Neo-Nazi vows to be 'loyal Israeli' after prison term

September 22, 2011 14:55

The Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday convicted a 24-year-old man of of conspiracy, racially motivated aggravated assault, incitement, and racist advertising.

Dmitri Bogotich was arrested in January following his extradition from Kyrgystan, where he had fled  in 2007 after police arrested 8 members of his Petah Tikva-based gang, "Patrol 36," which had a neo-Nazi ideology and carried out hate crimes against religious Jews, the homeless, drug addicts and foreign workers.

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