Maxim Martsinkevich, Russian Neo-Nazi Known For Torturing Gays, Has Labor Camp Sentence Reduced On Appeal

November 14, 2014 – Reported by Huffington Post – Russian neo-Nazi Maxim Martsinkevich, who has reportedly made videos torturing gay men, has had his five-year labor camp sentence reduced to less than three.

Martsinkevich, who is the founder of the Russia “Occupy Pedophilia” vigilante movement and is known locally as Tesak (or “Machete”), had his sentence adjusted on appeal because his charges of making extremist statements did not result in casualties, BuzzFeed’s Susie Armitage first reported.

The charges came after Martsinkevich made statements about a Moscow race riot as seen on videos he posted on VK, a Russian social media website, according to the report. His anti-gay rhetoric and abuse, said to have been inspired by Russia’s controversial “gay propaganda” legislation, were not mentioned in the case against him…

via Maxim Martsinkevich, Russian Neo-Nazi Known For Torturing Gays, Has Labor Camp Sentence Reduced On Appeal.

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