The jury in the trial of four people, including a couple from Calderdale, alleged to have been members of a banned neo-Nazi terrorist group has been discharged after failing to reach verdicts.
Alice Cutter, 22, along with ex-partner Mark Jones, 24, Garry Jack, 23, and Connor Scothern, 18, were alleged to have been members of National Action.
The four had been accused of intending to wage a "holy war" against black people, Jews, Asians and homosexuals.
Cutter and Jones, of Sowerby Bridge, Halifax, West Yorks., denied being part of a proscribed organisation alongside Jack, of Shard End, Birmingham, and Scothern,of Nottingham.
The jury was discharged on Friday after they failed to reach a verdict following 37 HOURS since beginning their deliberations on May 7.
Prosecutor Barnaby Jameson QC told Birmingham Crown Court the CPS would be seeking a retrial.
Judge Melbourne Inman QC, thanked the 11 members of the jury for their hard work following the 11 week trial.
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