Two teenagers charged with terrorism offences after a British neo-Nazi group threatened to shoot Prince Harry for being a ‘race traitor’
- Two teens were arrested after police investigated a threat against Prince Harry
- They have both been charged with offences including encouraging terrorism
- A propaganda image shows a picture of Harry with a pistol pointed at his head
Two teenagers have been charged with terrorism offences after they were arrested by police investigating a neo-Nazi group that posted an online threat against Prince Harry.
An 18-year-old man from Portsmouth faces five charges of encouraging terrorism and three of disseminating terrorist publications.
Meanwhile, a 17-year-old boy from London faces five charges of encouraging terrorism.
Two teenage boys have been charged with terrorism offences after police launched an investigation into a neo-Nazi group that called for Prince Harry (pictured at Dominion Theatre, London) to be shot
They have both been bailed to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
Counter Terrorism Policing North East said the pre-planned operation was part of an ongoing investigation into extreme right-wing activity.
It is understood a neo-Nazi group named the Sonnenkrieg Division is included in the investigation.
One propaganda image shows a picture of Harry with a pistol pointed at his head and the words ‘see ya later race traitor’.
The poster is believed to be referencing the Prince’s marriage to Meghan.
Other swastika-branded images show praise for mass murderer Anders Breivik and an affection for the noose.
A 21-year-old man from Bath, who was also arrested in the operation, has been released on bail pending further enquiries.
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