The judge in a lawsuit against two British neo-Nazis found clear words for the deeds of the two defendants, calling them "repugnant" and "criminal."
Against Oskar D.-K., 18 years, and Michal S., 19, was imprisoned. They belonged to a group called the "Sun War Division" and spurred on the net to racism. At S, the investigators found material such as a "Resistance Manual" for white racists and a handbook by the Islamist terrorist network al Quaida.
S. had also insulted and threatened Prince Harry. A few months after the Royal had married US actress Meghan Markle, who also has African roots, S. wrote in August 201
p. has therefore been sentenced by a London court to four years and three months in prison.
p. He was guilty of two counts of incitement to terrorism and five counts of possession of terrorist material.
Oskar D. has been jailed for 18 months for incitement to terrorism.
Judge Rebecca Poulet ruled that both men had called for "terrible acts of violence against others for reasons that can never be understood by any honest individual."
Terror investigator Martin Snowden told the BBC that Both teenagers felt socially superior – and considered it their duty to convince others of their racism.