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Wednesday, 15 December 2010 19:05

Homosexuals Listed in Poland by Neo-Nazis

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Three men in Poland were condemned from 13 to 18 months of prison because they put lists of gay people on the Internet with their image and addresses.

All started in 2006 when an organization international neo-Nazi “blood and honor” launched the operation called “Redwatch” with the goal to create a blacklist of the people fighting against fascism and racism, the immigrants,… and the homosexuals.

People appearing on this list were strongly threatened.

This list was put on a Web site controlled by Andrzej P., Mariusz T. and Bartosz B. which were stopped in 2006, a few months after the operation started.

Yesterday, judge Marcin Sosinki has declared that "the Court didn't find any mitigating circumstances" and condemned them to 13.15 and 18 months of prison that they have already make on standby of the lawsuit.


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