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Maxim Bazylev (Romanov; also known as Adolf; 17 October 1980 - 27 March 2009) is a Russian nationalist, founder magazine "Russian will" (Russian: Русская воля), last leader of NSO (Russian: Национал-социалистическое общество). FSB believed Bazylev organizer of Pushkin and Sergiev Posad groups, whose members are accused of committing over 30 murders. With him in prison was his co-defendant 21-year-old student of the Higher School of Economics Roman Zheleznov (Zuhel). Both were charged with eight murders. Committed suicide in his cell metropolitan detention center Petrovka 38, by opening the veins on the forearms and neck.