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One of Ulster’s most notorious extreme right activists has been let go in the wake of dying on New Year’s Day with what was accounted for as “Coronavirus entanglements.”

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‘Huge Merv’ Shields was a main individual from the infamous white power Nazi band Screwdriver, where he played the low register guitar for a considerable length of time on something like three collections.

He played at many White Power shows and was instrumental in the famous Blood and Honor neo-Nazi music organization.

The music was clearly and bigot and advanced a whites-just plan as well as being steadfastly supporter – perhaps their greatest hit was called Smash The IRA.

Yet, it was a quiet closure for ‘Huge Merv’ as the guitarist and drummer was passed on to play one last ‘solo’ at Roselawn Crematorium in east Belfast where he was incinerated without anybody present on Wednesday.

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The dad of two, initially from Bushmills, Co Antrim, had been grieved appropriately at a help at a burial service home in Coleraine where just close family were approached to go to because of Covid limitations.

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