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Saturday, 13 February 2010

Nizhny Novgorod Court Sentences Neo-Nazi Gang Leader to Prison (Russia)

A court in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia sentenced a neo-Nazi gang leader to eight and a half years in prison, according to a January 25, 2010 report by the local NTA news agency. The defendant, a 19 year old man nicknamed "Fritz," headed a group of at least six teenagers, who were charged with inciting ethnic hatred. "Fritz" himself was convicted of organizing an extremist group, which carries stiffer penalties. He founded what he called "The National Socialist Workers Party of Russia" with the goal of driving all non-Russians from the city. "Fritz" drew up a charter for the party, acquired a Nazi flag, and trained his followers in combat skills. He also hoarded weapons and constructed bombs, all the while extorting money from victims.

On April 29, 2008 he threw a grenade at a car that he thought was owned by an Azeri man, blowing it up. A passerby was injured in the explosion. He and his followers then attacked a building where many citizens of
Vietnam lived. Wearing masks and armed with clubs and knives, theytried to break into the building, but police arrived in time to stop any possible bloodshed. They detained some of the gang as suspects, and
this led them to the defendants, two of whom received prison terms of 6 and 5 years, respectively. The remaining defendants got off with suspended sentences.