27 Jan, 2023 @ 14:03
1 min read

Alleged far-right extremist Kris Kearney who was extradited from Spain’s Costa Blanca to Britain denies ‘disseminating terrorist publications’

Old Bailey
Cordon Press

AN alleged right wing British extremist who set up home in Alicante before being extradited to the UK has denied disseminating terrorist publications .

Kristofer Thomas Kearney, 37, who appeared via video link at the Old Bailey in London, is accused of sharing links to enable people to obtain, read and listen to terrorist publications.

The charges relate to two incidents on January 23 and March 8, 2021.

Spanish police arrested Kearney at an address in Alicante on March 2. 

Cp 09 01 06 M109
The Old Bailey. Photo: Cordon Press

He lost an extradition battle and was sent back to the UK on September 8.

The Olive Press has been monitoring Kearns for nearly a year, as he travelled between his rented villa in Albir, on the Costa Blanca and hotels around Marbella.

Kearns – who is well known among members of white nationalist group Patriotic Alternative – ran a social media site called Fascist Fitness where he posted videos.

Many of his videos were filmed in Marbella as well as the Costa Blanca.

Today (January 27) he pleaded not guilty to two charges of dissemination of a terrorist publication.

He is at present on remand at Chelmsford prison in Essex, with a trial due on June 5 at the Old Bailey.

Yassin Kanza 1760534170 175356350 667x375
Previous Story

Culprit in Algeciras church massacre in Spain’s terror attack was Moroccan national under surveillance and awaiting deportation 

Spain's Emeritus King Juan Carlos to pay income tax in exiled home of Abu Dhabi
Next Story

Spain’s Emeritus King Juan Carlos to pay income tax in exiled home of Abu Dhabi

Latest from Alicante

Go toTop

More From The Olive Press

A Paradise for Play: Family-Friendly Accommodations in Madeira

Discover the best family-friendly accommodations in Madeira for your next

Gibraltar upgraded as ‘largely compliant’ in tackling money laundering and terrorist financing by European watchdog MONEYVAL

GIBRALTAR has been marked as ‘largely compliant’ in its progress