3 Russian neo-Nazis sentenced for hate killings

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
October 6, 2010 22:04

 
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MOSCOW — A Russian court handed long sentences to three ultra-nationalists convicted of hate killings and bombings on Wednesday.

The Moscow City Court said in a statement that the three were in a militant neo-pagan cult and preyed on labor migrants from ex-Soviet Central Asia and the Caucasus.

It said between 2008 and 2009 they killed 10 people and arranged bombings at a Russian Orthodox church, a McDonald's restaurant and a railway station that left one woman wounded.

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