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MOSCOW, September 2. /TASS/. The prosecutor has requested in the Moscow City Court on Wednesday an 8-year imprisonment term for Russian citizen Alexander Razumov, member of the Ukrainian extremist organisation Right Sector that is banned in Russia. Razumov is charged with recruitment of policemen to the Right Sector. The court is considering the legal consequences of the jury verdict.
The prosecutor in his speech drew the court’s attention to the fact that the jurors have not only found Razumov guilty on all counts, but also not deserving leniency. The public prosecution also requested the court to take into account the fact that the actions of the defendant who was driven by Nazi ideas were socially dangerous.
The prosecutor’s office said that due to this Razumov’s reformation was possible only in full isolation from the society.