Racist jailed for ‘stunt bomb plot’ May 28, 2007Posted by C.A.R.D in ANM, Australian Nationalist Movement, Card, John Van Blitterswyk, Racism, Racism against the Chinese, Racist, Racist bomb plot, racist neo-Nazi, stunt bomb plot, Tongeren, Van Blitterswyk, Van Tongeren, West Australian District Court.
White supremacist Jack van Tongeren’s right hand man was labelled “un-Australian” as he was jailed for more than two years for plotting to bomb four Chinese restaurants in Perth as a publicity stunt.
John Van Blitterswyk, 56, was sentenced in the West Australian District Court for conspiring with three other men, including van Tongeren, to bomb the restaurants in 2004.
The court was told the neo-Nazi Australian Nationalist Movement (ANM) members concocted the plot as a stunt to coincide with the release of van Tongeren’s book, The ANM Story.
They were arrested after some ANM members were charged over racist graffiti in Perth, with two rolling over and giving evidence about the plot.