Slovak neo-Nazis attack music club in Bratislava
Three Slovak neo-Nazis attacked the music club Obluda (Monster) in Bratislava tonight, the portal Aktualne.sk said today.
The trio that provoked the brawls included Rastislav R., an actor and singer of the rock groups Kratky proces (Short shrift) and Juden Mord, Aktualne.sk said.
The police have detained the neo-Nazis, but have disclosed no details.
Aktualne.sk writes that the club manager and Rastislav R., a former singer of the neo-Nazi groups, put up the brawl. Both of them had to be medically treated.
Another attack with a similar motivation occurred at Obluda two weeks ago. A ten-member group assaulted with knives and clubs some guests and employees and injured five of them.
One of the assailants had a tattooed swastika on his chest.
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