Andrew Sanders, White supremacist, back in court

White supremacist ‘had guns, grenades’
Drew Cratchley
The Australian [AAP]
October 16, 2006

AN alleged white supremacist had a gun, smoke grenades and a terrorist handbook in his Sydney home when police raided it a week after the Cronulla race riot, a court has been told.

Andrew Sanders, 25, was charged with one firearms offence and six prohibited weapons charges following a police search of his western Sydney home in the early hours of December 19 last year.

Police allege they uncovered swords, ammunition, literature titled The Terrorist Handbook and a poster carrying the slogan White Pride…

Mr MacMahon adjourned the hearing to October 30, when Sanders is expected to give evidence.

Some mothers do ‘ave ‘em… Sanders is the bloke what back in January at an earlier court appearance got bail conditions meaning he couldn’t leave his mum’s side. He’s also responsible for authoring the website fightback.org, established just prior to the Cronulla ‘riot’, which urged concerned citizens to arm themselves with a variety of items before attending the protest… items not terribly dissimilar to those which Sanders is currently facing charges for possession of.

Of course, had Sanders been brown-skinned and/or Muslim…

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6 Responses to Andrew Sanders, White supremacist, back in court

  1. Andrew Sanders says:

    This is messed up slander against me.

    My name is Andrew Sanders, I am a new convert to Islam and I am definitely not a racist.

    You must find a better way to attack people than just fabricate a bunch of lies against me.

    I don’t know who you are, but I have a good idea.

    Why you did this I don’t know… however whatever reason you wrote this to defame me was weak.

    1. I got no fame nor [am I] worthy of defaming.
    2. Why waste your time on me?

    Get a life man. Read the Quran …

  2. @ndy says:

    I think this may be a case of mistaken identity.

  3. Dr. Cam says:

    Is it possible that there is more than one person in Australia called Andrew?

  4. @ndy says:

    Possible, but according to some, unlikely. On the other hand, if this Andrew is from the UK — which their email address suggests may be the case — your intriguing theory may be rendered a little more credible.

  5. Lumpen says:

    There are three people named “Andrew Sanders” on facebook alone. Quite a few in the US and elsewhere.

    …The plot thickens.

  6. Lumpen says:

    I meant there are three people on Facebook from Australia named Andrew Sanders. There are lots more in other countries.

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