the Two men, 24 and 28 years old – sentenced by Södertörn district court for incitement to racial hatred. After a fotbollsderby at the Tele2 arena on 10 september 2017, the two men, who are members of the NMR, to the subway at Blåsut. It was a lot of people on the site when, according to the judgment made Hitlerhälsningar on a number of occasions.
In court, the two nazis claimed that they only waved to one other person. But the court referred to the testimony of a police officer who was on site and was alerted on the two nazi heilande of a colleague. The police decided to intervene against the two men.
”There is no reason to believe that he intentionally provided false information,” writes the law in the judgment. In case law it is also possible to read that it is not, nor is there ”any reason to believe that he would have mistaken vinkningar” for Hitlerhälsningar, with reference to the police.
also for other offences. The police found two days earlier, on 8 september 2017, two cans of pepper sprays, a knife and a baseball bat when the 24-year-old was stopped for a check. The nazis claimed that he had not had any knowledge of the pepparsprejen. The knife, he meant that he used in the job. Basebollträet low in the car along with a football and a holdall, and the 24-year-old said that he used it to play rounders.
the Right judge the man for possession of pepparsprejerna. The court deems that there is no other reasonable explanation than that he knowingly possessed them.
for the possession of pepper sprays and a knife on another occasion, on January 3, 2018.
The 28-year-old nazi also acknowledge that he spat a security guard in the face in connection with that the guard would dispose of 28-year-old for intoxication the February 11, 2018. Therefore, sentenced the man for förgripelse against the official.
The 24-year-old nazi is sentenced to 14 days in jail, and 28-year-old gets probation and has to pay 40 day fines of sek 50 each.
the 24-year-old together with a third a nazi – a 30-year-old man – when it comes to another notable case. They were charged with hanging up a banner with a tribute to Adolf Hitler on a fence over the Essingeleden at Fredhäll in Stockholm on 20 april 2017.
the Court states, however, that it can not be ruled out that other persons may have done the deed, and refers to the film of the incident was unclear.