Investigators have completed probe into two Russian men over publishing photos of Nazi criminals on the website of the Immortal Regiment movement, the Investigative Committee’s press service reports. Cases of Kemerovo resident Dmitry Borodayenko and Perm resident Daniil Shestakov have been sent for indicting to the Prosecutor General’s Office. According to investigators, not later than May 6, Borodayenko published a photo of Adolf Hitler on the website of the Immortal Regiment movement while Shestakov posted a photo of Andrey Vlasov, a Russian Red Army General, who had defected to Nazi Germany after being captured during World War II, there not later than May 5. During pretrial investigation the both men pleaded guilty, the statement reads. In mid-May, investigative authorities opened criminal cases after finding out that photographs of Nazi criminals were published on websites of the Immortal Regiment movement.

via rapsinews: Probe into two men accused of Nazi photo publishing on Immortal Regiment site complete