A man who possessed Nazi, neo-Nazi, anti-Muslim, antisemitic and other racist and violent images will stand trial next year.
Sam Imrie, 22, reportedly hoarded knives, nunchucks, a hammer, a baseball bat, a rifle scope and petrol, which he referred to as his “arsenal”, and is accused of posting on Telegram, an online messaging platform, indicating that he planned to commit an attack on the Fife Islamic Centre in Glenrothes and stream live footage.
It is also alleged that he recorded and compiled details of terrorist attacks on places of worship.
Mr Imrie faces two charges under the Terrorism Act 2006 and one under the Terrorism Act 2000.
The trail is set for 1st June 2020 at the High Court in Glasgow.