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Six suspected members of banned neo-Nazi terrorist group National Action arrested

The five men from Cambridge, Banbury, Wolverhampton, Leicester and Stockport – and a woman from Banbury – were detained by police. All six are being held at a police station in the West Midlands.

Police said the suspects, aged between 21 and 37, were detained under Section 41 of the Terrorism Act. A number of properties are being searched in connection with the arrests.


Neo-Nazi arrests: British Army soldiers charged with terror offences

In a statement, West Midlands Police said the arrests were “pre-planned and intelligence led,” and insisted there is no threat to public safety.

National Action became the UK’s first-ever neo-Nazi terrorist group to be banned in the UK when the government outlawed it in December 2016.

Read more at: https://www.rt.com/uk/414882-nazi-national-action-arrest/

Soldier charged with being member of banned neo-Nazi group ‘had mass killer Anders Breivik’s manifesto’

Two British soldiers have appeared in court charged with terror offences over their alleged membership of banned neo-Nazi group National Action.

Lance Corporal Mikko Vehvilainen and Private Mark Barrett are accused along with Alexander Deakin of being part of the proscribed organisation.

They were allegedly all members of a chat group exchanging racist messages, including plans for a white-only Britain and a race war.

Vehvilainen is also charged with possessing a document containing information likely to be useful for terrorism and publishing material which is threatening, abusive or insulting.

He allegedly posted comments on the website Christogenea.org intending to stir up racial hatred and had a copy of 2083: A European Declaration of Independence by Andrew Berwick (Anders Breivik), the far-right terrorist who massacred 77 in Norway in 2011.

Private Mark Barrett, 24, under his coat, is driven into court
(Image: Daily Mirror)

The 32-year-old is also

Read more at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/soldier-charged-being-member-banned-11154534

Soldier charged with being member of banned neo-Nazi group ‘had …

Two British soldiers have appeared in court charged with terror offences over their alleged membership of banned neo-Nazi group National Action.

Lance Corporal Mikko Vehvilainen and Private Mark Barrett are accused along with Alexander Deakin of being part of the proscribed organisation.

They were allegedly all members of a chat group exchanging racist messages, including plans for a white-only Britain and a race war.

Vehvilainen is also charged with possessing a document containing information likely to be useful for terrorism and publishing material which is threatening, abusive or insulting.

He allegedly posted comments on the website Christogenea.org intending to stir up racial hatred and had a copy of 2083: A European Declaration of Independence by Andrew Berwick (Anders Breivik), the far-right terrorist who massacred 77 in Norway in 2011.

Private Mark Barrett, 24, under his coat, is driven into court
(Image: Daily Mirror)

The 32-year-old is also

Read more at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/soldier-charged-being-member-banned-11154534

Army corporal accused of belonging to banned neo-Nazi group with two others ‘had pepper spray and Norway mass …

  • Two soldiers and another man accused of being part of banned National Action
  • Charges against one soldier include having terrorist document and Breivik book
  • The only civilian defendant, 22, tells court he is a ‘prisoner of conscience’

Richard Spillett, Crime Correspondent For Mailonline

Read the notorious article that got psychiatrists banned from discussing public figures

In 1964, Fact magazine — an often provocative, outlandish political publication — sent a survey questionnaire to all 12,356 members of the American Psychiatric Association, asking: “Do you believe Barry Goldwater is psychologically fit to serve as president of the United States?”

About half the 2,400 psychiatrists who responded said either Goldwater — the Republican candidate for president, who was rumored to have had nervous breakdowns — was fit for the office or they didn’t know enough to make a call.

The other half? Hoo boy. Let’s just say they had a lot of opinions and theories about his mental inadequacy they were not afraid to share. Here are a few of their comments:

How Many Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. Have Been Carried Out by Immigrants from the 7 Banned Muslim Countries?

On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a controversial executive order that suspended entry of all refugees to the United States for 120 days, barred Syrian refugees indefinitely, and blocked entry into the U.S. for 90 days for citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

The ban has sparked outrage, fear and protests across America and the globe. Some have also called into question its legality, pointing to the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which banned all discrimination against immigrants on the basis of national origin. On Saturday, federal judges in New York and Boston barred officials from deporting some refugees who found themselves affected by Trump’s order in the midst of traveling.

According to the order as supplied by the White House, the ban aims to “protect the American people from terrorist attacks by

Read more at: http://people.com/politics/donald-trump-refugee-muslim-ban-terrorist-attack-us-statistics/