A high school neo-Nazi who called Prince Harry a race double crosser months after his marriage to American and former actress Meghan Markle and proposed he ought to be shot was imprisoned for over four years on Tuesday, a foreign media outlet reported. Michal Szewczuk, 19, posted far-right online purposeful publicity which incorporated a picture of Harry, the Duke of Sussex, with a weapon to his head with the inscription "See Ya Later Race Traitor". It was posted a long time after his wedding to Meghan, whose mother is African American and father is white.
Szewczuk and his co-litigant Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski, 18, both Polish nationals, confessed to empowering psychological oppression and Szewczuk likewise conceded five checks of having material liable to be valuable to somebody arranging a fear-based oppressor act. “Dunn-Koczorowski and Szewczuk clearly see themselves as superior to the majority of society and they feel there duty is to express their beliefs, in turn teaching others,” said Detective Chief Superintendent Martin Snowden, head of counter-fear mongering policing in upper east England. “The considerable amount of material they have posted on social media channels not only reflects their extremist beliefs but was intended to encourage others to carry out despicable acts.”
Szewczuk was imprisoned for four years while Dunn-Koczorowski was condemned to year and a half in jail. Different posts by the men included help for Norwegian far-right mass executioner Anders Breivik and sponsorship for the neo-Nazi gathering, Sonnenkrieg Division. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's child had arrived sooner than expected, Buckingham Palace had confirmed in an announcement in May.
Markle and Harry introduced Baby Archie to the world on May 8 in St. George's Hall at Windsor Castle, just before taking him to meet his extraordinary grandparents: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, who Markle says they kept running into in the hallway. “It’s magic. It’s pretty amazing. I have the best two guys in the world, so I’m really happy." The couple also revealed that the baby has a "sweet temperament" and is very "calm,” had said the Dutchess of Sussex on the occasion.