March 21, 2014 11:59
Criminal case opened against leader of Brotherhood far-right group - Russian investigators
MOSCOW. March 21 (Interfax) - Russian Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin has announced that a criminal inquiry has been launched against far-right organization leader Dmitry Korchinsky.
"The case has been opened under Article 354 of the Russian Penal Code (public calls for war) and Article 205.2 (public calls for terrorist activity)," Markin said.
According to media reports, Korchinsky leads the Brotherhood organization.
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