Ulster-based pals of hate boss fear he dobbed them in. Neo-Nazis here were left reeling after an organiser of secret far-right gigs appeared in court on terror charges – and claimed he was a police tout. The case against Robert Talland is being heard at Woolwich Crown Court, where he is accused of stirring up race hate as well as “encouraging terrorism”. Talland is better known to his Hitler-worshipping goons in Ulster as ‘Ginger Rob’. He has been a regular visitor to Northern Ireland over the last couple of decades. The 54-year-old has played a leading role in promoting the Blood and Honour movement over here. The Ulster Division has staged numerous gigs in recent times, as the Sunday World has exposed. But Neo-Nazis in Northern Ireland were sent into meltdown this week after his trial started. The court was told Talland had been passing on information about fellow far-right members to the police. (…) Sources have told us the Belfast organiser of the gigs made contact with Talland through his Rampage Records label, which promotes White Power bands from around the world. With his connections, he was able to organise and liaise with the Belfast man – whose identity we know but aren’t revealing at this stage – to bring bands to the city. “Nothing happens in that scene without the knowledge of Ginger Rob,” added our source. “With him spilling the beans there are a lot of worried people here. It could spell the end of the B and H scene in Northern Ireland.

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