Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) stopped the activities of a radical neo-Nazi organization led by a terrorist nicknamed Hitler. This is stated on the website department.
The attacker was caught in Kiev. His real name was not disclosed. It is reported that Hitler organized a network of distribution of materials with appeals and instructions for the commission of terrorist attacks on racial and religious grounds. Among them was the manifesto of Australian terrorist Brenton Tarrant, who staged an attack on mosques in New Zealand in 2019.
During a search, the leader of the group found extremist materials in Russian and Ukrainian, as well as neo-Nazi symbols.
Several of his accomplices were detained in Ukraine in the summer, the report says. Their leader was a citizen of Russia, part of the materials neo-Nazis received from the neighboring state, according to the SBU. In addition, weapons and ammunition were found on the detainees.
August 27, Brenton Tarrant, received a life sentence for the shooting of Muslims in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. In March 2019, a man took turns breaking into two mosques with a machine gun and broadcasting the massacre on the Internet. As a result of the terrorist attack, 51 people were killed and another 40 people were injured. At the same time, the terrorist published a 37-page manifesto entitled “The Great Replacement” the day before the attack. In it, he argues that world leaders want to achieve the degradation and disappearance of white people.