Neo-Nazi guilty of terrorism offences

A WHITE supremacist found with firebombs after he was arrested at Lowestoft railway station has been found guilty of terrorism and explosives offences.

A WHITE supremacist found with firebombs after he was arrested at Lowestoft railway station has been found guilty of terrorism and explosives offences.

Neil Lewington was warned he faces years in prison after he was convicted today at the Old Bailey, in London.

He was arrested by chance on a train on his way to strike his first blow in his racist war against the "non-British".

The neo-Nazi, who turned his bedroom into a bomb factory, was also trying to perfect tennis ball bombs which he could throw at the homes of Asians.

He was found guilty at the Old Bailey of having explosives with intent to endanger life and preparing for acts of terrorism.

Lewington, 43, an unemployed electrician who lived with his parents in Tilehurst, Reading, Berks, had denied all eight charges brought under the Terrorism Act and explosives laws. He was convicted of seven counts.