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FNB activist murdered by neo-nazis for feeding the homeless

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  • Richard Myers
    Russian Food Not Bombs activist murdered by neo-nazis for feeding the homeless ... Timur Kacharava, 20, was killed this sunday evening (13 nov 2005, 19:00) on
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      Russian Food Not Bombs activist murdered by neo-nazis for feeding the homeless



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      Timur Kacharava, 20, was killed this sunday evening (13 nov 2005, 19:00) on the corner of Nevskyi and Ligovskyi prospects, near the subway station "Pl. Vosstaniya".

      He and his friend Maxim were attacked by the group of neo-nazis(who does not exist according to the Russian Police data) just behind. He died in seconds due to 5 knife shots, each piercing his throat. Ambulance arrived only in 20 minutes.

      Maxim survived several knife wounds and craniocerebral injury, he is in the stable state now.

      Tragedy took place in just 2 meters from the book superstore entrance, on the major tourist place - St.Petersburg-Helsinki bus departs from there. Despite these facts, no one was arrested.

      Timur and Maxim were on the way back from the social work - just before the accident they participated in the "Food Not Bombs" action: served out hot food to the homeless and person in need, "human trash" in the filthy language of neonazism and hate.

      About ten neo-nazis tracked their way from there, backstabbed and killed him. Timur was a Person. A student. A musician. An Antifascist. They killed not only him, but something inside all of us. We cannot forgot. We shall not forgive.

      Never Again!

      20 - it's the age of love. 20 - it's the age of music. 20 - is only beginning. And for Timur it became the end. Rest in Peace, Tim!

      http://www.stop-it.narod.ru/eng/index.htm




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