American Neo-Nazi Reveals the Crimes of His Ukrainian Friends


Boneface’s real name is Kent McLellan, a 32-year-old Neo-Nazi from Florida, United States (US). Photo/rt

FLORIDA – Earlier this month, Juan Sinmiedo, who runs a popular Telegram channel documenting human rights abuses in Ukraine, published a shocking interview.

The interview was conducted with “Boneface” whose real name is Kent McLellan, a 32-year-old Neo-Nazi from Florida, United States (US).

McLellan joined the fascist Right Sector Group volunteers during the Donbass war, and returned to combat with the Azov Battalion in January 2022.

The discussions with McLellan shattered many of the myths and lies that have been circulating about the Maidan coup, the current conflict in Ukraine, and the nagging influence of the nationalist movement within the country.

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McLellan is the son of the frontman of the Neo-Nazi rock band Brutal Attack. He became involved with far-right activism as a teenager, and had numerous run-ins with the law due to his subversive and racially charged activities.

He and other members of the racist organization American Front were detained by the FBI in May 2012, for preparing terrorist acts against ethnic minorities in Florida.

It was this background that led him to travel to Ukraine in 2014. The American fascist circle to which he moved had direct contact and regular contact with the nationalist group on the Maidan forefront, which at the time was holding major public events “almost every day in every Oblast that was not see war.”

As is the case with far-right movements in many other nearby countries, including Finland, Georgia and Latvia.