A RIGHT-WING fanatic has been jailed for inciting racial hatred after trying to organise an anti-Jewish rally.
Joshua Bonehill-Paine, 23, was sentenced to spend more than three years behind bars after it emerged he was involved in organising an event against “Jewish privilege”.
The gathering was branded an “Anti-Jewification” rally in Golders Green, north London, and was set to take place in July.
His offence related to a link posted on Twitter that showed an image of Nazi death camp, Auschwitz, as well as a bottle of weed killer.
Bonehill-Paine, of Yeovil, Somerset, denied the charge of publishing material to incite racial hatred, but was later found guilty of the crime after being arrested at his home on June 26.
He was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court to three years and four months behind bars.
The internet troll, who was a member of the National British Resistance, has his own Youtube page and is seen in one video where he claims the white British race will die out by the end of the century.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Barnes, who led the investigation for the Met’s Public Order Investigation Branch, said: “Bonehill-Paine posted vile, anti-Semitic material online.
“This kind of material is illegal and its publication is damaging to communities.
“There are challenges in attributing such material posted online to the originator but our digital forensic examiners worked tirelessly, carrying out extensive analysis of the material, phone data and online activity to prove that Bonehill-Paine posted the material from his laptop.”
He continued: “The Met fully understands the hurt that is felt in communities affected by this type of crime.
“It is only by continually working with communities that we can ensure they are safe and free from fear.
“As this case demonstrates, there is no place for people inciting racial hatred under the guise of protest, and those that do this will be investigated and brought before the courts to answer for this crime.”