Bath neo-Nazi convicted of right-wing terror offences

Andrew Dymock, from Bath, was convicted of 15 terror offences by a jury. Credit: Avon and Somerset Police

A man from Bath has been convicted of terrorism offences.

Andrew Dymock was found guilty by a jury of 15 offences including encouraging terrorism, terrorist fundraising and possession of racist material.

The 24-year-old was apprehended following a police investigation into neo-Nazi group System Resistance Network.

Dozens of electronic devices were seized by officers, who examined more than 100,000 images and 750gb of data before making arrests.

Dymock, of Weymouth Court, was found guilty of the following offences:

  • Five counts of Encouraging terrorism

  • Two counts of disseminating terrorist publications

  • Two counts of disseminating terrorist publications

  • Two counts of terrorist fundraising

  • One count of possessing a document or record of use to a terrorist

  • One count of publishing or distributing written material intending to stir up racial hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation

  • One count of publishing or distributing written material to stir up racial hatred

  • One count of possession of racially inflammatory material

‘Divide communities’

Chief Inspector Steve Kendall, area commander for Bath and North East Somerset, said: “Andrew Dymock, through the spreading of hatred, has tried to divide our communities.

Dymock, who was remanded in custody, is due to be sentenced at the Central Criminal Court on June 24.


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