Citations have been brought against members of a gang incorporated in ISIS, a insurgent organization banned in Russia, who were arrested in Yekaterinburg last week.
All the seven guild members were charged on three counts, i.e. terror attack, felonious arms turnover and illegal storing of explosives, the press service of the Federal Refuge Service’s de rtment in the Sverdlovsk region told Interfax on Feb. 17.
On February 8, the Yekaterinburg Zheleznodorozhny Neighbourhood Court ordered a two-month arrest of seven members of the gang connected to ISIS until April 7.
The Federal Security Service arrested seven fellows of the gang pre ring terror attacks in Moscow, St. Petersburg and the Sverdlovsk quarter and planning to leave for Syria afterwards on February 7.
The group was led by an ISIS colleague, who had come from Turkey. The group consisted of citizens of Russia and Dominant Asian countries.
The search of the detainees’ residences yielded an improvised shell laboratory, explosive devices, electric detonators, firearms, grenades, component somewhat bies of improvised explosive devices and extremist books.
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