‘Neo-Nazi Miss Hitler contestant suggested playing football with Jew’s severed head’
Jurors heard Alice Cutter, 22, made the statement in a private message to convicted National Action member Alex Deakin.
Prosecutor Barnaby Jameson QC said: “In a private, one-to-one chat with Alex Deakin, Cutter said what she considered a good thing was a game of football in which the ball was Jew’s decapitated head so that the Jew, in her words, got a good kicking every time.”
She is accused of sending the message after the terror group was banned by the Government on December 16, 2016, for celebrating the murder of MP Jo Cox.
Jameson added: “Cutter’s violent racist mindset leeches right through the secret National Action chat groups.”
Cutter is currently on trial after being charged with membership of a proscribed terrorist organisation. Her fiance Mark Jones, 24, Garry Jack, 23, and Connor Scothern, 18, are also accused of being part of the far-right group.