First British police officer to be convicted of belonging to banned neo-Nazi terror group is jailed for 4 years and 4 months
Ben Hannam, 22, the primary British police officer to be convicted of belonging to a neo-Nazi terrorist group, has been jailed for 4 years and 4 months on the Previous Bailey.
He was arrested in his bed room in March 2020, the place officers discovered his partitions coated in Nazi propaganda and Star Wars posters he preferred as a result of he mentioned they reminded him of fascist artwork, with manuals detailing the manufacturing of organic weapons and knife fight hidden on a USB stick among the many mess.
Ben Hannam, 22, a probationary officer on the drive, was discovered responsible of membership of right-wing extremist group Nationwide Motion following a trial on the Previous Bailey. Pictured: A picture discovered on Hannam’s iPhone exhibiting him in a police uniform with a Hitler-style moustache superimposed on his face