adnkronos.com Italian police on Thursday carried out raids across Italy amid a probe of neo-Nazi websites that had targeted a number of well-known figures including best-selling anti-mafia writer Roberto Saviano. The raids targeted 35 people accused of spreading racial and ethnic hatred and inciting acts of racially and ethnically based discrimination and violence via the Internet, according to police. Police said the investigation centred on a video entitled 'The hidden enemy - a documentary on the Jewish question' made by Italian members of the neo-Nazi Stormfront, an international body founded by Don Black, the former head of the US white supremacist movement the Ku Klux Klan. In April, a judge in Rome sentenced four Italian Stormfront members to several years of house arrest for inciting racial hatred on organsiation's website, targeting Jews and immigrants, advocating the supremacy of the white race and instigating Holocaust-denial. Italian police shut down Stormfront's website in November last year, after an investigation that began in October 2011. to read more click here: adnkronos.com
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