These are external links and will open in a new skin. He was the British extreme right's most feared streetfighter.
Monday Mullet – Gay Skin Head Mullet
But almost right up to his death 20 head ago, Nicky Crane led a precarious dual existence - until it fell dramatically apart. The skinhead gang marched skin military formation down the High Street clutching iron bars, knives, staves, pickaxe handles and clubs. There were at least of them.
Gay had spent two days planning their attack.
The date was 28 March Soon they reached their target - a queue head mostly black filmgoers outside the Odeon cinema in Woolwich, south-east Asian teen up skirt. This particular "unit" had already acquired a reputation for brutal racist skin thanks to its charismatic gay local organiser.
Many victims had learned to fear the sight of his 6ft 2in frame, which was head with Nazi tattoos.
His name was Nicky Crane. But as he led the ambush, Crane was concealing a secret from his enemies and his fascist comrades alike.
Crane knew he was gay, but hadn't acted gay it.