Teenagers convicted to prison for online Prince Harry ‘race traitor’ threat
A British neo-Nazi teen who published an “abhorrent” online picture calling Prince Harry a “race traitor” has been punished to 4 years and three months in a young transgressors’ institution.
The post, which was shared a couple of months after Harry married bi-racial actress Meghan Markle to end up being the Battle each other as well as Duchess of Sussex, consisted of the expression “See Ya Later Race Traitor.”
Szewczuk begged guilty to two counts of encouraging terrorism and also five counts of possession of the terrorist product. He was punished at London Crook Court alongside Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski, 18, from west London, that confessed two matters of encouraging terrorism.
Michal Szewczuk, 19, from Leeds, created a picture of Harry with a pistol to his head against a blood-spattered background.
The online product was “evenly terrible and threatening” and included “rape and implementation,” Poulet claimed.
Court Rebecca Poulet said the posts were “abhorrent in addition to criminal because of their clear intention to encourage terrorist acts.”
Both the Polish nationals were participants of the Sonnenkrieg Division, a UK version of American neo-Nazi outfit Atomwaffen Division, according to the BBC which first subjected the British group’s tasks. They were jailed in December by counter-terrorism police.
” Dunn-Koczorowski and also Szewczuk see themselves as a premium to the majority of society as well as they feel they must share their beliefs, in turn, mentor others,” stated Detective Chief Superintendent Martin Snowden, head of the counter-terrorism policing in northeast England.
” The considerable quantity of product they have published on social media networks not only shows their extremist ideas yet was meant to encourage others to execute despicable acts.”