Alexander Potkin

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Alexander Potkin (also known as Alexander Belov, born 29 April 1976 in Moscow) is a Russian far-right political leader. Potkin is the leader of the Movement Against Illegal Immigration, a nationalist youth movement.[1]

In May 2009, he was found guilty by a Moscow Court of inciting ethnic hatred after comparing the Russian White House to a Torah Scroll.[2]

Since 2011 he participates in new nationalist organization "Russkiye".

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  1. ^ Slavic Riot in Stravopol, Kommersant, 7 June 2007
  2. ^ Decapitating extremism Russia Profile, May 28 2009

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