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Sergei Mitrokhin demands from the Investigative Committee to file a criminal case against the lawyer promising to flood Moscow with blood

Resolution

April 25, 2012

Leader of the YABLOKO party Sergei Mitrokhin demands from the Investigative Committee to file a criminal case against Dagir Khasavov, lawyer promising to flood the city [Moscow] with blood in the REN TV channel, "unless sharia courts are created in the capital [of Russia].

 


"Muslims do not want to get involved into the judicial system. You think that we are coming here to Russia as to some strange place. And we believe that we are at home. Maybe you are foreigners here, but we are at home. And we will establish the rules that suit us, whether you like it or not. Any attempt to stop this will lead to bloodshed. The second dead lake will be here. We will flood the city with blood," announced the lawyer and Assistant to Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Social Policy and Healthcare in the federal television channel. He was quoted by the Russian News Service.

"The act of Mr. Hasavov constitute body of a crime under Article 282 of the Criminal Code ("inciting hatred or enmity, as well as humiliation of human dignity") and Article 280 of the Criminal Code ("public calls for extremist activity")," YABLOKO leader Sergei Mitrokhin wrote in a statement about the crime sent to the Investigative Committee in Moscow this morning. Mitrokhin demands that a criminal case should be filed in accordance with the aforementioned articles of the Criminal Code.

See also:

International Conference organised by ELDR and YABLOKO Youth under Threat of Extremism and Xenophobia. A Liberal Response to be held in Moscow on April 21. Press Release, April 17, 2012

YABLOKO-ELDR conference Threats of Extremism and Xenophobia Among Youth: the Liberal Answer adopted a resolution. Press Release, April 21, 2012.

YABLOKO Against Extremism



 

 

 

 

April 21, 2012

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