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Alleged neo-Nazi feared police would draw ‘incorrect conclusion’, court told

Dean Morrice, 34, told police it was clear they were worried he was ‘the next Christchurch shooter’, Kingston crown court hears

A former army employee on trial for terror and explosives offences told police after his arrest that it was clear they were worried he was “the next Christchurch shooter”, a court has heard.

As well as making the reference to the man who killed 51 people during attacks at mosques in the New Zealand city in 2019, Dean Morrice claimed in police interviews that ingredients he was storing that could be used make an improvised explosive device (IED) were partly for home brewing.

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