A teenager who planned to build a weapons storage bunker for attacks by a neo-Nazi group has been jailed for more than 11 years.
Matthew Cronjager, 18, was the UK leader of the internet-based Exiled 393 organisation and discussed obtaining 3D-printed guns, as well as a shipment of firearms from Europe.
He discussed targets included “powerful Jewish figures in banks and stuff” and “classic far right targets of blame” including gay people and Muslims, the Old Bailey heard.
The teenager also said he wanted to “execute” an Asian boy after finding out he had slept with white girls.
During a trial at the Old Bailey, he was “just blowing hot air” and that none of the plans discussed “seemed real”, but he was convicted of preparing acts of terrorism.
A jury also found him guilty of disseminating terrorist publications through an online “library” that encouraged attacks.
Cronjager previously pleaded guilty to four offences of possessing information useful to a terrorist, over documents containing instructions on how to kill people with your bare hands, make explosives and create homemade firearms.
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