Person    | Male  Born 11/8/1957  Died 24/9/1993

Ian Stuart

Musician, leading skinhead, far right-wing fund-raiser. Born Ian Stuart Donaldson in Lancashire. Singer of white power rock band Skrewdriver and co-founder of Blood and Honour, a very successful neo-Nazi music network used to raise funds for far-right movements.  1985 he was sentenced to 12 months in prison for attacking black youths in King's Cross station. In the early 1990s he was often attacked by militant anti-fascists in King's Cross where he was living. Died in a car crash in Derbyshire. Some suspect that the cause of the crash was not accidental. Since his death a cult following has developed.

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