The Austrian Identitarian leader Martin Sellner was arrested and deported last month, along with his American girlfriend Brittany Pettibone, after he tried to enter England to speak at Speakers’ Corner.
He tried to enter the U.K. again yesterday, and was once again arrested and interned.
Many thanks to Ava Lon for translating this report from Journalistenwatch:
Martin Sellner arrested again in England
April 14, 2018
London — An Identitarian conference will be held in London this weekend, to which speakers from across Europe have been invited. Martin Sellner was also supposed to appear as a guest speaker. However, he and Abel Bodi were arrested again on Friday evening in England.
This is reported by the English branch of the Identitarian Movement. Sellner was allegedly prevented from entering the country by the border police and is now in police custody. Shortly before, Abel Bodi, head of the Hungarian Identitarians, had been prevented from entering England. The government of the United Kingdom is said to have declared him persona non grata. He was expected to report on the political situation and his political involvement in Hungary.
The conference will still be held on Sunday, even without the two prominent speakers.
Sellner was arrested a month ago when he arrived in England because he wanted to give a speech at the “Speakers Corner” in London about freedom of speech.