Founder of aggressive neo-Nazi group created with aim of inspiring race war in Great Britain was imprisoned for eight and half years.
Alex Davis, described in court as “the largest Nazi of a lot”, was found guilty of be a member of National Action (NA) after being banned by the UK government.
Davis, 27, from Swansea set up “succession groupNS131 with aim of bypass the ban, brought in after n.d. posted “congratulatory” tweets after murder of MP Joe Cox.
At the Old Bailey in London, Judge Mark Dennis QC told Davis: “You are smart and educated young man, but you held on, over Period of long years, perverted and shocking prejudices.
The referee said that by restarting NA with abbreviation NS131, Davis tried to hide group in “landing place”. He said: “This was a well-planned and determined attempt to break the ban. on activity of National Action and continue to promote and strive to achieve long-standing goals.”
Members of North America Armed with machetes, swords, firearms and crossbows as they plotted a “white jihad” across the UK. One person tied with in group was imprisoned for planning kill deputy, and the other was in close contact with man in jail for racist machete attack.
On trial in Winchester, Davis was described by the prosecution as “founder, galvanizer, recruiter… extremist extremist.”