Italian Police Dismantle An Anti Semitic And Racist Group This Monday

Italian police dismantle an anti-Semitic and racist group. The investigated group is made up of 12 people, one of them a woman who won the “Miss Hitler” award.

The Italian police have dismantled this Monday a small group that spread anti-Semitic and racist ideas on social networks and is investigating twelve alleged neo-Nazis , including a woman who was chosen “Miss Hitler” in a Russian contest.

The group also carried out “planning activities, still in an embryonic state, of a specific action against a NATO structure that involved explosive devices manufactured with instructions found on the internet and with the collaboration of some militants who belonged to similar foreign associations, active in Portugal, “according to the police.

Violent actions
The investigation by the Rome prosecutor’s office began at the end of 2019 and examined the activities of the group “Ordine Ario Romano” which has members between 26 and 62 years old . The group published on Facebook and on a Russian social network, VK, texts, videos and images of racist, anti-Semitic and denial content, the police said in a statement.

In addition, it brought to light “an initiation to commit violent actions against people of Jewish origin and foreign citizens,” the text indicates. Among those investigated is a Milanese woman who in 2019 won the “Miss Hitler” beauty contest, organized by the Russian social network VK, the Agi press agency reported.

Italian police dismantle an anti-Semitic and racist group. The investigated group is made up of 12 people, one of them a woman who won the “Miss Hitler” award.

The Italian police have dismantled this Monday a small group that spread anti-Semitic and racist ideas on social networks and is investigating twelve alleged neo-Nazis , including a woman who was chosen “Miss Hitler” in a Russian contest.

The group also carried out “planning activities, still in an embryonic state, of a specific action against a NATO structure that involved explosive devices manufactured with instructions found on the internet and with the collaboration of some militants who belonged to similar foreign associations, active in Portugal, “according to the police.

Violent actions
The investigation by the Rome prosecutor’s office began at the end of 2019 and examined the activities of the group “Ordine Ario Romano” which has members between 26 and 62 years old . The group published on Facebook and on a Russian social network, VK, texts, videos and images of racist, anti-Semitic and denial content, the police said in a statement.

In addition, it brought to light “an initiation to commit violent actions against people of Jewish origin and foreign citizens,” the text indicates. Among those investigated is a Milanese woman who in 2019 won the “Miss Hitler” beauty contest, organized by the Russian social network VK, the Agi press agency reported.

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