Veteran anti-fascist drug dealer jailed

Manny Carpel: anti-fascist militant jailed for his role in top gangster's drug deal

Manny Carpel: anti-fascist militant jailed for his role in top gangster’s drug deal

Manny Carpel is a name well-known to many H&D readers.  In November 1963 he was one of a team of “anti-fascist” Jews who tricked their way into the flat of historian David Irving, aiming to steal documents. Then 20-year-old Carpel was ultimately fined £20.  He told the court that he and fellow accused Gerry Gable (now editor of Searchlight) had been looking for “secret documents” in Irving’s possession, and added that “we are anti-fascists but not members of any movement”.

In fact Gable and Carpel were operatives of the 62 Group, an alliance of Zionist Jews and violent communists. In charge of fundraising for the 62 Group was Gerald Ronson, who later founded the Zionist lobby group Community Security Trust.

In 1980 Carpel carried out an arson attack at the Uckfield printworks run by the late Tony Hancock.

Now in his 70s, Carpel has yet to retire from his life of crime.  Earlier this year he was sentenced to 3 years and 4 months in prison for his role in a major drug conspiracy, targeted by the South West regional organised crime unit.

Police move in to arrest Carpel and fellow members of a drug gang run by Britain's number one crime family

Police move in to arrest Carpel and fellow members of a drug gang run by Britain’s number one crime family

During this police operation, drugs (cannabis, heroin and amphetamines) and various paraphernalia, including weighing scales and gloves were seized.

In charge of the conspiracy was Bekir Arif, a member of Britain’s leading crime family.

 

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