Serb Nazi arrested in Prague

The head of the Serbian branch of the international neo-Nazi organization Blood & Honour, Dragan Petrović, has been arrested in Prague.

Source: FoNet

Special anti-organized crime police units arrested about ten neo-Nazi activists in simultaneous raids, one of whom was Petrović. Petrović from Jagodina is the head of Blood & Honour in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

The 35-year-old, who is listed on the Blood & Honour site as a member of the Serbian neo-Nazi group Nacionalni Stroj, is married to a Czech woman and has lived there for several years.

He organized a neo-Nazi protest in the Czech Republic several days ago in protest at the arrest of Blood & Honour members in Holland. He is a regular fixture at neo-Nazi-related concerts and gatherings in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Petrović’s lawyer Kolja Kubiček claims that at least 28 people were arrested in connection with a recent concert, which came in for public condemnation due to the open promotion of racist and neo-Nazi ideology at the event.


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