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Vincent Fuller: White supremacist jailed for launching far-right terror attack a day after Christchurch shootings

Independent Tuesday, 10 September 2019
A far-right terrorist who tried to kill Muslims in a rampage the day after the Christchurch attack has been jailed for more than 18 years.
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News video: Terrorist jailed for 18 years after stabbing teenager in Tesco car park

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A terrorist inspired by the Christchurch mosque attacks has been jailed for more than 18 years for stabbing a teenager in a bid to "murder a Muslim". Vincent Fuller, 50, admitted trying to kill 19-year-old Dimitar Mihaylov on March 16 - the day after the New Zealand shootings, which left 51 people...

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