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Kevin Quinn, leader of the Racial Volunteer Force at Bow Street Magistrates Court 27/1/05..Leader of Bedford-based Nazi party, The November 9th Society, has appeared in court charged with a number of race hate offences..Kevin Quinn, 40, was one of six people charged after a national police operation involving forces from Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire, Greater Manchester, Surrey, London and Merseyside..The group including Mr Quinn of Ouseland Road, Queens Park, appeared before Bow Street Magistrates Court on Thursday morning accused of conspiracy to publish and distribute material intended to stir up racial hatred..They also face the lesser charge of conspiracy to publish or distribute material likely to stir up racial hatred between August 2002 and October 2003..The charges refer to the publication of propaganda for the Racial Volunteer Force an offshoot of the neo-nazi organisation Combat 18. It is claimed the six were also involved in advertising the group's aims of racial intolerance, revolution and use of violence on their website and in the magazine Stormer..Mr Quinn was joined in the dock by Nigel Piggins, 39, of Holtemprice Street, Hull, Jonathan Hill, 33, of South Croft, Oldham, Lancashire, Steven Bostock, 27, of Westmorland Road, Urmston, Manchester, Michael Denis, 30, of Ashdown Way, Tooting and Elizabeth Hunt, 36, of Dawson Avenue, Southport, Merseyside..Mr Quinn also faces additional charges of publishing and distributing the November Ninth booklet The Longest Hatred and possession of the booklet with a view to distribution to stir up racial hatred on July 2, 2003..Mr Piggins and Mr Hill also face additional charges..The case was adjourned until February 17 at the Old Bailey and the six were granted bail and ordered to surrender their passports..