An alleged right-wing extremist who was brought back to Britain from Spain has denied disseminating terrorist publications .
Kristofer Thomas Kearney, 37, a British national based in Alicante, is accused of having a significant social media presence and extreme right-wing mindset.
The two charges against him state that on January 23 and March 8, 2021, he provided a service to others by sending electrical links that enabled them to obtain, read and listen to terrorist publications.
Kearney was arrested by Spanish police last March under a warrant obtained by British counter-terrorism police in relation to an investigation into extreme right-wing terrorism.
He was brought back to the UK on September 8, last year and arrested upon his arrival, then charged and remanded into custody.
On Friday, he pleaded not guilty to the two charges of dissemination of a terrorist publication when he appeared by video link at the Old Bailey from Chelmsford prison in Essex.
Kearney, formerly from Petherick Road in Liverpool, faces a trial on June 5, at the Old Bailey.