A right-wing terror cell, say Hawks. Amateurs, say analysts


A right-wing terror cell, say Hawks. Amateurs, say analysts

FREE TO READ | The cops insist an arrested pair are part of a dangerous group plotting to attack key points


A racist, narcissistic amateur rather than the leader of a terrorist cell, experts say, but the Hawks are adamant they have nabbed the leader and member of a right-wing group.

They have painted Harry Knoesen and Riana Heymans as the leader and a key member of the right-wing National Christian Resistance Movement (NCRM) that allegedly plotted to attack numerous public spaces on Black Friday.

Knoesen, Heymans and brothers Eric and Errol Abrams were all arrested over the past week and a half for their alleged involvement in a plan to target national key points, malls and informal settlements...

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