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Polish NOP invites British Nazi speakers - Searchlight Magazine


Polish NOP invites British Nazi speakers - Searchlight Magazine: Among the audience was Piers Mellor, an Australian Nazi living in London who took part in a Moscow-inspired anti-Ukrainian protest in March 2015 and an “anti-Jewification” demonstration in Whitehall on 4 July 2015 organised by the Nazi activist Eddy Stampton.

Bedford-Turner was recently informed by the Crown Prosecution Service that he would not face prosecution for the violently anti-Jewish speech he made at the Whitehall protest, which was also attended by Arkadiusz Rzepinski, the NOP’s UK leader. Rzepinski and Mellor also took part in a Nazi demonstration against the European Union on 11 July. It is unclear whether Bedford-Turner has been investigated for his speeches outside the Greek and US embassies in London where he advocated violence.

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