Teenage neo-Nazis who incited terror attacks on targets including Prince Harry have been jailed. The image was shared online in August last year, just a few months after he married mixed race former actress Meghan Markle. Szewczuk, of Wyther Park in Leeds, was jailed for four years and three months, and Dunn-Koczorowski, of St Albans Avenue in west London, was sentenced to an month detention and training order. The defendants appeared in court via video link from Belmarsh prison and gave no reaction as they were sentenced. He sipped water and gave no reaction in the dock as quotes justifying the rape of women and children to further an Aryan race were read aloud to the court on Monday.
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