Russian man charged over Muller photo on Immortal Regiment website
MOSCOW, May 22 (RAPSI) – Charges of rehabilitation of Nazism were brought against resident of Volgograd Denis Vorontsov, who had allegedly published a photo of chief of Hitler's Gestapo Heinrich Muller on the website of the Immortal Regiment movement, the press service of Russia’s Investigative Committee reports.
During interrogation Vorontsov denied his guilt. However, his involvement was confirmed by the findings, the statement reads.
According to investigators, in early May, Vorontsov published the photo of Muller on the patriotic website giving him a Russian name. Later, the photo was demonstrated during the online translation of the Immortal Regiment event.
A case was opened over rehabilitation of Nazism.