VIOLENT scenes erupted in a Supreme Court dock today when convicted “Nazi death-squad” killer Robert Edhouse attempted to attack his co-accused and a family member was restrained by security guards.
Moments after being told he had been found guilty of the murder of Alan Taylor, Edhouse – the former leader of the so-called Aryan Nations group – lunged and swung punches in the dock at Dymock, who had been acquitted of murder but found guilty of accessory to the brutal 2016 murder.
At the same time a man believed to be Edhouse’s uncle stormed forward attempting to get into the body of the court, and had to be restrained as security guards descended.
Justice Lindy Jenkins retreated out of court, as officers lay on top of Edhouse in the dock as he yelled obscenities.
Other supporters of Edhouse and Dymock traded barbs with the family of Mr Taylor, who attended every day of the trial.