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

09 December 2019 - 06:16 By Shain Germaner
Harry Knoesenis the alleged leader of the right-wing National Christian Resistance Movement, but experts don't rate his leadership abilities.
Harry Knoesenis the alleged leader of the right-wing National Christian Resistance Movement, but experts don't rate his leadership abilities.
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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.

The cops paint Harry Knoesen and Riana Heymans as the leader and a key member of a right-wing Christian cell that allegedly plotted to attack key points on Black Friday – but terror analysts pour cold water on their abilities.

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