CZECH EXTREMISTS PLANNED ATTACKS ON POWER PLANTS, KIDNAPS

CZECH EXTREMISTS PLANNED ATTACKS ON POWER PLANTS, KIDNAPS

5/11/2009- The Czech extremist organisation White Justice (WJ) was preparing terrorist attacks on power plants and unit substations and kidnappings of police and "Jews in high posts," daily Mlada fronta Dnes (MfD) writes today, referring to a secret neo-Nazi web. It writes that it also drew information from testimonies by two founding members of White Justice, Filip Stransky and Lukas Sedlacek. Organisation members were taught to destroy property, blast cars and fight with and without arms at "fight camps," MfD writes, adding that training and communication was strictly secret. MfD writes that Stransky was probably the head of the whole organisation, or at least some members consider him to be the chief though he himself denies it. White Justice organised four fight camps at which professional soldier Sedlacek taught the interested persons to attack concrete persons and buildings, MfD writes. It says the group also launched a project called "red watch" within which the neo-Nazis wanted to monitor and intimidate "ideological enemies," particularly anarchists and police. The police found the plans of the hydro-electric power plant in Zelezny Brod, north Bohemia, in the flat of one of the group founders, MfD writes. "I am one of the founders of the organisation. Filip Stransky and a person called Jany founded it with me," Sedlacek said in police questioning, MfD writes adding it has his testimony at its disposal. Sedlacek confessed to having trained about 30 people in the camps. He taught them hand-to-hand combat, both armed and unarmed, and attacking animate as well as inanimate targets. He also trained them to blast cars and destroy property, MfD writes.

Stransky claims that he administera web ervers of the White Justice group. He also received instructions via the Internet, but he says he does not know the authors, MfD writes. Anonymity was a condition both in training and in Internet communication. All participants used nicknames, the paper writes. "We knew ourselves only in small groups. If one of us were exposed, this would not threaten the rest of the organisation," MfD quotes Stransky as saying. Sedlacek also testified to having known practically no individual members. For the sake of secrecy they communicated only electronically via foreign and mostly encoded servers. One of them is in the United States and another in Israel, MfD writes. "The WJ organisation is here to do the dirty work. We know now who is a Jew and who is his lackey. It is unfeasible to remove the top-placed Jew within a week, but it is feasible to gradually rise along the pyramid of those in power up to the very peak," a person nicknamed "Redakce" (editorial office) said on a secret web, MfD writes. Stransky admitted in an interview with MfD that he used to enter the web just under this name. The police arrested a part of the extremist group for propagation of Nazism two weeks ago. "We were monitoring the group on suspicion of preparation of terrorist attacks," Robert Slachta, director of the police Squad for Uncovering Organised crime (UOOZ) said then.

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