Buriat-Mongolian youth killed in Moscow by Russian skinheads and neonazis

On 22 September, Sambuev Bayar Dashidonkovich, 23 year resident of Buriat Autonomous Republic of Russia was attacked in area close to subway station " Sevastopolskya" in Moscow by unknown assailants. About 100 meters away from the place where he lives, he was stabbed nine times. He was able to reach entrance of the apartment and go up to 4th floor. However, he died of blood loss before ambulance has arrived.

He was buried in Ulaan-Ude, capital of the republic on 28 September, 2009. According to witnesses, nothing was stolen from the victim. Money, cell phone and valuables were with him. Father of the victim, Dashidondok Sambuev said there is every reason to believe the attack was motivated by racial hatred and by Russian skinheads. This is proven by the fact that nothing was taken from the victim and there were several assailants.

"he is not the first to be killed by these cold-blooded people which kills because you look different. Something needs to be done.Needs to go to press so authorities take some measures and society is warned" wrote Dashidondok Sambuev, father of the victim in www.buriyatia.org (site of buriad mongolians).

He was born in 1986 in village of Barguzin of Buryatia and and graduated East-Siberian Technical University. A year ago went to live and work in Moscow and was planning to intern in San-Francisco.



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