& # 39; Miss Hitler & # 39; beauty contest staff member accused of being part of a banned neo-Nazi terrorist group will get a new trial and three others after the jury has been unable to pass judgment
- Former & # 39; Miss Hitler & # 39; Alice Cutter is said to be a member of National Action
- She is accused of being a member of the group, along with three others
- The jury in their trial was fired after they had not made a decision
The jury in the trial of a woman who won a beauty pageant named & # 39; Miss Hitler & # 39; and accused of being a member of a forbidden neo-Nazi terrorist group, has been fired after failing to pass a sentence.
Alice Cutter, 22, is accused of being a member of National Action with her fiancé Mark Jones, 24, both from Sowerby Bridge, near Halifax, West Yorkshire.
They deny being a member of the extreme right-wing group after it was banned at the end of 2016.
Two other men, Garry Jack, 23, from Shard End, Birmingham, West Midlands, and 18-year-old Connor Scothern from Nottingham, have also not pleaded guilty to the same accusation.
Alice Cutter (photo) is accused of being a member of the banned neo-Nazi terrorist group National Action
Miss Cutter's former partner Mark Jones (pictured with a gun) is also accused of being a member of National Action
The jury in the case of the former Miss Hitler beauty contest worker (pictured with a gun) was fired after he had made no statement
Daniel Ward, Connor Scothern, Garry Jack, Alex Deakin and Adam Thomas are pictured on October 22, 2016 in Dudley.
Prosecutor Barrister Barnaby Jameson QC told the Birmingham Crown Court court Friday that the crown would be looking for a new trial for all involved.
The jury in the case of a former & # 39; Miss Hitler & # 39; beauty contest worker who, alongside three others, is accused of neo-Nazi terrorist has resumed the deliberations.
Prosecutors claimed that they were all active members in the group, which was partially prohibited due to members' support for the murder of MP Jo Cox in June 2016.
The jury has been considering for more than 33 hours.
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