A Vilnius court sentenced on Friday a 21-year-old man who affiliates himself with a far-right extremist group to two years and four months in prison for an attempted terror act in the Lithuanian capital. Gediminas Berzinskas has already spent almost a year in custody and he will have to serve another year and a half behind bars. Judge Jurgita Macionyte said Vilnius Regional Court found Berzinskas guilty of plotting a terror act, illegal possession of explosives and a firearm, and attempting to commit a crime. He was sentenced to three and a half years of imprisonment in a correctional facility for these crimes. Since the case was examined under an expedited procedure, the prison term was reduced by one-third. (…) Berzinskas was detained on October 15, 2019 as part of a special operation. He was charged with placing a home-made bomb outside a Western Union office in Vilnius and spray-painting “FK Division”, “Siege” and a swastika on the building’s wall on October 6. Searches at his home found powerful ready-to-detonate explosives and other chemicals that can be used to make improvised explosive devices, as well as an improvised firearm and extremist and nationalist symbols and literature. According to law-enforcement, Berzinskas affiliates himself with the far-right extremist group Feuerkrieg Division.
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