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Islamophobe pleads guilty to terror offences

22nd May 2020
Islamophobe pleads guilty to terror offences

(Credit: The Metropolitan Police)

Harun Nasrullah

An Islamophobe has pleaded guilty to terrorism and explosive offences at his trial at the Old Bailey on May 5.

Polish Filip Golon Bednarczyk of Luton pleaded guilty to seven counts of possession of documents likely to be useful for committing or preparing an act of terrorism; and one count of making or possession of explosive(s) under suspicious circumstances.

The 26-year-old was arrested by anti-terror police at his bedsit home on December 11, 2019. Officers from the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command found electrical components and a 2-kg bag of sulphur powder.

An analysis of his electronic devices revealed an interest in firearms, knives and killings as well as extreme right-wing views. He had also searched the internet for Nazis, Hitler, the Polish Defence League and Britain First.
Bednarczyk had also possessed the white supremacist manifesto of the Christchurch mosque terrorist Brenton Tarrant.

On his Facebook page, he had posted a meme of a Muslim woman pouring tea from a Union Jack flag coloured teapot, as an illustration of a “traditional UK outfit.”

He also posted a meme calling for the banning of the niqab and “liked” memes calling for the nuking of Makkah.

According to the authorities, right-wing extremism is the fastest-growing terror threat to the UK, for the second year the number of white terror suspects being arrested outstripped those of Asian appearance.

Bednarczyk has been remanded in custody ahead of sentencing at the Old Bailey on a date to be confirmed.

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