Leeds - Teenage Nazi Guilty of Second Terrorism Offence

A Leeds Teenager with conviction for making a deadly pipe bomb has pleaded guilty to a second terrorism offence and awaits sentencing.

Jack Coulson, 19, was found guilty last year of making the bomb but avoided jail when he was given a youth rehabilitation order. The court banned his identification because he was only 17 at the time.

Today Coulson admitted an new offence of possessing a document or record for terrorist purposes at Leeds Crown Court. The court heard the document contained information of a kind likely to be useful to a person looking to commit an act of terrorism.

He's been remanded in custody for sentencing on Thursday.

Coulson's target for the pipe bomb was clear after he posted Snapchat messages depicting a mosque being blown up - along with words describing 'retribution'.

Coulson's bedroom. We think his motivation is pretty clear
Police found the defendant's bedroom covered in flags, including the swastika and the symbol of the Waffen SS as well as a laptop with wallpaper featuring a Nazi eagle over a swastika and the German phrase: One Nation, One Empire, One Leader. Coulson was associated with National Action, the banned Terrorist Group.

We hate to say it again, and again, but if this lad was a Muslim he'd be jailed for 10 years for this.

Update - He was jailed on 19th July, for 4 years.