From the paper of Cardoso posted by Gail T on anthrogenica we have:
JX297145 is interesting because probably is a new subclade of K1a1b1, perhaps with the Coding Region mutation 5742T. It has also the mutations 3107del, 16278T and a back mutation in 16224T!, already known from the Basque country.
We have on Mitosearch a Russian (from German descent), unfortunately tested only for HVRI, with 16224C.
Also this subclade of K1a1b1 is then European, like all the others, except the discussed Jewish K1a1b1a.