Chernovsky district court of Chita sentenced to 1 5 years of a colony-settlements local resident, joined the ranks of the forbidden on the territory of the Russian Federation organization " Right sector ", said in court.
according to her, the judge was a supporter of the nationalist ideology, and wanting to participate in the armed conflict in Ukraine, was contacted by members of the armed establishment operating on its territory, reports RIA " Novosti ".
they say that they are a citizen of Chita "received instruction On methods of entry into these is equipped with a weapon, and, being a supporter of the nationalist ideology, have decided to join and was accepted as a member of the organization" Right sector* "." The defendant admitted his guilt in transgression, under part 2 of article 282. 2 of the criminal code (Participation in activity of public or religious Association or other organization with respect to which a court has adopted the legally effective conclusion Of destruction or prohibition of the activities in connection with the exercise of extremist activity). He was sentenced to 1 year 6 months of the sentence to be served of retribution in the penal colony ", - is informed in the report of the press service of the court. The verdict is not entered." Right sector " Ukrainian Association of radical nationalist organizations. In January and February 2014 the Taliban participated in battles with the police and the seizure of administrative buildings in Ukraine, and from April - in the suppression of protests in the East of this state. In November 2014, the Supreme court of Russia has recognized the Union of right-wing extremist organization and banned its activities on the territory of the Russian Federation. In January, the "Right sector" was entered in the register is prohibited in the Russian Federation organizations.
* Organization, relative to which a court has adopted the legally effective conclusion Of destruction or prohibition of the activities on the grounds stipulated by the Federal law "On countering extremist activity"