In St. Petersburg sentenced the gang members to neo-Nazis who brutally cracked down on the homeless. One of the members of the group, Denis Knyazkin, who got away with the burning of the temple Vitaly Milonov, received six years in a strict regime, writes “Fontanka”.

Knyazkin and another defendant, who at the time of the crime in April 2014 had not yet turned 18 years of age, attacked a homeless man. The victim died in hospital from multiple stab wounds.

The young man already had problems with the law. In April 2013, a Molotov cocktail was set on fire the Church of St. Peter Avenue strikes in St. Petersburg. It served as an altar boy Deputy Vitaly Milonov. Group “Nevograd” announced the incident part of a campaign to “cleanse Slavic lands”. Knyazkin was found guilty of disorderly conduct, but avoided punishment due to Amnesty in honor of the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution.

According RAPSI, Knyazkin and two minor defendants, the case against them is allocated in separate manufacture, are members of a gang of neo-Nazis, which was engaged in robberies, robberies and murders on a national basis. Consideration of the main criminal case will start on 15 November. The dock will be 14 people.

The arsonist of the Church, where he served Milon, was imprisoned for 6 years for killing homeless man 21.10.2016

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