Redwatch is a UK site that lists addresses and photographs of anti-fascists and anti-racists alongside the slogan "Remember places, traitors' faces, they'll all pay for their crimes."
The site has a section targeting "red journalists", reporters who cover BNP rallies or anti-racist demonstrations, and it encourages members to intimidate and threaten them. I guess fascism and freedom don't mix.
Redwatch was launched in 2001 and takes its name from a Combat 18 newsletter produced in London in the 1990s. For the first few years it was just another online talking shop for hardline racists and fascists, offensive and unpleasant but apparently not dangerous. However, in April 2003, those behind the site signalled that Redwatch meant business. Leeds school teachers Sally Kincaid and Steve Johnson had been involved in local campaigns against the BNP and other far-right groups for years. Then their personal details appeared on Redwatch following a demonstration they had attended in the Pudsey area of the city. A couple of weeks later they suffered a fire-bomb attack at their home, which left their car burned out.