Former Miss Hitler entrant, other UK neo-Nazis, sent to prison

Four people, including a former Miss Hitler entrant, have been sentenced to prison by a British court for belonging to the anti-Semitic far-right National Action group.

Two photos of the winner of the Miss Hitler 2016 contest run by the British white supremacist group National Action. (National Action)

Alice Cutter, who joked about blowing up a synagogue and using a Jew’s head as a soccer ball, is sentenced to three years, while her ex-partner Mark Jones gets five years, according to Sky News.

Two other members get four-and-a-half years and 18 months respectively.

Cutter had entered the anti-Semitic Miss Hitler beauty contest run by NA in 2016 under the name Buchenwald Princess, according to The Independent.

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