This video from England says about itself:
MacIntyre Undercover – Chelsea Headhunters [a football hooligan gang in London]
Chelsea Headhunters were infiltrated by investigative reporter Donal MacIntyre for this documentary screened on the BBC on November 9, 1999, in which MacIntyre posed as a wannabe-member of the Chelsea Headhunters. He even had a Chelsea tattoo applied to himself for authenticity. He confirmed the racist elements to the Headhunters and their links to Combat 18, including one top-ranking member who had been imprisoned on one occasion for possession of material related to the Ku Klux Klan. In 2000, Jason Marriner, a member of the Chelsea Headhunters was sentenced to six years in prison for his part in organising a fight with supporters of a rival team, based on evidence captured by Donal MacIntyre and his team. This programme led to arrests and several convictions.
From the British Broadcasting Corporation:
Thursday, 18 June 2009 16:09 UK
Combat 18 slogans daubed on plot
“A considerable amount of damage has been done to the graves.”
A PSNI spokeswoman said officers were not aware of the attack, but added they would follow up any reports made.
See also here.
Anti-fascist and human rights campaigners are to stage a demonstration in London tomorrow to condemn the sickening race attacks in Belfast which have forced over 100 Romanian immigrants to flee their homes: here.
Homophobia and racism on rise in Northern Ireland, survey shows: here.
British Labour Party in Northern Ireland? See here.
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