This is the video made by Sam Imrie in a chilling echo of live stream footage shot by the Christchurch mosques mass shooter Brenton Tarrant.
Imrie, who was convicted of terror offences at the High Court in Edinburgh on Wednesday, posted the clip online on July 4, 2019.
In the video, bagpipe music can be heard blaring inside his Ford Fiesta as he drove while filming with his mobile phone.
Imrie had repeatedly watched horrific footage shot by Tarrant who played “Chetnik far-right music” in his car before gunning down innocent worshippers in the 2019 New Zealand massacres.
He admitted watching Tarrant’s “bodycam-type” footage three or four times and told how he idolised the mass killer.
Posting the footage to a channel used by far-right extremists on internet platform Telegram, Imrie had just come from the Fife Islamic Centre in Glenrothes.
Asked in court if the “copycat” aspects were deliberate, Imrie said from the witness stand: “To a certain extent."
During his visit to the Islamic Centre, Imrie was caught on CCTV cameras arriving in his Fiesta.
He could be seen walking round the building and filming with his phone.
He posted a picture of the centre and wrote on Telegram: “Animals have their windows barred like a zoo.”
Skulking round the centre, Imrie put up footage of its grilled windows and locked doors.
Following the car trip, Imrie posted video of himself setting fire to the doorway of a derelict building at Strathore Lodge, Thornton.
On the clip, a fire is seen burning on the ground as Imrie held a petrol can.
A Telegram channel user asked, “What are you burning?” while another said, “Looks like an abandoned building”.
Imrie posted back: “That’s the Islamic Centre next to the woods, r****d. I’m going to jail.”
Giving evidence at his trial, Imrie told how he wanted to film the outside of the Fife Islamic Centre then go to an “abandoned building and light a fire there” to pretend to Telegram users he was carrying out an arson attack on a mosque.
Later that day he posted further footage on YouTube of himself setting ablaze foliage around a headstone at St Drostans Cemetery, Markinch.
Imrie was convicted of two charges under the Terrorism Act.
He is due to be sentenced at the High Court in Glasgow next month.