Russia: anarchist texts added to banned extremist list for the first time

In November 2012, Russian Federation's list of extremist materials has had 64 new entries added, and anarchist materials were included for the first time ever. New entries Nos. 1513 - 1518 are links to http://blackblocg.info/ website, which contain calls for radical direct-action acts and advice on how to carry them out.

All of the texts date back to 2011, and were added to the list under a ruling by Meshchansky district court in Moscow, dated August 3, 2012. This is the first time that anachist texts were added to the federal list of banned materials, which mostly contains nationalist and Islamist materials.

By Avtonom.org, Dec. 15, 2012.

Via http://avtonom.org/news/anarhisty-vpervye-popali-v-federalnyy-spisok-ekstremistkih-materialov

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