Former Aberystwyth student Andrew Dymock ‘preached zero-tolerance’ to non-whites and described homosexuality as a ‘disease’. A neo-Nazi has been convicted of fundraising for an extreme right-wing group and promoting its “distorted and wicked cause” while studying in west Wales. Judge Mark Dennis QC said Andrew Dymock, 24, who at the time was a politics student at Aberystwyth University, Ceredigion, was a dangerous offender, highlighting his continuing “state of denial”. He sentenced Dymock to seven years in prison, with a further three years on extended licence. Earlier, after being found guilty of 15 charges, including 12 terrorism-related offences, Dymock told jurors: “Thank you for killing me.” (…) Police found a picture on one of Dymock’s devices showing a swastika cut into an an ex-girlfriend’s buttock. In January 2019 he told detectives he had used his nail to scratch the far-right symbol.