An Australian Web site selling Nazi clothing and memorabilia appears to have been shut down following a TV investigation.
Noble Front, which touts itself as a â€œOne-stop shop for white nationalists,â€ was selling T-shits emblazoned with swastikas and photos of Hitler until the owner was confronted by a Channel 7 news team.
The Web site subsequently was taken offline and now cites a â€œserver failure,â€ but it pledges to return â€œin the next couple of weeks.”
The owner, David Pollard of New South Wales, told the TV reporter his online shop was optional.
â€œWeâ€™re just selling it,” he said. “We’re not forcing it onto anyone.â€
The sale of Nazi memorabilia is not illegal in Australia.
Noble Front appears to be related to Storm Front, a white supremacist Internet forum. Jewish leaders blasted Noble Front as â€œdespicable,â€ the Australian Jewish News reported.
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