The United Kingdom has convicted Benjamin Hanam, a police officer, of being a neo-Nazi in a leading decision in that state. The 22-year-old, Hannum, has been expelled from the London Metropolitan Police and will face a prison sentence on 23 April after being found guilty of belonging to a Nazi-Nazi group and possessing far-flung material. , Including a manifesto of Norway’s mass murderer. In 2011, Anders Breivik, author of an attack against a colony of young Social Democrats in Utoya (Norway) that killed 77 people, reported the web portal laultimahora.es this Sunday.
Police officer Hannam, a trainee of the Metropolitan Police, has been prosecuted by a London Old Bailey court, demonstrating his ties to National Action, a neo-Nazi organization banned in 2016 when he assassinated British Joe Cox Praised, Labor MP who was stabbed to death in 2016 by a neo-Nazi.
Scotland Yard counter-terrorism officer Richard Smith clarified that Hannam’s first action took place in early 2016 with the National Action Date – half a year before the neo-Nazi group was ousted – but insisted that Branch NS131 continued after her involvement with the group, and restrictions with her. However, Hannam lied to the Metropolitan Police by hiding that information in both the application and evaluation process.
He warned that if we were not aware of his interest then he could file correctly. Investigators unearthed Hanam’s relationship with the neo-Nazi group in 2020 last year – linked to the extreme right, after the leaking of a database of members of the Internet Forum, the ‘Iron March’, in which the perpetrator published under a pseudonym Had done – ‘Anglisk’ – and was arrested the same year at his home, where investigators found, among other materials, a notebook in reference to National Action, a guide on the use of knives and weapons, and Breivik’s manifesto .