Neo-Nazi Torturer Of LGBT Youth, Maxim Martsinkevich, Now In Custody In Russia
We reported last week that Maxim Martsinkevich, the leader of the Russian anti-gay Neo-Nazi group Occupy Pedophilia who lured and tortured LGBT teens in Russia, had been arrested in Cuba.
As of today, he's in custody in Russia following deportation by Cuban authorities.
A spokesperson for the Russian Federal Security services told LGBTQ Nation that Maxim Sergeyevich Martsinkevich, also known by his street nickname “Tesak” (or, the “Cleaver”) arrived at the Russian capital’s Sheremetyevo Airport after a direct flight from Havana, and was immediately detained by Russian law enforcement.
He is being held on charges of committing a crime under Art. 282 of the Russian Criminal Code – incitement of hatred or enmity and human dignity with violence – in connection with videos that his anti-gay Russian group “Occupy Pedophilia” had posted online.
Martsinkevich faces a sentence of 3 to 5 years in prison if convicted at trial.
Three to five years seems very light considering the damage he's done.