A teenager described by police as holding neo-Nazi beliefs has been convicted for having plans to attack a synagogue in Sussex. Mason Reynolds, 19, from Brighton, faced one charge of possession of an article connected with the preparation of an act of terrorism. Police searched Reynolds’ address where they found bomb instruction manuals and a note detailing his plans to attack a synagogue in Hove. Reynolds was found guilty of the charge at Winchester Crown Court on Friday. He will be sentenced on 14 June. Police said Reynolds shared extreme right-wing videos and praised attacks by far-right terrorists. They said he was also the administrator of a Telegram channel which shared far-right extremist, antisemitic and racist views, as well as manuals on bomb building and how to 3D print firearms.

via bbc: Neo-Nazi, 19, planned attack on synagogue in Hove