October 25, 2007

Neo-Nazis jailed in Scotland and Sweden

Nazi thug is jailed

A neo-nazi who failed to carry out community service has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.

John Montgomery, of Hillside Road, told Greenock socialist activists a Browning pistol was waiting for them outside his house. He was then caught with a host of material from the banned white supremacist group, Combat 18, including posters tacked up on his walls and business cards which he had tried to hand out in Greenock town centre.

The 20-year-old was caught by police after failing to withhold his number when he made the malicious calls in April last year.

Fiscal deputy Nadine Dormer yesterday told the court how he then shouted and swore at police officers outside Harwoods nightclub, in Dalrymple Street, at 11.20pm. He was sentenced to 250 hours community service, but had only completed 13 when he appeared yesterday.

Sheriff John Herald jailed him for 30 months. He said the material was repulsive and added: “What you did goes beyond any freedom of expression. These two people whose choices of politics you did not like found themselves subjected to threats of violence.”

Greenock Telegraph

Two jailed for Nazi demo attack

Two men with neo-Nazi connections have been given lengthy jail sentences for their involvement in a knife attack during a clash between right and left wing extremists in Stockholm last month, Dagens Nyheter reports.

A 22-year-old man has been sentenced to six years in prison for attempted murder, while a 32-year-old man has been given two years as an accessory to the attack.

The younger man was convicted despite denying that he had stabbed a 20-year-old man in the neck. The 22-year-old is a member of the extreme right-wing group Svenska MotstÄndsrörelse ('Swedish Resistance Movement'), according to Dagens Nyheter. Fighting broke out when the neo-Nazi group was attacked by left-wing counter-demonstrators.

The 32-year-old man admitted to having a neo-Nazi past but claimed that he had left the ideology behind him. He said that he just happened to be walking through the Slussen area on September 1st when he noticed the demonstration.

He had recently been given granted conditional release from prison, where he was serving a nine year sentence for an attack that resulted in the death of a dark-skinned man on New Year's Eve in 1999. He will now serve the remaining two years of that sentence along with a further two years for encouraging the 22-year-old to stab an anti-fascist demonstrator.

There was no forensic proof tying the men to the crime. The court instead based its verdict on the testimony of a man who claimed to have witnessed the attack and heard the 32-year-old shout at the younger man to stab the victim.

The men have been ordered to pay the 20-year-old 109,000 kronor in damages.

The Local

3 comments:

Old Sailor said...

So - the "master race" ain't intelligent, or sober enuf, to with hold his ID when making Nutzie telephone calls.

And is that stupid that when he is awarded a community service punishment, wot he evades, is not quick witted enuf to find an even half plausible excuse.

Reminds me of that classic episode of "Chelmsford 123" when the Icini nut case (= Old time Nutzie ?) puts his name and address on a scroll demanding a ransom for the govenure's (SIC)wife and child.

With proponants of this caliber the BNP has the flight path of a DC10 with three engines flamed out.

Like a Brick !!!!

Anonymous said...

The sad thing is, BNP neo-nutzis seem to get away with offenses that others would get jailed for, which makes some of us ask serious questions about state protection in regards to some BNP members.

After all, the BNP's Islamophobia did indeniably help shore up public opinion behind the war of terror, helping out New Labour and George Bush, for which, some conspiracy theorists say, they are being aptly rewarded by collapsed trials and leniant sentences not afforded to other nutzis.

So much for the hypocritical BNP disliking Tony Blair, when their hatred and bile helped keep him in power, lol.

Mr Fister said...

Interesting story this, as he was actually arrested in a rubbish dump with two young boys in a "state of undress".

Needless to say he was actually a BPP member.