FSB announced the arrest of neo-Nazis for preparing terrorist attacks on May 9

Supporters of the organization, which has supporters in Ukraine and Russia, planned to set fire to drunken homeless people before May 9, the FSB said. (M.K.U.), who were preparing terrorist attacks in Russia by May 9th. This was reported by the FSB, RIA Novosti reports.

“Detained while trying to burn the homeless alive with Molotov cocktails,”— declared in department.

In the video published by RIA Novosti, the young man called himself Gorelov Alexander Yuryevich born on 10/15/2004 with the nickname “Wagner”. He said that his friend “Romel” offered to attack drunk people, in particular homeless people, and set them on fire.

According to the FSB, the members of the group planned to upload the arson video to the Internet “to intimidate the population and attract new supporters.” They are also involved in a number of attacks on migrants using cold weapons and special means, the intelligence service said.

The agency believes that the organization is run by Ukrainian Egor Krasnov, who is supervised by the Ukrainian intelligence services in order to draw young people into terrorism and extremism, the spread of neo-Nazi ideology, as well as “destabilization of the work of Russian authorities by committing terrorist attacks and high-profile crimes.”

M.C.U.— neo-Nazi organization with an ideology of radical racism and misanthropy. Egor Krasnov created it in 2017. Cells of the organization work in the cities of Russia and Ukraine. Its participants incite ethnic hatred, commit beatings, murders, prepare terrorist attacks, the FSB pointed out.

The Ukrainian edition Strana.UA wrote that the first crimes were committed by a cell of the organization in Dnipro in 2019. Then a 19-year-old young man attacked homeless people, representatives of the Caucasus and the Middle East. The attacker was detained, it turned out to be a student Yegor “Maniak”. In one of the interviews, he said that as a child he spent four years in a psychiatric hospital, then he was a member of right-wing radical organizations and left them, since they did not profess “true National Socialism”.

The FSB reported crimes of M.K.U in St. Petersburg, Tambov, Gelendzhik, Irkutsk, Krasnodar, Saratov, Tyumen, Chita, Anapa, Pushchino, Moscow Region, Yaroslavl, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Yaroslavl Region.

On February 18, 2021, the FSB spoke about the detention of supporters of the Ukrainian M.K.U. in Voronezh. As the Investigative Committee reported, three people aged 18, 19 and 33 painted graffiti in the city aimed at inciting hostility. The same case involved a 26-year-old boy who beat a 19-year-old man. Then the Ukrainian project StopFake released a video stating that the detainees had no ties with Ukraine and Facebook (owned by Meta, recognized as extremist and banned in Russia) deleted Russian media publications with a message from the department.

"Novaya Gazeta" with reference to fake M.K.U. wrote about the fact that the organization essentially does not exist. “This is a group of five people, most of whom are schoolchildren. The FSB is interested in filing this situation on the part of “Bandera, fascists and the CIA”. And the SBU is interested in filing everything from the position of the “hand of the Kremlin”, & mdash; said the interlocutor of the publication.

In December 2020, Yegor Krasnov was placed in the Dnipro pre-trial detention center. According to the interlocutor of “New” and friend Krasnov, where he committed suicide in March 2021. Later, the FSB reported more than once that the supporters of the group were committing crimes on his instructions. In December 2021, the FSB put Krasnov on the international wanted list.

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