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Man 'on cusp' of bombing campaignNeil Lewington_45986110_007572595-1.jpgNeil Lewington denies a total of eight chargesA racist arrested by chance at a railway station was "on the cusp" of waging a terror campaign using tennis balls and weedkiller, a jury has heard.Neil Lewington, 43, had a bomb factory at his parents' home in Reading, Berks, and wanted to target those he thought "non-British", prosecutors alleged.The Old Bailey heard he was carrying bomb parts when arrested at Lowestoft, Suffolk, for abusing a train conductor.He denies eight charges related to terrorism or explosives.Brian Altman QC, prosecuting, said Mr Lewington was found to be carrying the component parts of two "viable, improvised incendiary devices".His holdall had been searched after his arrest, when he was also held for drinking and smoking on the train and urinating in public, the court heard. "This man who had strong if not fanatical right-wing leanings and opinions was on the cusp of embarking on a campaign of terrorism"Brian Altman QC, prosecutingLater searches of Mr Lewington's home revealed a notebook entitled "Waffen SS UK members' handbook" which contained drawings of electronics and chemical mixtures, jurors were told."In addition to all of that, the police discovered evidence that the defendant sympathised with and quite clearly adhered to white supremacist and racist views," said Mr Altman.Mr Lewington had an "unhealthy interest" in the London nail bomber David Copeland, America's Unabomber and Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, the court heard.Mr Altman said: "The effect of these finds is to prove that this man, who had strong if not fanatical right-wing leanings and opinions, was on the cusp of embarking on a campaign of terrorism against those he considered non-British."He said Mr Lewington had two video compilations of news and documentary footage about bombers and bombings both in Britain and the US.'No qualifications'This interest had gone "far beyond the mere intellectual or academic levels", Mr Altman said."In the privacy of his own bedroom and far from the gaze of his parents with whom he lived, this defendant had amassed the component parts of and had begun the manufacture of improvised explosive or incendiary devices," he said.Mr Altman said Mr Lewington left school at 16 without qualifications but had worked in a number of electronics jobs.He had been unemployed for 10 years after being sacked from his last job for being drunk and, though he lived with his parents, had not spoken to his father for 10 years.Map showing Reading and LowestoftHis mother said he had placed Plasticine in the keyhole of his bedroom door so no-one could see inside, the court heard.It was alleged that Mr Lewington, described as "a loner", had met a number of girlfriends through mobile phone chatlines.One said she was put off when he made racist remarks, while another - an army cadet sergeant - said he asked if she had dealings with the Nazi group Combat 18, the court heard.Mr Lewington had taken some weedkiller from her and later told her he had bought a child's chemistry set to use for making explosives, Mr Altman said.Mr Lewington is accused of preparing for terrorism by having the bomb parts in a public place.He also faces two charges of having articles for terrorism - including the weedkiller, firelighters and three tennis balls - two of having documents for terrorism and another of collecting information for terrorism.Two further counts allege he possessed an explosive device "with intent to endanger life" and that he had explosives, namely weedkiller.The trial continues. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8124449.stm

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bet he wasnt even held under the anti terrorism law n sh*t

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he'll get about a year n half.

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scum

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stop whining.
na but seriously wouldnt u have had a field day with this
Yeah ill admit that one.
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Some waste of space blaming it on the darkies

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some of the quotes attributed 2 him are funny'i wouldnt hit a woman but if she was a paki, then i can make an exception'' the only good paki is a dead paki'

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He had been unemployed for 10 years after being sacked from his last job for being drunk and, though he lived with his parents, had not spoken to his father for 10 years.some deep wasteman loool :lol::lol::lol:

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Man 'on cusp' of bombing campaignNeil Lewington_45986110_007572595-1.jpgNeil Lewington denies a total of eight chargesA racist arrested by chance at a railway station was "on the cusp" of waging a terror campaign using tennis balls and weedkiller, a jury has heard.Neil Lewington, 43, had a bomb factory at his parents' home in Reading, Berks, and wanted to target those he thought "non-British", prosecutors alleged.The Old Bailey heard he was carrying bomb parts when arrested at Lowestoft, Suffolk, for abusing a train conductor.He denies eight charges related to terrorism or explosives.Brian Altman QC, prosecuting, said Mr Lewington was found to be carrying the component parts of two "viable, improvised incendiary devices".His holdall had been searched after his arrest, when he was also held for drinking and smoking on the train and urinating in public, the court heard. "This man who had strong if not fanatical right-wing leanings and opinions was on the cusp of embarking on a campaign of terrorism"Brian Altman QC, prosecutingLater searches of Mr Lewington's home revealed a notebook entitled "Waffen SS UK members' handbook" which contained drawings of electronics and chemical mixtures, jurors were told."In addition to all of that, the police discovered evidence that the defendant sympathised with and quite clearly adhered to white supremacist and racist views," said Mr Altman.Mr Lewington had an "unhealthy interest" in the London nail bomber David Copeland, America's Unabomber and Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, the court heard.Mr Altman said: "The effect of these finds is to prove that this man, who had strong if not fanatical right-wing leanings and opinions, was on the cusp of embarking on a campaign of terrorism against those he considered non-British."He said Mr Lewington had two video compilations of news and documentary footage about bombers and bombings both in Britain and the US.'No qualifications'This interest had gone "far beyond the mere intellectual or academic levels", Mr Altman said."In the privacy of his own bedroom and far from the gaze of his parents with whom he lived, this defendant had amassed the component parts of and had begun the manufacture of improvised explosive or incendiary devices," he said.Mr Altman said Mr Lewington left school at 16 without qualifications but had worked in a number of electronics jobs.He had been unemployed for 10 years after being sacked from his last job for being drunk and, though he lived with his parents, had not spoken to his father for 10 years.Map showing Reading and LowestoftHis mother said he had placed Plasticine in the keyhole of his bedroom door so no-one could see inside, the court heard.It was alleged that Mr Lewington, described as "a loner", had met a number of girlfriends through mobile phone chatlines.One said she was put off when he made racist remarks, while another - an army cadet sergeant - said he asked if she had dealings with the Nazi group Combat 18, the court heard.Mr Lewington had taken some weedkiller from her and later told her he had bought a child's chemistry set to use for making explosives, Mr Altman said.Mr Lewington is accused of preparing for terrorism by having the bomb parts in a public place.He also faces two charges of having articles for terrorism - including the weedkiller, firelighters and three tennis balls - two of having documents for terrorism and another of collecting information for terrorism.Two further counts allege he possessed an explosive device "with intent to endanger life" and that he had explosives, namely weedkiller.The trial continues. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8124449.stm
that is why you dont hear much about it...and it shows the difference between Al-bin tahud on a rampage, and Jonny lewington on a rampage
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with Al-bin tahud they'd change "tennis balls and weedkiller" to "home made explosives"

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with Al-bin tahud they'd change "tennis balls and weedkiller" to "home made explosives"
c/s
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its true though if he was muslim this would be front page news, iv seen more coverage on banning the burka than thisif you wanna ban he burka you have to ban nuns garms as well then, but they wouldnt do that

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france are taking the piss with the burka arguement

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france are taking the piss with the burka arguement
such violation.
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france are all for banning the burkha

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He had been unemployed for 10 years after being sacked from his last job for being drunk and, though he lived with his parents, had not spoken to his father for 10 years.some deep wasteman loool :lol::lol::lol:
LMFAOTrust meThe anit Islam thing in this country is crazy. He will get 2 years and be out
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you can get arrested for cleaning up the environment now what is the world coming tooI joke

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you can get arrested for cleaning up the environment now what is the world coming too
was he killin jews?
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you can get arrested for cleaning up the environment now what is the world coming too
was he killin jews?
from time you failed in lifei aint jewish bro you racist c*ntso heath ledger yourself out this thread you f*ck*ng poser
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did i say you doe?bare defensive

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if you wanna ban he burka you have to ban nuns garms as well then, but they wouldnt do that
how is this even comparable?
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f*ck a burqaget sickened evrytime i see these tents wandering around london.... any woman who wears a burqa in england is worthless

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LOOOOOOLWhite man with bombs sick, the new era ya hurd first

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Man 'on cusp' of bombing campaignNeil Lewington_45986110_007572595-1.jpgNeil Lewington denies a total of eight chargesA racist arrested by chance at a railway station was "on the cusp" of waging a terror campaign using tennis balls and weedkiller, a jury has heard.Neil Lewington, 43, had a bomb factory at his parents' home in Reading, Berks, and wanted to target those he thought "non-British", prosecutors alleged.The Old Bailey heard he was carrying bomb parts when arrested at Lowestoft, Suffolk, for abusing a train conductor.He denies eight charges related to terrorism or explosives.Brian Altman QC, prosecuting, said Mr Lewington was found to be carrying the component parts of two "viable, improvised incendiary devices".His holdall had been searched after his arrest, when he was also held for drinking and smoking on the train and urinating in public, the court heard. "This man who had strong if not fanatical right-wing leanings and opinions was on the cusp of embarking on a campaign of terrorism"Brian Altman QC, prosecutingLater searches of Mr Lewington's home revealed a notebook entitled "Waffen SS UK members' handbook" which contained drawings of electronics and chemical mixtures, jurors were told."In addition to all of that, the police discovered evidence that the defendant sympathised with and quite clearly adhered to white supremacist and racist views," said Mr Altman.Mr Lewington had an "unhealthy interest" in the London nail bomber David Copeland, America's Unabomber and Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, the court heard.Mr Altman said: "The effect of these finds is to prove that this man, who had strong if not fanatical right-wing leanings and opinions, was on the cusp of embarking on a campaign of terrorism against those he considered non-British."He said Mr Lewington had two video compilations of news and documentary footage about bombers and bombings both in Britain and the US.'No qualifications'This interest had gone "far beyond the mere intellectual or academic levels", Mr Altman said."In the privacy of his own bedroom and far from the gaze of his parents with whom he lived, this defendant had amassed the component parts of and had begun the manufacture of improvised explosive or incendiary devices," he said.Mr Altman said Mr Lewington left school at 16 without qualifications but had worked in a number of electronics jobs.He had been unemployed for 10 years after being sacked from his last job for being drunk and, though he lived with his parents, had not spoken to his father for 10 years.Map showing Reading and LowestoftHis mother said he had placed Plasticine in the keyhole of his bedroom door so no-one could see inside, the court heard.It was alleged that Mr Lewington, described as "a loner", had met a number of girlfriends through mobile phone chatlines.One said she was put off when he made racist remarks, while another - an army cadet sergeant - said he asked if she had dealings with the Nazi group Combat 18, the court heard.Mr Lewington had taken some weedkiller from her and later told her he had bought a child's chemistry set to use for making explosives, Mr Altman said.Mr Lewington is accused of preparing for terrorism by having the bomb parts in a public place.He also faces two charges of having articles for terrorism - including the weedkiller, firelighters and three tennis balls - two of having documents for terrorism and another of collecting information for terrorism.Two further counts allege he possessed an explosive device "with intent to endanger life" and that he had explosives, namely weedkiller.The trial continues. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8124449.stm
that is why you dont hear much about it...and it shows the difference between Al-bin tahud on a rampage, and Jonny lewington on a rampage
c/s
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