Nazi sympathiser told to ‘read classic novels’ to avoid jail now faces prison

Nazi sympathiser told to ‘read classic novels’ to avoid jail now faces prison

Nazi sympathiser told to ‘read classic novels’ to avoid jail now faces prison

The Metro says the sentence of a right-wing extremist who was told to read classic novels as he was spared jail for a terrorism offence will be reviewed by the Court of Appeal under the ‘unduly lenient’ scheme.

Ben John, who police described as a white supremacist with a neo-Nazi ideology, was given a two-year suspended sentence at Leicester Crown Court in August.

He was found guilty of possessing a record of information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism following the discovery of a document containing diagrams and instructions on how to construct various explosive devices.

https://metro.co.uk/2021/09/29/nazi-sympathiser-told-to-read-classic-novels-to-avoid-jail-now-faces-prison-15334906/


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