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BELGRADE, July 30. /Itar-Tass /. The Supreme Court of Belgrade adopted the decision to extradite 30-year-old Russian citizen Ilya Goryachev accused of masterminding several high-profile murders, according to Serbian media. The lawyers of ultras group “Russky Obraz ” /”Russian Image”/ ex-leader has already declared its intention to appeal this decision. “We plan to insist on its reversal once again,” lawyer Fedja Dimovich is quoted by media.
Earlier, Serbian court decided to extradite Goryachev, but his lawyers managed to reverse it in appeal court. Russian authorities suspect Goryachev in organizing a criminal group, arms traffic and implication in murder crimes, including murders of Moscow City Court judge Eduard Chuvashov and lawyer Stanislav Markelov.
The nationalist has been detained in Serbia on May 8 on request from Russia’s Prosecutor-General’s Office and currently remains under arrest.