Klas Lund

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Klas Lund (born February 14, 1968 in Lidingö, Stockholm County) is a leading member of the Swedish neo-Nazi group Svenska motståndsrörelsen (Swedish Resistance Movement). A one-time member of VAM, he has previous convictions for bank robbery and manslaughter.[1]

On November 30, 1999 he was portrayed in Sweden's four main newspapers as a major threat to the country's democracy, along with 61 other individuals from various neo-Nazi organizations and motorcycle gangs.[2]

In November 2003, his home was raided by the Swedish Security Service. He was subsequently sentenced to four months imprisonment for possession of an illegal firearm.[citation needed]


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