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One of the founders of Estonian �Night Patrol� has died

A leader of the antifascist movement, the well-known photographer Vladimir Studenetsky died suddenly in Estonia. On Friday at about 18:00 the photographer Vladimir Studenetsky, who was also one of the founders of the �Night Patrol� movement, died in his own home. The cause of his death has not yet been established.

A colleague of Studenetsky, the chairman of the Constitutional party of Estonia, Andrey Zarenkov has stated that he came home in the evening and started to complain of a pain in the chest and a probable cold.

The paramedics were called but he had died by the time they arrived. Studenetsky was 49 years of age.

Studenetsky was one of founders of the national movement �Night Patrol�. It was created last year to protect the monument to "the Bronze soldier" in the center of Tallin after Estonian radicals organized a number of provocations related to the monument.

Source: www.cpv.ru

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