The enemy within: Army deploy anti-terrorist strategies to find far-right radicals in the ranks

Corporal Mikko Vehvilainen, 34, who served in the Royal Anglian Regiment in Afghanistan, wanted to establish an all-white stronghold in a Welsh village. Detectives found a photograph of him giving a Nazi salute at a  1917 memorial to Finland’s independence and an arsenal of weapons. He was convicted last March of being a member of the banned extremist group National Action and jailed for eight years.
Corporal Mikko Vehvilainen, 34, who served in the Royal Anglian Regiment in Afghanistan, wanted to establish an all-white stronghold in a Welsh village. Detectives found a photograph of him giving a Nazi salute at a 1917 memorial to Finland’s independence and an arsenal of weapons. He was convicted last March of being a member of the banned extremist group National Action and jailed for eight years.

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