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Blair Cottrell

Australian far-right activist

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Blair Cottrell is an Australian far-right extremist, often described as neo-Nazi. He is the former chairman and founding member of the United Patriots Front (UPF) and the Lads Society. He has been convicted on several charges, including stalking, arson, drug dealing and burglary, and has spent time in prison.

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Blair Cottrell loses appeal against conviction for inciting contempt, ridicule of Muslims

Convicted criminal Blair Cottrell has failed in his bid to have his conviction for inciting hatred quashed by a Melbourne court.
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Hate monger Blair Cottrell's appeal fails

Convicted criminal Blair Cottrell has failed in his bid to have his conviction for inciting hatred quashed by a Melbourne court.
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Judge warns far-right leader Blair Cottrell supporters after clapping, laughing in court

Supporters of far-right criminal Blair Cottrell have been warned they could face contempt proceedings, after being told off for clapping and laughing in court.
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Far-right supporters warned by Vic judge

Supporters of far-right criminal Blair Cottrell have been warned they could face contempt proceedings, after being told off for clapping and laughing in court.
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Blair Cottrell fails to get racial vilification conviction heard by supreme court

The Victorian County Court, not the higher Court of Appeal, will handle far-right activist Blair Cottrell's battle against his racial vilification conviction.
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Extremist's racial hatred appeal pending

Victoria's County Court will decide whether extremist Blair Cottrell can appeal his conviction for inciting hatred, contempt and ridicule of Muslims.
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