On Sakhalin, a convicted drug dealer, preached to the inmates of radical Islam, charged with the call to terrorism
The investigators of the FSB opened a criminal case against the former drug dealer, accused of incitement of terrorist activity. After the release of the convict from prison security officers “reminded” him of the conversations he had with other prisoners on the subject of radical Islam.
“The man was detained at the time of release from IK-1 UFSIN of Russia across the Sakhalin region”, – writes Sakhalin.info with reference to the press service of the regional Department of the FSB.
According to investigators, a person of “sharing the Islamic ideology of a radical nature and being in solidarity with the ideology of the MTO “Islamic state”* (banned in Russia) in the period of serving punishment in a correctional facility promoted radical Islam, conducted explanatory work among convicts in the justification of terrorism”.
33-year-old man is charged with part 1 of article 205.2 of the criminal code (“Public appeals to implementation of terrorist activity or public justification of terrorism”). He faces a sentence of five years imprisonment.
Earlier this same man was found guilty under part 2 of article 228 (“Illicit drugs”) and part 1 of article 222 (“Illegal arms trafficking”) of the criminal code. He was sentenced to 4.5 years of imprisonment.
*Islamic state (ISIS, ISIL, DAISH) is a terrorist group banned in Russia.