Two men suspected of publication of Nazi photo on Immortal Regiment site plead guilty
MOSCOW, June 1 (RAPSI) – Two suspects in a case over publishing photos of Nazi criminals on the Immortal Regiment website acknowledged themselves in the wrong, the Investigative Committee’s press service reports Tuesday.
According to the probe, in early May, resident of Orenburg Region Andrey Akimov, Sergey Sakharov from the Tomsk Region and Ukraine’s nationals Dmitry Alekseyenko and Mikhail Pukh published images of Hitler, Goebbels and high traitor Vlasov.
The Russian men suspected of rehabilitation of Nazism were questioned. They admitted publication of Nazi photos and repented.
Earlier, the Russian Supreme Court has clarified that a public demonstration of photos of Nazi criminals and their approval in public is to be qualified as a completed act, regardless of the confirmation of the applications by administrators of the Immortal Regiment website.