Satanic sect leader gets prison term

The leader of a satanic sect that practiced orgies as part of the initiation of adepts has received a 20-month prison term.

Aleksandr Kazakov, 25, was found guilty of creating an organization that violated human and civil rights, and of indecent actions directed at a minor. His right-hand man, Denis Danshin, 23, received a year-and-half suspended term.

The sect named “Nobilis Ordo Diaboli” — or the “Noble Order of the Devil” — was engaged in the secret worshiping of Satan in the republic of Mordovia in central Russia since 2003.

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