A NEO-Nazi student who carved a swastika into his girlfriend’s buttock has been found guilty of terror and hate offences.
Andrew Dymock was found guilty of 15 charges, including 12 terrorism-related offences, in 2017 and 2018 by a jury at the Old Bailey.
He used online platforms to raise money for the now-banned organisation, which “preached zero-tolerance” to non-whites, Jewish and Muslim communities and described homosexuality as a “disease”.
Police found a picture on one of the 24-year-old’s devices showing a swastika cut into his girlfriend’s buttock.
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