A former Miss Hitler contestant from the UK who joked about gassing synagogues and using a Jew’s head as a soccer ball has been sentenced to prison along with her ex-partner for belonging to a terrorist group, according to reports.
Fuhrer femme fatale Alice Cutter, 23, and Mark Jones, 25, were convicted in March of belonging to the far-right group National Action, which was founded in 2013 and banned three years later after it celebrated the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, the BBC reported.
Cutter, 23, received a sentence of three years behind bars, while Jones, 25, was hit with a term of five and a half years during appearances at Birmingham Crown Court.
The residents of Sowerby Bridge in West Yorkshire were convicted along with neo-Nazi “diehards” Garry Jack, 24, and Connor Scothern, 19, who face four and a half years and 18 months, respectively.
Jurors were shown messages in which Cutter exclaimed “Rot in hell, bitch” after hearing of Cox’s murder at the hands of far-right sympathizer Thomas Mair, according to Sky News.
Cutter, a waitress who entered the Nazi beauty pageant as Miss Buchenwald — a reference to the World War II death camp – has denied ever being an NA member, despite attending its rallies, where banners stating “Hitler was right” were displayed.
Jones, a former member of the British National Party, was a “leader and strategist” who played a “prominent and active role,” the court heard, Sky News reported.
“Following proscription [of National Action], you weren’t prepared to dissociate yourselves from the vile ideology of this group and therefore defied the ban and continued as members,” Judge Paul Farrer told the four.
Cutter, Farrer said, was a “trusted confidante” of one of the NA’s leaders, as well as being in a “committed relationship” with Jones.
Before sentencing, public prosecutions chief Max Hill described the group’s members as “diehards” who “hark back to the days of not just anti-Semitism, but the Holocaust, the Third Reich in Germany.”
A fifth person, Daniel Ward, 28, of Birmingham, last year pleaded guilty to being a member of the group and was sentenced to three years in prison.
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