Big security lapse in BNP
We have just heard that the BNP membership details from 2005 are in the public domain. Details are a bit sketchy at the moment, but Joe Owens has a copy, and he says that others have too.
Obviously with Joe, the details are secure, but who else has them ?
This site apportions blame to the lax BNP HQ, of which Nick Griffin is where the 'buck stops' !
Is all this a part of the plan as described by the DAILY EXPRESS, in February 1999, when they reported on a Scotland Yard spokesman, who said they were going to close the BNP down by any method ?
Nick Griffin also offered his challenge for the BNP leadership that very same month.