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Tuesday, 27 April 2010


The police have accused three men of having shouted neo-Nazi slogans and making the Nazi salute while drunk in a night club last night, regional police spokeswoman Jana Vaclavova told CTK yesterday.The police were tipped by an anonymous witness at about one o'clock after midnight, Jana Vaclavova said.The police did not say whether they were participants in the Saturday march of ultra rightist radicals in Plzen, west Bohemia, dissolved by the local mayor.The men, aged 40, 34 and 19, were accused of the establishment, support to and dissemination of a movement seeking the suppression of rights and freedoms and of breach of the peace.The man aged 34 has also been accused of defamation of nation, race and ethnic group."The police have found that he verbally and later physically attacked a woman, aged 24. He hit her with his fist in her right ear," Vaclavova said.The police detained six persons in connection with the Saturday march in Plzen. They have been accused of effort to curtail the rights and freedoms of other people.They wore or had tattooed forbidden symbols.

Prague Monitor