Neo-Nazi Who Wore Swastika Underwear Found Guilty Of Terror Plot by the Forward

Neo-Nazi Who Wore Swastika Underwear Found Guilty Of Terror Plot

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An English neo-Nazi who collected Adolf Hitler and Klu Klux Klan memorabilia was found guilty of anti-terror charges, The Mirror reported.

Nathan Worrell was described as a “bit of a weirdo” by his neighbors, who claimed they weren’t aware of his extremist views. His home was converted into a Nazi-inspired shrine, where he even had a pair of underwear covered in swastikas. The 46-year-old was arrested following an anti-terrorist raid and was found guilty of eight of the 11 charges, including “possessing terrorist material” and “intending to still up racial hatred,” according to the UK Counter Terrorism Policing network.

Worrell’s home in the town of Grimsby had far-right images of Nazis, Hitler and the KKK, some of which were on flags, stickers and fridge magnets.

Alyssa Fisher is a writer at the Forward. Email her at fisher@forward.com, or follow her on Twitter at @alyssalfisher

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