They were willing to “wage war against the invader” Muslim. Five members of a neo-Nazi cell Franche-Comté, dismantled last year, were sentenced Friday in Vesoul (Haute-Saône) to prison terms ranging from 3 months to 2 years.
In May 2014, this small group that believes in “resistance to this company that wants to destroy the white race” was found in the viewfinder of justice after ostensibly displayed on the Internet, Kalashnikov in hand and hooded head . Many arrests and several indictments took place after successful raids.
The baseball bats, brass knuckles, hoods, a bust of Adolf Hitler or a copy of Mein Kampf had been found the homes of those who called themselves “Blood & amp; Honour C18 “(Blood and Honour Combat 18).
The men were monitored for nearly two years by the cell National survey of the gendarmerie in charge of extremist groups. They were sentenced for having organized or participated in a “battle group”, for damage to property, mostly by tags, in Haute-Saône, in the Doubs, and for “provocation” to racial hatred or violence.
During the searches, however, guns were not found. And if they had “no concrete project of deadly attack,” their behavior was “somewhat dangerous for the image of the Republic,” said the president of the criminal court in Vesoul, Fernand Kato.
The most severe sentences, 18, 20 and 24 months firm, have been reserved to the three leaders of the group, aged 29, 30 and 44. The one who copped the heaviest sentence was condemned by default: it is still the subject of an arrest warrant. Two others were sentenced to six months suspended sentence
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