Two British soldiers suspected of a possible violation of the anti-terrorism legislation. About this reports Deutsche Welle.

Two British servicemen will stand trial on charges that they are members banned in the UK neo-Nazi group. This was reported by the Birmingham police.

We are talking about a 32-year-old Mikko Vehvilainen and the 24-year-old mark Barrett, said the Agency AFP. The first of these was part of the garrison of one of the British military bases on Cyprus, the second service will be held in Wales. According to the investigation, were both members of the extreme right the national socialist movement, National Action, which a year ago the British government admitted the banned organization.

In addition, Vehvilainen, and another person – 22-year-old Alexander Deakin – are suspected of having had in his possession documents that could be used for terrorist purposes.

All three are considered for possible violations of the British terrorism Act of 2000. The accused will appear before court on Tuesday, September 12.

Last week, as part of an investigation conducted by the police of the West Midlands counter-terrorism police arrested five people, including four soldiers of the armed forces of the United Kingdom. They were all taken into custody on the basis of data provided by British intelligence.

September 5 in Britain, was detained preparing attacks of neo-Nazis.

The British military were accused of having links with neo-Nazis 12.09.2017

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