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Sunday, 12 September 2010

swoops on a neo-Nazi group that has infiltrated jailed right-wingers

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swoops on a neo-Nazi group that has infiltrated jailed right-wingers to prepare them for violence when back on the outside took place across Germany yesterday.The targets of the raid were offices and homes of the officials of the Aid Organisation for National Political Prisoners and their Dependants. The HNG, as it is known, is believed to have begun organising violent neo-Nazis serving jail terms for hate crimes, assault and possession of illegal weapons.Interior Ministry Secretary Klaus-Dieter Fritsche said: "Today's searches will show whether our suspicions are confirmed and the HNG is positioned against constitutional order in an aggressively violent manner.

"Our findings lead us to the belief the HNG's goal is to network and strengthen the fragmented neo-Nazi scene.

"It acts against the social cohesion of Germany and we cannot tolerate this."

The HNG was founded in 1979 and has a core membership of around 600 with triple that number regarded as sympathisers.

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