Police found a hoard of Nazi-era daggers, far-right literature and a framed Ku Klux Klan certificate in Nicholas Brock's bedroom in Berkshire.
Are those illegal to possess, then?
The 53-year-old was found guilty in March of three counts of possessing materials which could be of use in preparing terrorist acts.
Compare and contrast the response to this 'potential terrorist' with that to Usman Khan, the actual London Bridge terrorist...
Edward Butler, defending, said there was no evidence his client intended to carry out an attack.
That doesn't seem to matter much, since even when there is, usually the authorities do nothing.
Det Ch Supt Kath Barnes, head of Counter Terrorism Policing South East, said: "The material Brock had in his possession is dangerous and concerning.
"He had books which would provide techniques on how to fight, assisting someone who was potentially preparing a terrorist act."
Anyone with a Tom Clancy or Andy McNab novel on the shelf has 'books that would provide techniques on how to fight', don't they?H/T: Crimebodge