Russian neo-Nazi who fought for the «LNR», were deported from Norway

Insurgent group «Rusich» Ian Petrovsky, who fought against the Ukrainian army in the Donbas in 2014-2015, deported from Norway, where he lived since 2004. The deportation decision taken by the government of Norway, says Meduza.

Petrovsky was one of the commanders of militia and associate of neo-Nazi Alexei Milchakova, with whom they participated in the fighting near the village Metalist in Luhansk region.

During the fighting, Peter and Milchakov shot the video like they cut off the ears of dead soldiers of the Ukrainian army, as well as other videos in which they brutally bullied from wounded soldiers, torture them and mock the bodies of the victims. The video is then posted to social network «Vkontakte».

The Norwegian press called Ian Petrovsky right-wing extremist. The New York Times mentions it as a participant «muddy the nationalist movement», whose members under the care of the Russian authorities are trying to «shift right» of European politics.

The militants of the «Rusich» left the territory of Ukraine at the end of June 2015.

Petrovsky now awaiting trial in the case of deprivation of Norwegian residence permit, which will soon be held in Norway. He intends to prove that his deportation was the result of «political persecution».

Petrovsky himself categorically denies all allegations.

«I have not committed any war crimes. We were defending the Russian people, purely took part in the hostilities,» — said the gunman.

Recall, the Russian neo-Nazi Petrovsky was arrested on 18 October 2016 Norway’s security service PST.

Russian neo-Nazi who fought for the «LNR», were deported from Norway 18.01.2017

Январь 18th, 2017 by
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