Russian TV Show Tracks Down Israeli Neo-Nazi In Kyrgzstan
The leader of a Tel Aviv based neo-Nazi gang who eluded Israeli intelligence for years was arrested, Friday, after a Russsian investigative television show found him “living openly” as a law student in Moscow.
Dmitri Bogotich led a gang of 8 members between the ages of 16 and 21 known as 'Patrol 36', made up of Russian immigrants to Israel who were actually neo-Nazis. The targets of their multiple hate crimes in Tel Aviv, carried out between 2005 and 2007, were not Jews, however, but Africans and other non-white immigrants, homosexuals and homeless people. They also painted swastikas on a synagogue in Petah Tikva, east of Tel Aviv.
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