Published: Tue, September 12, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Three men charged with terror offences in neo-Nazi probe

Three men charged with terror offences in neo-Nazi probe

The three - Alexander Deakin, 22, from Birmingham, England; Mikko Vehvilainen, 32, from Powys, Wales and Mark Barrett, 24, with an address in Gaza Crescent, Dhekelia Garrison, Southern Cyprus - will appear at Westminster Magistrates Court.

Just three months after the ban, however, anti-extremist campaign group Hope not Hate reported National Action was carrying on its activity "in all but name and poses a serious terrorist threat".

Two British soldiers have been charged with terror offences and membership of a banned right-wing group.

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The charges came after a number of people were detained by officers from West Midlands Police Counter Terrorism Unit last week.

The organisation, linked to the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, was described by the Home Office as "virulently racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic" and eager to see the United Kingdom embroiled in a "violent race war".

They are among five people, four of them soldiers serving in the British Army, arrested last week.

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Meanwhile, Deakin, from Great Barr, Birmingham, is charged with one count of being a member of National Action.

The force said two 24-year-old men, one from man from Northampton and one from Ipswich, were released without charge on Saturday following inquiries.

Vehvilainen also faces a charge of possessing information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism, also under the 2000 act. He faces a separate charge of inciting racial hatred over allegations concerning National Action stickers posted at a Birmingham university campus in July past year.

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