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Rookie officer convicted of belonging to neo-Nazi terrorist organisation

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Rookie officer convicted of belonging to neo-Nazi terrorist organisation

Rookie officer convicted of belonging to neo-Nazi terrorist organisation

Commander Richard Smith, head of the Met's Counter-Terrorism command, says he was shocked to discover that rookie police officer Benjamin Hannam was a member of the banned neo-Nazi group National Action.


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A rookie has become the first British police officer to be convicted of belonging to a neo-Nazi terrorist organisation.Pc Ben Hannam, 22, was found guilty of membership of banned right-wing extremist group National Action (NA) following a trial at the Old Bailey.

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British police officer, 22, jailed for four years for belonging to neo-Nazi terror group

A British police officer convicted of belonging to a neo-Nazi terrorist group has been jailed for four years and four months.
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Neo-Nazi police officer jailed for membership of banned group [Video]

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Ben Hannam, 22, the first British police officer to be convicted of belonging to a neo-Nazi terrorist group, has been jailed for four years and four months at the Old Bailey.

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