Harlow resident in court over Neo-Nazi music allegations
Crime / Sat 3rd Dec 2022 am31 08:34am
AN alleged neo-Nazi music producer and his children have appeared in court accused of stirring up racial hatred through music reports the BBC.
Robert Talland, 53, his daughter Rosie, 31, and son, Stephen, 33, were charged after a probe by counter terror police.
Stephen Talland’s address was given as Harlow, Essex.
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The neo-nazi/white power music scene is also used to recruit new members to extreme right groups and, most importantly, to raise funds for them. Searchlight Research Associates and Hope not Hate have discovered music gigs raise funds for Combat 18, British Movement, National Action and others. The police have only started to take these extreme right groups seriously after National Action's plot to kill a Member of Parliament was exposed by Hope not Hate.