Police break up neo-Nazi gang

Poland Radio/March 16, 2015

Police have disclosed that 13 people have been arrested in Poland in a bid to break up a neo-Nazi gang.

Besides 'propagating totalitarianism,' the suspects also stand accused of inciting acts of destruction against property used by religious minorities.

One man is allegedly connected with an attempt to burn down a mosque in Gdansk, northern Poland.

Although actions against the gang began in May 1 2014, prosecutors and police have not divulged any information on the arrests until now.

The most recent arrests took place in recent days.

Besides leaflets promoting totalitarianism, police have seized fascist symbols, live ammunition and pneumatic weapons.

It has been claimed that the suspects are connected with the 'Blood and Honour' (Krew i Honor) nationalist group and its militia Combat18.

The group published a list of 'enemies' of the Polish race in 2006 on the Redwatch website, sparking widespread media coverage.

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