After National Action was banned from being a neo Nazi group, the ‘Cofounder’ of National Action appears in court to deny that he is a member.

  • Alex Davies, 27, denies that he is a member of the outlawed neo Nazi organization
  • He allegedly remained with the group from December 2016 until September 2017.
  • The Terrorism Act in 2016 banned the organization from being found.
  • Davies, Uplands, Swansea is to be tried on April 19, next year 

 A co-founder of the neo-Nazi group National Action appeared in court today to deny remaining a member after it was outlawed under the Terrorism Act.

Alex Davies, 27, is alleged to have remained in the organization between December 2016 – September 2017.

The far-right group, which was first discovered in 2013, was outlawed by the Terrorism Act in 2016. 

Alex Davies, 27, of Uplands, Swansea, appeared at the Old Bailey via videolink today to deny remaining a member of the neo-Nazi organisation National Action

Alex Davies, 27, from Uplands, Swansea appeared today at the Old Bailey via videolink to deny being a member the neo Nazi organisation National Action

Davies, from Uplands, Swansea appeared at the Old Bailey via videolink. He was denied membership to a proscribed organization.

Naomi Parsons, the prosecutor, stated that she was the co-founder and sole source of all material from the linked trials.

Judge Mark Dennis, QC, granted bail to him ahead of his four week trial on April 19, next year.  

A mention hearing was also scheduled by the judge on December 20, to ensure that the trial is proceeding as planned.  

The court heard Benjamin Raymond, the co-founder of National Action was also being tried at the Old Bailey in November.

Judge Mark Dennis, QC, bailed Davies at the Old Bailey today and will face a four-week trial on April 19 next year, not before a mention hearing on December 20 to check the trial is 'on track'

Judge Mark Dennis, QC, has bailed Davies today at the Old Bailey and will face a trial of four weeks on April 19, next year. There will also be a mention hearing on December 20, to ensure that the trial is on track.

He is accused of seven offenses, including one for being part of a proscribed organization that is contrary to Section 11 in the Terrorism Act.

Raymond is also charged with six counts for possessing a record or document of use to a terrorist, which is contrary to Sections 58 and 59 of the Act. 

According to the charges the material includes documents entitled Ethnic Cleaning Operations’ 2083 – European Declaration of Independence By Anders Breivik’, Homemade Detonators from Ragnar Benson’ TM 31-210 Improvised munitions Handbook’, ’Homemade Molotov Cocktail’ and a ‘Cluster bomb’.