The combined ex Forces and the infidels split from the EDL in 2011 after weeks of bickering, back biting and threats of violence. However, not being members of the EDL not does mean they escape our attention.
The far right have stepped up their campaign to disrupt the Liverpool trial grooming case today which has lead to the arrest of National Front Mayoral candidate Peter Quiggins and six members of the Combined ex Forces.
Quiggins had previously been arrested last year for distributing leaflets which falsely claimed that members of the Labour party were paedophiles. His party, the National Front, last month had a request for a march turned down to celebrate Adolf Hitler's birthday.
These latest arrests come a day after BNP candidate Mike Whitby was arrested on suspicion of faking signatures on electoral forms for Thursday's mayoral election after a police investigation.
A total of seven people were detained by police yesterday outside the court, where a high-profile trial has been taking place.
The arrests were made after the group allegedly refused to remain within a legally-designated zone for protest in Derby Square.
The four people for breaching the order are: Karen Otty, aged 38, of Sleepers Hill, Anfield; Phillip Mariott, aged 54, of Rangemore Road, Allerton; Andrew Tierney, aged 46, of Oakfield Grove, Huyton, and Peter Tierney, aged 55, of High Street, Hale, Cheshire.
They are due to appear at Liverpool magistrates' court on May 24.
These Facebook status updates were provided this morning by the Combined ex Forces, a self styled far right paramilitary group who have joined the National Front on a number of occasions to try and disrupt the trial.
At the start of the trial arrests were made after the far right attacked members of the legal team, forcing a delay in the trial.
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