Neo-Nazi and Far Right Activist Jack Renshaw Convicted of Plotting to Kill Labour MP and for Grooming Two Underaged Boys
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A Neo-Nazi man, named Jack Renshaw, who plotted to kill a Labour MP with a machete, was revealed to be a convicted paedophile.
According to a report by the Daily Mail, the man was jailed when he it was revealed that he tried to groom two underage boys.
Moreover, the convicted child predator admitted that he purchased a 19-inch replica of a Roman sword, which he intends to use to assassinate Rosie Cooper.
He also pleaded guilty to threatening to kill Victoria Henderson – the one investigating him for grooming underage boys, but he denied membership of National Action.
As per sources, the jurors at the Preston Crown Court found him guilty of four counts of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.
Additionally, he also received three-year prison sentences two months prior, after he was found out to be guilty of stirring up racial hatred, when he called for the genocide of Jewish people, according to the BBC.
How He Was Caught
Renshaw’s conviction happened when a whistle-blowoer, named Robbie Mullen, attended a meeting in a pub when he outlined his intention to kill the MP.
As for his lewd crimes, Henderson discovered evidences when he found out the fake Facebook profiles, he created to entice the two boys.
Renshaw, however, tried to deny these accusations, and said that Henderson was fabricating evidence “for the two worst things anyone could be – a homosexual and a paedhophile.”
After he was released on bail, he then plotted to kill his investigator by researching about her.
In fact, he was so determined in killing the detective for revealing his perversions that he plotted in a pub to kill his local MP, take hostages, lure Ms. Henderson to keep her quiet, then commit suicide via cop.
Not a Big Fan of Hitler
Despite identifying as a Neo-Nazi, Renshaw is not exactly a big fan of the face of Nazism – Adolf Hitler.
His reason? Hitler wasn’t cruel enough.
In a speech he delivered during the Yorkshire Forum for Nationalists in 2016, “I do actually have some problem with the statement ‘Hitler was right’ in many senses but you know where he was wrong?”
“He showed mercy. He showed mercy to people who did not deserve mercy.”
“As nationalists, we need to learn from the mistakes of the National Socialists and we need to realise that no, you do not show the Jew mercy,” he said.
With the convicted verdict, Renshaw will now spend his life caressing cold steel bars, instead of underage boys.