UK: White man: Harry Parris Extremist who urged killing of Jews is jailed


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A man who posted pictures, videos and comments online glorifying Nazis and calling for the extermination of Jews has been jailed for two years and nine months.

Harry Parris, 22, of Bittaford near Plymouth in Devon, admitted four offences of posting the material and encouraging terrorism on Telegram and BitChute between 2019 and 2021.

He had also admitted six offences of having documents likely to be useful to a person preparing acts of terrorism.

Winchester Crown Court heard he became exposed to extremist views during the Covid-19 pandemic.

‘Explicitly racist’

While sentencing Parris, Judge Jane Miller KC said the defendant, who had been diagnosed with ADHD, had become isolated during the pandemic and had joined an extreme right-wing organisation.

He also joined Telegram online messaging groups "dedicated to promoting neo-Nazi content and sharing incitements to violence".

Parris had also become the administrator of a Telegram channel which the judge said included posts that were "explicitly racist and some of which could be seen as a direct call for action".

She added: "You insulted many sections of society including Jews, Christians, black people, Africans, gypsies, and those from east Asia.
"You glorified the Nazis suggesting all Jews and gypsies should be exterminated."

Parris also posted an image of himself doing the Nazi salute as well as other posts with offensive slogans.

‘Abhorrent’ posts

The court heard the defendant also posted “deeply offensive videos”.
Among them was a voiceover of a video featuring Brenton Tarrant, who killed 51 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in 2019.
Parris was sentenced to serve a further year on licence at the completion of his custodial sentence.

Det Ch Supt Olly Wright, head of Counter Terrorism Policing South East, said after the case: "Publishing statements supporting toxic, terrorist ideology and being in possession of documents like bomb-making manuals are extremely serious offences."

Nick Price, head of the Crown Prosecution Service’s special crime and counter terrorism division, said Parris had "extreme views" which had "no place in society".

"His collection of extremist literature and online posts were abhorrent given the potential threat to public safety," he said.

"The CPS will always seek to prosecute such appalling criminal behaviour and it is only right that Parris has been jailed today for his crimes."


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