A British man arrested in Spain and charged with terrorism offences will face court today (September 30).
Kristofer Thomas Kearney, who had been based in Alicante, will go before a judge at the Old Bailey criminal court in London about 2pm.
The 37-year-old was arrested as part of an investigation into far-right terrorism led by the Metropolitan Police’s counter terrorism command.
He is charged with two counts of disseminating a terrorist publication.
Spanish police arrested Kearney at an address in Alicante on March 2, under a Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TaCA) warrant obtained by the counter terrorism command.
He then lost an extradition battle and was sent back to the UK on September 8 where he was then arrested by counter terrorism offices upon arrival.
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