Slovenian Journalist Indicted
In the autumn of 2011, Delić began investigating the Slovenian division of Blood & Honour, a loosely organized international neo-Nazi network. She had received information that Norwegian right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik had sent the group his manifesto in connection with his double terror attack in Norway, which killed 77 people on 22 July 2011.
Delíc had also been informed that the informal leader of Slovenia’s Blood & Honour group, Dejan Prosen, was simultaneously active within the country’s large centre-right Slovenian Democratic Party, or SDS, the party of former Prime Minister Janez Janša.
Prosen denied involvement with Blood & Honour, and while he said that he was a member of the SDS, he denied having any function within the party. He identified himself as a “patriot” and as a member of the organization Tukaj je Slovenija, another organization on the Slovenian far right. But other sources confirmed the allegations. In late November, just days before Slovenian parliamentary elections, Delić wrote an article on the Slovenian Blood & Honour group that described Prosen as both a central member of the neo-Nazi organization and an activist in the SDS. The article also mentioned that the newspaper had uncovered the names of members of the Slovenian armed forces who were involved in Blood & Honour. O