The Komi Supreme Court sentenced the leader of the Ukhta youth neo-Nazi association to a suspended sentence, reports the Federal Security Service for the Komi Republic.
The court found that the man distributed videos containing scenes of violent crimes against non-Slavic people. In addition, the Ukhta citizen carried out “direct actions”, beating people leading an asocial lifestyle.
The court found him guilty of public calls for extremist activities, the rehabilitation of Nazism and the beating of several people. By a court verdict, he was sentenced to a three-year suspended sentence with a probationary period of 2.5 years, as well as a ban to engage in activities related to the administration of Internet sites for a period of 2 years.