Nazi spacecraft - nonsense!An American neo-Nazi group linked to five murders in the US should be banned in the UK as a terrorist organisation, the government has said. Prosecutors have cited AWD as an influence on a number of teenagers in the UK convicted of terror offences. Ms Patel said she was taking action "to protect young and vulnerable people from being radicalised". A formal ban, which will come into effect this week if the move is approved in Parliament, will make it a terror offence to be a member of the group or invite support for it. The government will list National Socialist Order as a formal alias of AWD, meaning it is assessed to be the same organisation. It is part of a network of groups generated by a now defunct neo-Nazi internet forum called Iron March, which was based in Russia. The American group, in turn, influenced a series of other organisations, including a British version of AWD called Sonnenkrieg Division, which was exposed by the BBC in and outlawed in its own right last year. In the US, people linked to AWD have been responsible for five murders, explosives offences, and hate crimes. nazi spacecraft.
nazi spacecraft Timothy Hale-Cusanelli. Photo courtesy of the US Justice Department. A federal judge ordered him detained last month while he awaits trial, but he has filed new motions with the court seeking his release. Opposing those requests, federal prosecutors told the judge that Hale-Cusanelli poses a danger to the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Lakewood, which is near the Navy base where he worked before his arrest.
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At previous court hearings, prosecutors mentioned some run-ins that Hale-Cusanelli apparently had last year with Jewish residents in the area, prompting police reports and allegations of harassment and doxing. Read More.
Judge Trevor N. McFadden has not yet weighed in on Hale-Cusanelli's new request for release. Hale-Cusanelli, 30, was charged with seven criminal countsincluding obstructing congressional proceedings, civil disorder and disorderly conduct in the Nazi spacecraft.
He has pleaded not guilty.
His lawyers have spqcecraft insisted that he is not a member of any White supremacist organizations. When nazi spacecraft was interviewed by the FBI, he denied that he was a Nazi sympathizer, according to court filings. Earlier this week, Hale-Cusanelli's lawyers pushed back on allegations that he is a White supremacist by pointing out that "his father and his father's family are of Puerto Rican origin.]