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After his release, convicted of a massacre in the brothel nationalist Viacheslav Datsik (Red Tarzan) in St. Petersburg resumed the attack on the brothels. This was the “Such cases” said the head of the organization for the protection of the rights of sex workers “Silver rose” Irina Maslova.
According to her, the incident occurred on Monday evening, March 11. “I understand that the video was removed, but have not posted. On the page in social networks Vyacheslav Datsik was a call,” said human rights activist.
She noted that in several salons told her about the calls of the man who seemed Datsik and said that “he is free, and will come to do a test purchase”. Maslow added that while he could not complain to the police because she doesn’t have photos and video evidence, and personal stories of the victims. Now the woman is looking for the victims of the attacks and gives the girls a warning. Representatives of the “Silver rose” plan to use a screenshot from the page of Datsik and submit an application to the Investigative Committee.
The journalists were unable to obtain a comment from the nationalist and his lawyer Andrew Fedorkova.
Vyacheslav Datsik is a former MMA fighter. In may 2016, he together with his associates broke into the brothels on Vasilievsky island and in the Central district and drove to the streets naked sex workers with their clients, threatening with a tire iron. Also the man broke the door to the room of the St. Petersburg boutique hotel and pulled out the 30-year-old woman who managed to escape.
During one trial in the summer of 2017 Datsik beat up the guard and tried to escape, another time tried to eat one of the documents during familiarization with the materials of his craft.
In March 2018, he was sentenced to 3.5 years in prison for the massacres in brothels. On 25 February the Saint-Petersburg city court reviewed the sentence and ordered the release of convicted “in connection with punishment departure”, as the Statute of limitations on charges of assault and breaking into a home with the threat of violence. The next day the man was released.
Datsik previously been convicted for a series of armed attacks on cellular shops in St. Petersburg. During the hearing, he escaped from a mental hospital in Norway where he applied for political asylum, but he was extradited back to Russia. He spent in prison for five years and was released in March 2016. In June 2017, the European court of human rights (ECHR) awarded him five thousand euros, acknowledging the conditions of his detention unbearable.
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