A teenage white supremacist has been sentenced to 16 months in a young offender institution after covering the Welsh city of Cardiff with swastikas and hateful slogans towards the racial and sexual minorities. Elliott Richards-Good, 18, was a member of the alt-right white supremacist group System Resistance Network (SRN). He arrived to Cardiff to receive a degree in a local university, and that is when he started to express his ideology in this city too. Richards-Good daubed abusive, racist slurs on several buildings before an anti-racist rally in March 2018. A month later he filmed himself putting up posters to celebrate Hitler’s birthday and spray painting a swastika on a government building. When arrested he initially answered “no comment” in interviews and refused to hand over passwords to phones and other devices, but police found extreme right-wing books, laptops and a computer tower at his home, as well as handwritten notes with email addresses and passwords linked to SRN. But during the trial he filed a guilty plea of everything he was charged with.