Posters found by police made by Harry Vaughan, 21, included ones adorned with slogans saying “It’s OK to be a school shooter” and “It’s OK to be a Nazi.” After avoiding prison sentencing for years, a neo-Nazi criminal in the UK was jailed last week. Harry Vaughan, also known as Harry Blake, is a London resident and son of a House of Lords clerk who was sentenced to three years and two months in jail after pleading guilty to a counter-terror order breach. He also was charged with making an indecent image of a child. Vaughan, 21, was handed a suspended sentence in 2020 after admitting 14 terror charges. British media reported that Vaughan took interest in right-wing extremism, Satanism, the occult and violence since age 14. Police discovered 4,200 images and 302 files, including an extreme right-wing terrorist book and documents relating to Satanism, neo-Nazism and antisemitism on his computer and other devices during a search of his family home in south-west London. Posters found by police made by Vaughan included ones adorned with slogans saying “It’s OK to be a school shooter” and “It’s OK to be a Nazi.” They also reportedly discovered one mass murderer, Anders Breivik, along with the text “Every girl loves a mass murderer.” He was arrested as part of an investigation into an online forum used by extremists. Although he walked free from court in the past, Vaughan in June admitted to making an indecent image of a child in September 2022, as well as admitting to possessing extreme pornography.
siehe auch: Satanist neo-Nazi who was spared jail as teenager imprisoned for 38 months after admitting fresh crimes – #terror. Harry Vaughan was 18 when he admitted 14 terror offences Jordan Reynolds 16 hours ago Harry Vaughan has been jailed for 38 months. A convicted Satanist neo-Nazi who was spared jail as a teenager has now been imprisoned for three years and two months after admitting a string of fresh crimes. Harry Vaughan, from Twickenham, south-west London, was 18 when he admitted 14 terror offences and two of possessing indecent images of children. He developed an interest in right-wing extremism, Satanism, the occult, and violence after disappearing “down a rabbit hole of the internet” from the age of 14, the Old Bailey heard previously.