This July 2018 video from the USA says about itself:
‘Aryan Brotherhood‘ ties found in Texas crime ring bust
Several accused of being part of a white supremacy group will go before a Hays County judge Thursday. 18 people were indicted on a range of charges in a Central Texas crime ring bust.
Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:
The police in Germany have raided people who are suspected of right-wing extremism in twelve towns. They are said to have had plans to carry out attacks on foreigners.
The raids were in the states of Schleswig-Holstein, Hessen and Lower Saxony. The suspects are between 19 and 57 years old. During the searches, weapons, drugs and hard disks were seized.
According to the German media, one of the suspects is Bernd T. He is known as violent and has founded an extreme right-wing group in the Kassel area in the past.
That group was banned in 2015 and T. then moved to Bad Segeberg in Schleswig-Holstein. There he founded a new extreme right-wing organization, Aryan Circle Germany, last year.
Posing with symbols
The other suspects are also said to be members of Aryan Circle Germany. There are pictures on which they pose with symbols of the group. The police are still investigating what role they play within the organization. …
Last month a right-wing extremist attacked two sisha bars in the city of Hanau. Nine people were killed in that attack.
It was the third attack in Germany in a short time with a right-wing radical background. CDU politician Walter Lübcke was shot by a right-wing extremistlast June. In October a heavily armed man with explosives tried to invade a synagogue in Halle.
German authorities press charges in Lübcke murder case. By Dietmar Gaisenkersting, 6 May 2020. The neo-Nazi Stephan Ernst is accused of having shot leading Christian Democratic politician Walter Lübcke in cold blood on the terrace of his home on the night of June 2, 2019.
U.S. Right-Wing Extremists Killed 330 People In Last Decade” [HuffPost]
USA: Five members of neo-Nazi Atomwaffen Division arrested for targeting US journalists: here.
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