Polish police seize neo-Nazi bomb attack guides

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Polish police on Friday announced they had detained a far-right activist and seized neo-Nazi material including guidelines for bomb attacks on refugees, Jews and homosexuals. The operation, in the central Polish town of Bialobrzegi, targeted a
municipal employee in his thirties identified only as Adam P., who had ties with the international Blood and Honour skinhead movement, police said in a statement. During the raid, officers discovered material “with an anti-Semitic
content, as well as instructions for neo-Nazi groups in Poland, notably detailing methods of intimidation and terrorist-style acts such as arson or bomb attacks.” (…) Last year, during what it dubbed operation “Redwatch”, the Blood and Honour network called on its members to gather information on “people involved in anti-fascist and anti-racist activists, as well as coloured immigrants, left-wing activists and supporters, and the homosexual and pedophile lobby.” Blood and Honour subsequently splashed its various websites with details of the individuals it was tracking.

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