Moscow’s Babushkinsky Court on Saturday sentenced nationalist Maxim Martsinkevich (known as Tesak) to 10 years in prison for assaulting people whom he considered drug dealers, court spokeswoman Maria Borovikova told RIA Novosti.
“The court appointed Martsinkevich punishment in the form of 10 years of imprisonment in a strict regime colony,” she said.
During the debates of the parties, the prosecutor once again asked him to sentence him to 10 years of strict regime. The defense asked to terminate the criminal case on rehabilitating grounds.
This is already the second consideration of this case, the first sentence was canceled by the Moscow City Court of Appeal.
Slasher was also a member of the Restrukt movement and the leader of a scandalous project whose stated goal is to fight pedophiles. Martsinkevich was previously convicted of publishing a video on the Internet featuring the execution of a Tajik drug trafficker, as well as extremist statements during a debate in the Moscow Bilingual Club. In total, in two cases, he received 3.5 years of imprisonment.
Marcinkevich is accused of intentionally causing grievous bodily harm, robbery, robbery, destroying or damaging property, hooliganism, inciting hatred and degrading human dignity. Slashes and his associates, according to investigators, using electric shock guns, gas cartridges and metal batons, beat citizens in Moscow, took things from them, and publicly doused them with paint and other substances. All this was done in 2012–2014 within the framework of the movement organized by them related to the fight against spice traders.
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