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I am not a racist, says Island tattooist

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A JERSEY tattooist accused of plotting to spread neo-Nazi propaganda yesterday insisted that he was not racist.

Jon Denny-Mallen (40) told jurors at Southwark Crown Court in London that he did not hold extreme right-wing views.

Mr Denny-Mallen is on trial alongside his old school friend William Browning (39), a self-confessed former member of the racist group Combat 18 and a former Les Quennevais pupil.

Both men are accused of one charge of conspiracy to distribute material with intent to stir up racial hatred between 1 January and 13 July 2006.

Mr Browning, who has addresses in John Silkin Lane, Deptford, and Almorah Crescent, St Helier, and Mr Denny-Mallen, of St Martin, deny the charge.

It is alleged that Mr Denny-Mallen was caught red-handed with CDs by far-right blood and honour punk bands promoting racial hatred.

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