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Discussion in 'Personal' started by nomad, May 17, 2019.
It's not. But it is a minimum of 20 years.
That’s longer than most sentences for full on murder.
I was wondering how old he is in the photographs as he looks about 13.
Obviously a person with very disturbing beliefs.
I hadn't realised, the nasty Nazi is also a paedophile...
Here's the story of the whistleblower:
A life sentence is not usually a whole life sentence as it helps behaviour to have the chance of release. However, if released, they are on a whole life licence and can be recalled to prison at any time. The most extreme crimes get a whole life sentence.
He only looks about 13. I bet he was groomed by hard line Nazis on the internet. He probably thought he would have an idyllic family life he followed their instructions.
Who's that fella who stands and reports live outside trials like this? Stephen Yaxley something or other? Was he there today then? No? I wonder why.
Two more neo nazis sentenced today:
19 year-old Michal Szewczuk, a Polish national in his first year of studying computer science at Portsmouth University, was jailed for four years and three months at the Old Bailey after pleading guilty to two counts of encouraging terrorism and five counts of possession of terrorist material, including the White Resistance Manual, The Anarchist Cookbook and the Al Qaeda Trading Manual.
18-year-old Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski, also of Polish descent, was given an 18-month detention and training order after pleading guilty to two charges of encouraging terrorism.
Judge Rebecca Poulet QC said the pair, who were both part of a group called the Sonnenkrieg Division, promoted the extreme violent ideology of right-wing groups inspired by racist and anti-Semitic neo-Nazism.
Considering what the Nazi's did to Poland, I have to wonder how pig-ignorant these two were to go anywhere near that hateful ideology.
I agree - but then I am equally baffled by the election of the current Polish government.
A Catholic Conservative government that appears to be a reaction to 50 years of dominance by a foreign, socialist, atheistic superpower?
Makes quite a bit of sense to me.
And that dominance ended over 30 years ago.
What a sick and twisted young man.
Why werent they sent back to Poland?
Because they are EU citizens. It is not entirely impossible to deport EU citizens, but at least one of the pair is a permanent resident of the UK (having been here for more than 5 years) and the hurdle is then very high: only serious grounds under public policy or public security will justify expulsion.
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