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Anti-Gay Russian Vigilante Group Kidnaps and Tortures Gay Exchange Student

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Another horrifying video has surfaced showing  members of  vigilante anti-gay Russian group “Occupy Pedophilia” harassing and assaulting a 20-year old South African, a student at Shukhov State Technological University:

In the 33-minute video, Smith has his hair shaved down the middle and painted green, insulted by a member of the Occupy Paedophilia gang, forced to kiss a watermelon and then has his head smashed with it.

The South African student is also forced to simulate oral sex on a beer bottle by the activists and made to perform the ‘bent thumb’ gesture – a mock version of the Facebook “like” sign which is an identification symbol among Occupy Paedophilia members.

The country of South Africa is irate and has demanded that Russia authorities investigate the incident and arrest those involved.

We demand an investigation as these perpetrators can easily be identified, as well as an explanation by the Russian authorities to the South African people,” the letter stated, according to South African newspaper The Star.

“This thing of paedophilia, that comes from the thugs and that is the excuse they use to justify their actions. They’re neo-Nazi skinheads, the paedophile thing is just a ruse. It’s a thinly veiled smokescreen for homophobic attacks,” said Pretoria lawyer Coenraad Kukkuk.

The letter also demands a travel warning to all South Africans of travel to the Russian Federation and the boycott of the 2014 Sochi Olympics.

Maxim Martsinkevich the leader of Occupy Pedophilia has fled Russia, fearing that he will face charges of “extremism, even though Russian authorities have not been looking for him in relation to any of the  atrocities that the group have committed.

You can watch the video posted by “Occupy Pedophilia” HERE but be warned it is highly disturbing and graphic.

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