Authorities found open drawers in Nathaniel Veltman's home when they searched.
In the opening, the defendant wrote: he This is about my political positions. In the document, which consisted of more than 60,000 characters according to the police analyst, the defendant referred to himself as a Christian and a white nationalist.
He makes several odious remarks against the Muslim community and concludes by saying he wants to make life as uncomfortable as possible for these people until they leave the country.
Judge Renee Pomerance instructed the jury that this evidence should not be used to determine the character of the accused.
The magistrate insisted that the role of the jurors is not to punish the accused for his ideas even if they consider them offensive, but rather to determine his guilt by based on all the facts presented in the ongoing trial.
In addition to naming the perpetrators of mass shootings in its own document, video recordings of the perpetrators of the Christchurch and Oslo killings were also found on the accused's computer.
A document described as a manifesto by the prosecution and called The Great Replacement was also found among the documents deleted from the computer.
These items were viewed and downloaded to the computer in February 2021.
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