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Andrew Dymock, a 24-year-old British Neo-Nazi, who had publicly called for among other things for gay people to be purges, has been convicted for terror and hate crime related offences and sentenced to seven years imprisonment.

A magistrate had found Dymock guilty of terror offences, including encouraging and funding terrorism, and three hate crimes for targetting race and sexuality. Dymock had publicly called for gay people to be “purged” from society, the extermination Jewish people and was also found to be responsible for “some of the most vile and violent Nazi propaganda” ever seen. Dymock, the middle-class son of academics, and previous leader of the outlawed groups System Resistance Network (SRN) and Sonnenkrieg Division, was convicted on a total of 15 offences including stirring up racial hatred and hatred based on sexual orientation, possessing racially inflammatory material, five charges of encouraging terrorism, two of fundraising for terrorism, four counts of disseminating terrorist publications and possessing a terrorist document.  

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