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MOSCOW, April 10. /ITAR-TASS/. A Moscow court on Wednesday extended custody of nationalist Maxim Martsinkevich, one of the leaders of the Restrukt movement, to June 10.
"The court has met the investigator's petition," judge Yelena Abramova announced.
Ultra-radical Martsinkevich, who had been wanted by Interpol, was detained in Cuba on January 17. He was extradited to Russia where he was charged with inciting hate and humiliation which is punished by up to five years in jail.
Martsinkevich, nicknamed Tesak /Hatchet/, already has several convictions for hate crimes.