The man who is accused of killing his gay Jewish friend after he revealed that he had a crush on him has signed a not guilty plea. Previously the judge has denied a bail for him stating that setting a person like him free might create a threat for people around him, because Blaze Bernstein was killed with an unimaginable cruelty – stabbed more than 20 times in the face and neck and left to die in the park in the middle of the night, and a person who is believed to have committed something like this should not be allowed to contact other people. However, regardless of numerous evidence, Woodward himself did not admit that he had committed a murder on the basis of anti-Semitic and homophobic hate. Evidence collected from Woodward’s computer and social media profiles suggest that he is a neo-Nazi and that he holds discriminatory views against Jews, women and people of different ethnicities. He had also posted racist and violent content about white nationalism on a meme website called iFunny and he is also believed to have ties with neo-Nazi youth group.