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Anders Breivik

British court convicts 'ginger extremist' of plotting terrorist attacks

LONDON A British court on Tuesday convicted a man dubbed a "ginger extremist" of plotting a chemical attack and planning to kill Prince Charles to pave the way for ginger-haired Prince Harry to become king. Mark Colborne, 37, a self-confessed admirer of Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Breivik, said he planned to carry out an attack "for the Aryan people." He was convicted of preparing terrorist acts on Tuesday, after a jury had failed to reach a verdict in May. Prosecutors cited evidence from Colborne's diary in which he said he planned to use a sniper rifle to kill Prince Charles. He also acquired chemicals, dust masks, funnels, syringes and gloves that he...