The FSB of Russia detained 16 supporters of the banned neo-Nazi organization "MKU". With their help, in nine cities of the Russian Federation, Ukrainian neo-Nazis prepared explosions and armed attacks.
The agency reports RIA News.
On the territory of the Russian Federation by coordinating the activities of the activists of "M.K.U." the Ukrainian leader of this criminal group Yegor Krasnov was engaged. As the detainees said, he gradually recruited new members into the ranks of the radical neo-Nazi organization he headed. At first, they were instructed to apply extremist inscriptions to the walls of buildings. Then they were required to beat a homeless person or a representative of any youth informal movement. And only after that they were involved in armed attacks on law enforcement officers or other persons, as well as for arson and explosions of administrative buildings.
The arrests of radicals were carried out in nine cities of Russia: Tambov, Krasnodar, Irkutsk, Chita, Saratov, Anapa, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Pushchino and Tyumen. All the detainees are involved in the propaganda of neo-Nazism, the commission of force actions, the preparation of explosions of administrative buildings and armed attacks.
Earlier, in mid-March, two groups of MKU supporters out of 14 people were detained in Yaroslavl and Gelendzhik. During the investigation, it turned out that in their activities they were also guided by the instructions of Yegor Krasnov.