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Britain Jails Couple Who Name Their Son After Hitler

Theresa May, British Prime Minister

A British couple, 38 year old Claudia Patatas and 22 year old Adam Thomas, have been convicted by the British court for naming their male child after Adolf Hitler. They were accused of being members of a banned far-right group, National Action.

The couple were convicted along with 27 year old Daniel Bogunovic, of being members of the banned organization belonging to late Hitler who was one of the most well-known and reviled political figures in history. As the leader of Nazi Germany, he orchestrated World War II and the Holocaust, events that led to the deaths of at least 40,000,000 people.

Three others have already pleaded guilty to membership of National Action, which was banned by the government after members of the group praised the murder of lawmaker Jo Cox by a Nazi-obsessed loner in 2016.

The court in Birmingham heard that Thomas and Patatas had given their baby the middle name “Adolf” to express their admiration for the leader of the Third Reich.

West Midlands Police posted pictures of the pair posing while holding their baby and a swastika flag. Thomas also posed in KKK robes with his son, and with a crossbow.

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Deb Walsh of the Crown Prosecution Service confirmed: “after National Action was banned it went underground and changed its name but it did not disappear.

“These members continued to believe in its racist neo-Nazi world view, remained in contact on encrypted messaging apps, and organized meetings to keep the group going.”

National Action is the first far-right group to be banned in Britain for decades. Far right parties have grown in much of Europe in the last few years; but in Britain they remain on the fringes of political life.

Local police chief Matt Ward said that the group had gathered weapons and researched how to make explosives.

“These individuals were not simply racist fantasists; we now know they were a dangerous, well-structured organization.

“Their aim was to spread neo-Nazi ideology by provoking a race war in the UK and they had spent years acquiring the skills to carry this out.”.

Source: NAN.