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Topic - Igor Gurevich
Renowned for their sword-fighting prowess and notorious for their anti-Semitism in czarist Russia, the Cossacks are taking on new foes: beggars, drunks and improperly parked cars.
Mr. Gurevich's group, which he said numbers up to 85, has patrolled southwestern Moscow with police approval for the past year, and has brought about 35 arrests.
Mr. Gurevich said, in reference to the star of "Walker, Texas Ranger."