Think about what do you think would be important for her to hear.