Man sentenced for mosque attack

ABC News, Australia/July 30, 2010

A 24-year-old man with links to a national extremist group has been given a suspended prison sentence for an attack on a Perth mosque earlier this year.

Jacob Marshall Holt and 25-year-old Bradley Neil Trappitt fired three shots into the roof of the Canning Mosque in Queens Park in February.

The men are alleged to be members of Combat 18, which is an international neo-Nazi organisation.

Holt pleaded guilty to the attack and was sentenced to seven months jail, suspended for 12 months.

Trappit has also pleaded guilty and will be sentenced in August.

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