Monday, May 04, 2009

May 5 - "Day of Anger"

In April, the Moscow-based SOVA Center, which works to document and counteract racism, xenophobia, hate crime and ultra-nationalism in the Russian Federation, reported the suicide in prison on March 25 of the National Socialist (Neo-Nazi) leader Maxim Bazylev, after he had been arrested and charged with several murders. A Russia-wide "Day of Anger" (also referred to as a "Day of Pogroms", a "Day of Vengeance" and a "Day of Violence") was set for May 5 and advertised on National Socialist websites (also here and here).

Via Marko Mihkelson

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