In 1960 the French terrorist (but born and lived in Algeria) Parisy George was arrested in a hotel in London with a senior British neo-fascist movement of the Union Movement. Parisy was one of then called OAS (the French terrorist organization that wanted to prevent the independence of Algeria) and was involved in plots to kill French President De Gaulle. After the capture, he was expelled.
James Earl Ray, imprisoned for the murder of Martin Luther King (one of the fathers of the civil rights movement of blacks in the United States), came to London to seek refuge because of its contacts with the far-right British (and some of his "connections" are still active galaxy in the neo-fascist).
But the most sensational is Italians case.
Sandro Saccucci, military deputy to the MSI, he escaped to England in 1970 (accused of murder) and found protection among some British Conservatives belong to the right circle called the Monday Club. When the Italian Parliament took away the immunity, Great Britain forced Saccucci to leave the island. His traces are lost in Spain.
Since 1981, Roberto Fiore and Massimo Morsello (along with other activists of the NAR - Armed Revolutionary Nucleous) have found refuge in London and among the fugitives are also Luciano Petrone, accused of murder of 2 police officers in Rome and a robbery in a Spanish bank (loot estimated 30 billion).
It is not enough. You can see in London also Andrea Gyra (sentenced to life for rape and murder in the incident known as the Crime of Circeo) now has 46 years, you call Mirko Elise or Sergio Barzanelli and according to the police he is constantly changing his identity.
Also lives in London Inzillo D'Antonio (with a long pedigree the extreme right), involved in the death of a woman near Rome. Hanging over his head an international arrest warrant.
Vittorio Spadavecchia is wanted in Italy for the murder of a policeman and a bank robbery in England where has become millionaire. According to Interpol sources, the 19 activists of NAR fled to England in 1981/82, 17 live permanently in England.
Linked to Forza Nuova have, finally, the Norwegian comrades Johnny Olsen, Daniel De Linde and Terje Sjolie.
And all those who could live here undisturbed, perhaps even taking the time to become billionaires.
The Fiore Flower Business
It seems the unstoppable entrepreneurial ardor of Roberto Fiore and Massimo Morsello. At the beginning of last year bought several old homes in Spain to found a political community. 12,000 pounds (about 40 million) needed for Los Pedriches (the name of the place) came from an account payable of Barclays Bank, among others, to charitable institutions.
For the moment only one of the buildings was completed and relations with the municipalities (Socialist-led) are anything but good. And despite the arrival of a pair of English, the experience does not seem to take off.
Fiore was in Spain to celebrate the anniversary of the death of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco, and then spoke in front of an audience which, in the opinion of the organizers, included doctors, lawyers and members of the armed forces.
But the leader of Forza Nuova are not limited to political conventions to follow. He founded, as the "Agency for European Youth", a structure similar to its British society (Easy London and Meeting Point).
When the English newspapers have started to take care of his business billionaire, he responded with letters to the Catholic Church and the Italian community, which complained about the bad press against him and noted his works of charity.
But the interest in English it is not finished. The Charity Commissioners have frozen the accounts of two charitable institutions founded by Fiore and announced further investigation. According to English law, the kind of institutions should not deal with politics, but according to a leaflet distributed by neo-fascist circles in London, headquarters of flower - one that houses the Foundation - will hold meetings organized by Forza Nuova.
In addition to policy exists for Roberto Fiore, the continued focus on business. One of his projects is that, for example, to obtain discounted tickets from the airlines for the thousands of young people who are moving in Europe because of its commercial enterprises, for some observers, indeed, its Easy London is perhaps the largest European organization in that particular segment loss.
A new industry is agriculture: small farms are bought and turned into rural communities in which business and ideology must go hand in hand. This project is a reality in Italy, England, Spain and Poland.
A few words also on Fiore friend, Massimo Morsello. He tried to build a small empire of music, but now he is sick (is officially suffering from a tumor; now dead) and is already talk of finding a successor. One possible name is Maurizio Catena, and the role that Morsello held in respect of Fiore should be covered by David Olla, Bologna, and Luke Mengacci. The latter seems to have active links between Italy and Germany and is seen with some regularity even in London.