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Miss Hitler beauty queen to be freed

London: A woman who took part in a beauty queen competition called Miss Hitler will be freed from prison in days after serving 26 months for being in a far-right terror group.
Alice Cutter, 25, had a parole hearing in March and was told on Monday that she would be freed on license despite being given a three-year sentence, the Sun reported.
Cutter was one of four neo-Nazi “diehards” convicted of being members of the banned terrorist group National Action in 2020.
Her Nazi-admiring former partner Mark Jones was convicted of membership of a terrorist group after a trial, alongside co-accused Garry Jack and Connor Scothern, the Sun said.
Extreme right-wing group National Action (NA), labelled “racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic” by then Home Secretary Amber Rudd, was banned in December 2016 after a series of rallies and incidents, including praise of the murder of MP Jo Cox.
Cutter gave evidence during her parole hearing and is believed to have emphasized her exemplary behavior and progress in jail.
She will have to follow strict licensing conditions, including an exclusion zone, wearing an electronic tag and adhering to a curfew, the report said.
The neo-Nazi beauty queen is currently being held under closed conditions at HMP New Hall, near the village of Flockton, West Yorkshire.
Cutter was jailed for three years, while Jones received a five-and-a-half-year prison term. Jack was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison and Scothern was handed a sentence of detention for 18 months. (UNI)

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