Leader of Petah Tikva neo-Nazi gang indicted

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January 16, 2011 11:16

 
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The Central District Attorney's Office on Sunday filed an indictment against Dimitry Bugotich, a leader of a neo-Nazi gang that operated from 2005 to 2007 in Petah Tikva and Tel Aviv.

Bugotich fled the country after his gang was exposed, and was arrested only recently.

He is charged with eight counts of racially-motivated aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit a crime and incitement to racism.

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