SA neo-Nazis on murder charges

JOHANNESBURG (Reuter) - Nine members of the neo-Nazi Afrikaner Resistance Movement have been charged with the murders of four blacks and the wounding of three in an attack last month in which one victim had his ears cut off and another, a boy, was shot in the face. The charges allege the accused agreed to spend the afternoon harassing and intimidating black people, searching their cars, assaulting them and shooting them dead. They are said to have put on police badges and placed a blue light on one of their cars before pulling over vehicles with black occupants.