"What we are talking about is a group that was deep underground and which used techniques that amount to terrorism," said Vladimir Novitsky, legal director of the non-governmental Moscow Human Rights Bureau.
"This is of course a new level of preparation compared to the attacks by skinheads which are usually just opportunistic," said Novitsky, who has represented targets of race-hate propaganda in court. "This is a cause for concern."
Wednesday, August 23, 2006
In the aftermath of Monday's bombing of a multi-ethnic Moscow market by far-right white extremists, a Russian human rights worker reflects :