Sunday, January 19, 2014

Leader of Russian Vigilante Group That Tortures Gay Teens Arrested in Cuba

From The Towleroad:
Maxim Martsinkevich, the leader of the homophobic vigilante group "Occupy Paedophilia" that has lured and tortured a number of gay teens in Russia before posting its exploits to social media, has been on the lam for several months now.
Martsinkevich most recently turned up in Cuba, and now RIA Novosti reports that he has been arrested on an international warrant:
More widely known under his nickname of Tesak, or machete, Martsinkevich was arrested in absentia by a Russian court last month on extremism charges.
Martsinkevich said during a January 8 interview that the criminal charges against him were orchestrated by Russia’s “pedo-lobby,” and that he did not intend to return to Russia, according to Russian tabloid Life News that has close links to the security services...
In a January 9 post on his website, Martsinkevich wrote that he had flown to Cuba from the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, via the German city of Frankfurt...

The violent and dangerous exploits of Martsinkevich and "Occupy Pedophilia" and similar vigilante groups finally hit the mainstream media yesterday in a new must-watch CNN segment produced before Martsinkevich's arrest.

It's probably just a coincidence that this man is being "caught" just before the Sochi Olympic games and brought to justice, since to date, the Russian government hasn't taken to task one single person, of the many gay hate groups that openly operate and orchestrate acts of violence against gays. 

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