A informal justice in Russia’s southern Stavropol domain on Thursday condemned radical Islamist, Viktor Dvorakovsky, to 23 years in a high-security prison, a justice central told RIA Novosti.
Dvorakovsky, 24, has been convicted of plotting a militant attack, an try on a life of a military officer, of creation of makeshift explosve devices, inciting secular hatred, and fraud.
“Dvorakovsky has been condemned to 23 years in a high-security correctional facility, dual years of trial and a 100,000-ruble fine,” a central said.
His accomplice, Vladimir Skirko, was condemned to 6 years, in a ubiquitous race correctional facility, on charges of extremism and possessing unlawful drugs.
According to prosecutors, Dvorakovsky converted to Islam and, with Skirko, started an active nonconformist promotion debate in a Stavropol domain in 2010.
He was put on a wanted list after a self-made explosve incidentally exploded in his Pyatigorsk unit in Mar 2011.
Dvorakosky was arrested in Jul 2011. During a arrest, he tossed a self-made bomb, injuring a military officer. He attempted to chuck dual some-more bombs during a policemen, though they exploded in his hands. His right palm was ripped off in a blast.
In credentials for his apprehension attacks, a “Russian Wahhabi” stole over 25,000 rubles (about $790) from a bank, prosecutors said.