Andrew Dymock, 24, the middle-class son of lecturers from Tub, was immediately sentenced to seven years behind bars for fundraising for a banned neo-Nazi terror group
A neo-Nazi scholar who carved a swastika into his girlfriend’s buttock was jailed for seven years immediately after fundraising for a banned excessive right-wing group.
Andrew Dymock, 24, the middle-class son of lecturers, instructed jurors ‘Thanks for killing me’ after he was discovered responsible in June of 15 prices, together with 12 terrorism-related offences.
This afternoon, Choose Mark Dennis QC discovered Dymock to be a harmful offender, highlighting his persevering with ‘state of denial’.
He sentenced Dymock to seven years in jail, with an additional three years on prolonged licence.
The decide stated Dymock had been an ‘lively and dedicated proponent for proper wing neo-Nazi extremism’.
He held a ‘outstanding function’ in now-banned System Resistance Community (SRN) group in 2017, selling it on an internet site and Twitter.
In 2018, when he was ‘ousted’ as a frontrunner, he went on to be behind the forming of a brand new group, the decide stated.
Pictured: Picture launched by Counter Terrorism Policing North East of an individual sporting a cranium masks which was despatched through an digital machine utilized by Dymock
Dymock was ‘pushed by an extremist mindset that by the point of his arrest had turn out to be entrenched’ and his actions had been ‘calculated and complex’ and designed to encourage others to commit ‘gratuitous violence in opposition to folks due to their race, creed or sexuality’, the decide stated.
In conclusion, the decide stated that Dymock was clever and properly learn however ‘wholly misguided’ in advocating his ‘distorted and depraved trigger’.
Earlier within the trial, the courtroom heard that Dymock promoted the now-banned System Resistance Community (SRN) group, which aimed to ‘fire up a race warfare’, via a Twitter account and an internet site.
He used on-line platforms to boost cash for the organisation, which ‘preached zero-tolerance’ to non-whites, Jewish and Muslim communities and described homosexuality as a ‘illness’.
Dymock, who on the time was learning politics at Aberystwyth College in Wales, denied being behind the accounts, claiming he was arrange by an ex-girlfriend, who had did not recruit him to hitch banned terrorist group Nationwide Motion (NA).
Police discovered an image on one in all Dymock’s units displaying a swastika reduce into the lady’s buttock and he instructed detectives in a January 2019 interview he had used his nail to scratch the image.
The Sonnenkrieg Division and System Resistance Community
The Atomwaffen Division was based within the US round 2013 with the goal of destroying civilisation in an effort to construct a nationwide socialist state.
Its UK offshoots have been generally known as the Sonnenkrieg Division and System Resistance Community (SRN).
Jurors heard SRN was one of many organisations that stuffed the ‘doubtful hole’ left after far-right group Nationwide Motion was banned in 2016.
The homepage of the Neo-Nazi group SRN declared goal to be the destruction of ‘the system’ and ‘information the European to his future’, earlier than quoting Hitler.
SRN was banned in 2020.
Dymock’s pc revealed longstanding extremist views relationship again to when he was 17, together with a Google translation of the phrases ‘Kill the entire Jews’.
The courtroom heard that SRN was one in all a small variety of teams which stuffed a ‘doubtful hole’ left following the proscription of far-right group Nationwide Motion and was itself banned in 2020.
On October 8 2017, Dymock wrote concerning the creation of SRN on a right-wing webpage, stating that the group was ‘centered on constructing a bunch of loyal males, true to the reason for Nationwide Socialism and establishing the Fascist state via revolution’.
Dymock was expelled from the SRN in late February 2018, 4 months earlier than he was arrested at Gatwick Airport as he tried to board a flight to America.
Police present in his baggage excessive right-wing literature together with Siege, an anthology of pro-Nazi essays written by James Mason, and Mein Kampf, together with clothes bearing neo-Nazi logos.
He additionally had books, flags, garments and badges related to the acute right-wing in his bed room at dwelling and college.
Dymock claimed materials linking him to content material on the SRN web site and Twitter account was ‘planted in his possession with out his information’.
Jurors have been beforehand proven this picture of a determine holding a swastika flag which was recovered from units belonging to Dymock
The courtroom heard how he promoted the acute right-wing System Resistance Community (SRN) group, which aimed to ‘fire up a race warfare’, via a Twitter account and an internet site
A picture launched by Counter Terrorism Policing North East is proven of an individual sporting a prime (proper) just like one which was recovered from Dymock’s dwelling
He denied being a neo-Nazi and instructed police: ‘The truth is, I’m bisexual however lean in the direction of being gay, in direct battle with Nazism.’
He went on to inform jurors that he had Adolf Hitler’s autobiographical manifesto – together with books on Satanism – for ‘analysis’ on right-wing populism.
The jury discovered Dymock responsible of 5 prices of encouraging terrorism, two of fundraising for terrorism, 4 counts of disseminating terrorist publications, possessing a terrorist doc, stirring up racial hatred and hatred primarily based on sexual orientation, and possessing racially inflammatory materials.
Dymock had been supported all through his trial by his dad and mom, Stella and Dr David Dymock, a professor of dentistry at Bristol College, with whom he lived with in Tub, Somerset.
In earlier electronic mail chat, Dr Dymock had sought to distance himself from his son’s views, telling him to not ship ‘any of your political stuff to my work electronic mail account as a result of I work in a multicultural establishment, am proud to take action, and imagine within the values of that establishment.
‘I’d hate anybody who would possibly see my emails to suppose that I sympathised with fascist views in any means.’
Dymock, from Tub, Somerset, allegedly joined white supremacist teams Sonnenkrieg Division and System Resistance Community (SRN) between 2017 and 2018