Adam Thomas had been given a six-year sentence for belonging to proscribed neo-Nazi group National Action. A neo-Nazi who named his baby Adolf and swore to kill Jews is to be released from prison months ahead of schedule, according to the Portuguese daily Correio da Manhã. Adam Thomas, from Banbury, Oxfordshire, was 22 when he was given a six-and-a-half-year jail sentence in Birmingham Crown Court in 2018 after being convicted of belonging to the proscribed neo-Nazi group National Action. Thomas, who is reportedly a great-grandson of 1930s fascist Oswald Mosley, has also expressed intent to kill black people, convert Chinese people into biofuel and establish a branch of the Ku Klux Klan in Britain. Thomas went on trial alongside his partner, Claudia Patatas, a Portuguese citizen and 16 years his senior, who was also convicted of belonging to the illegal group and handed a five-year jail sentence. According to Spanish daily newspaper El Mundo, she was released early in 2019, just one year or so into her sentence. Birmingham Crown Court heard that Patatas sent a WhatsApp message to convicted National Action member and “vehement racist” Darren Fletcher, declaring that “all Jews must be put to death”

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