Violent foreigner survived lynching in Quintana Roo

Aleksei Makeev has a track record of violence and assault in native-Russia and abroad
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20/05/2017
19:09
Newsroom
Cancún, Quintana Roo
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Only last December, Aleksei Makeev was imprisoned in Mexico given his violent behavior against Mexican citizens, whom he assaulted and insulted in the streets as attested by the youtube videos he uploaded and where he extended his attacks with verbal offenses amidst swastika decor painted in his bald head, as well as his home walls.

At the time of his imprisonment, he had his permit of residence cancelled and was forced to leave the country, however, Makeev appealed the resolution and managed to stay in Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico as a permanent resident.

After a couple of months of insults and aggressions to the Cancún community, the #LordNaziRuso, or the "Nazi-Russian Lord" as he has been tagged by Cancún residents, Makeev was arrested for his violent behavior and was then released for having the status of permanent resident, as confirmed by the State's Attorney General Office (PGR).

Makeev had verbally offended several woman and children and published his offenses in his social media, while wearing military clothes and Nazi memorabilia. Last night, an angry mob headed to Makeev's home to have him arrested and to demand his deportation. 

When trying to get him out of his house, the mob was received with an army knife that took the life of a 20-year-old man who was stabbed several times by Makeev. Municipal authorities confirmed the dead of the man upon arrival to the local hospital.

Makeev then tried to escape by climbing to his rooftop, where he was stoned by the mob and resulted severely injured. Local police removed Makeev from the scene, while authorities confirmed that he remains stable upon his arrival to the local hospital. 

Makeev's violent track records go back to the Russian city of Elektrostal, where the community then denounced aggression to children and elders on his behalf. 

According to the Russian website, Sputnik, Makeev was subjected to a medical revision by Russian authorities and was forced to spend a month under observation in a psychiatric hospital. The Russian Ministry of Interior reported that Makeev escaped Russia to Egypt in 2007 where he worked as a diving instructor. He then moved to Spain, where according to Makeev himself, he was deported and came to Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Once in Cancún, Makeev drew attention for the youtube videos he posted noting his hatred of Mexicans and for the insults he would hurl in the streets such as "Mexicans stink. We will hang all of them soon."

Cancún residents have published a petition in change.org to have Makeev deported, so far the 5 thousand signees have participated.

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