A neo-Nazi who possessed a bomb-making manual, in addition to instructions on how to make firearms, has been jailed for four years on terror offences.
Jacek Tchorzewski was stopped by police at Luton Airport where violent documents were found on his mobile phone alongside images of extreme right-wing material and symbols.
He was connected with the neo-Nazi organisation, Sonnenkrieg Division, and described himself in a document as one of “the most radical Nazis.”
He had several books relating to neo-Nazism and the occult which included, according to Prosecutor Naomi Parsons, a Satanist text demonstrating a “marked fixation with blood, the sexualisation of violence, a paedophilic projection of adult sexuality onto children, and with achieving National Socialist political goals through political violence and acts of terrorism.”
Mr Tchorzewski was an associate of Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski, a fellow neo-Nazi who encouraged an attack on Prince Harry and was jailed in June.
Mr Tchorzewski pled guilty to ten counts of possession of a document or record containing information of use to a terrorist, contrary to section 58 (1) (b) of the Terrorism Act 2000.
Last Friday, at the Old Bailey, Mr Tchorzewski was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment.
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