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Neo-Nazi student jailed for fundraising and promoting extreme right-wing group online

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convicted of raising money for an extreme right-wing group and promoting its “distorted and wicked cause” online has been jailed for seven years.

Andrew Dymock, 24, the middle-class son of academics, was found guilty in June of 15 charges including 12 terrorism-related offences and told jurors “Thank you for killing me” after learning his fate.

Judge Mark Dennis QC found Dymock to be a dangerous offender, highlighting his continuing “state of denial". He sentenced Dymock to seven years in prison with a further three years on extended licence, Wales Online reports.

The judge said Dymock was an “active and committed proponent for right wing neo-Nazi extremism”. He held a “prominent role” in now-banned System Resistance Network (SRN) group in.

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