Judge Dismisses Civil Rights Case Against NSC-131

Newscenter Maine
Article Source: Newscenter Maine

Article Source: Newscenter Maine

  • Civil rights charges against the leaders of the neo-Nazi organization NSC-131 in New Hampshire were dismissed due to being deemed “unconstitutionally overbroad” by a Superior Court judge.
  • The defendants are accused of trespassing onto a bridge last summer and hanging a banner that read “Keep New England White.”
  • The judge stated that there was insufficient evidence to prove trespassing, as the bridge where the neo-Nazi members marched could be considered public property.
  • Members of NSC-131 have appeared sporadically around New England, displaying racist banners, chanting, and attempting to disrupt drag events. The group often films its activities and then posts videos on social media. Read More

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