T he white supremacist, who has Asperger syndrome, was arrested as he strolled towards the New Empire pub on June 23 last year. Home News Sport Business. But he was found guilty of preparing an act of terrorism, making threats to kill and possessing an explosive substance in suspicious circumstances. I want them to know they're being targeted. The jury was shown a video of him burning a rainbow flag while saying: Please refresh the page and retry.
Leeds Crown Court heard that the social media network was warned about his profile at least four times.
Man found guilty of planning terror attack on Cumbria gay event
He had searched the internet for information on extremist groups and downloaded a bomb-making manual. F acebook failed to shut down the account of a neo-Nazi who planned to carry out a machete attack on a gay pride event at a pub, it has emerged. He was unarmed when he was arrested, but police later found an axe and a machete at his home. A large Nazi flag can be seen hanging on the wall and the officer points out a series of knives, an air rifle and a machete. H e will be sentenced on Wednesday. He expressed a hatred of Muslims and Jews, and claimed in a WhatsApp message a month before his arrest: We've noticed you're adblocking.
Tonight is going to be a good night, and the beginning of the end. A year-old man who planned to carry out a machete attack on a gay pride event in Cumbria has been convicted of preparing an act of terrorism. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. It is quite bewildering why it wasn't. The jury was shown a video of him burning a rainbow flag and posing next to a swastika hanging on his bedroom wall. The jury was shown a video of him burning a rainbow flag while saying: