Two teenagers appear in court charged with ‘sharing extreme right-wing content encouraging terrorism and making threats against Prince Harry’
- They have been told to unlock any encrypted devices being investigated
- Officers are targeting the alleged activity of the Sonnenkrieg division
- Michael Szaewczuk faces five counts of encouraging terrorism on social media
Michael Szaewczuk (pictured above) appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London
Two teenagers have appeared in court charged with ‘sharing extreme right-wing content encouraging terrorism and making threats to Prince Harry’.
The pair have been ordered by the courts to unlock any encrypted devices at the request of police officers targeting the alleged activity of a Neo-Nazi group called the Sonnenkrieg Division.
One of the teenagers Michael Szaewczuk, made no indication of pleas in relation to eight charges dating from between June and September this year.
The 18-year-old from Leeds, faces five counts of encouraging terrorism on the Gab social media site and three counts of sharing terrorism propaganda.
This is while a 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons faces five counts of posting online comments encouraging terrorism.
His mother sat next to him during the hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court as his appropriate adult.
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Westminster Magistrates’ Court (pictured above) where the pair appeared on Wednesday 12 December
Prosecutor Tim Walker confirmed that an alleged terrorist threat against Prince Harry was made, saying: ‘The Crown’s case does actually refer to the alleged threat against Prince Harry although it is not part of a charge.’
The pair are due to appear at the Old Bailey on 20 December and were bailed on the condition that they do not post anything online referring to Sonnenkreig Division, Siege, Siegeculture, Attomwaffen Division, James Masion or Universal Order.
They were also ordered not to delete any emails they receive, and to unlock any encrypted device on the request of the police.
Michael Szewczuk (left and right) leaving Westminster Magistrates Court
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