A 'deeply disturbed' white supremacist who had an 'obsession with guns, sex and death' has been jailed for at least four-and-a-half years in NSW.
Michael James Holt, 27, previously pleaded guilty to a string of firearm and child pornography offences after being caught hoarding a number of homemade guns at Sydney and Ourimbah.
He was sentenced to seven years imprisonment with a non-parole period of four-and-a-half years by District Court Judge Jeffrey McLennan today.
Last month, McLennan compared Holt to Martin Bryant, and said he could be the next Port Arthur mass murderer.
Holt, 27, pleaded guilty to a string of firearm and child pornography offences last month after being caught hoarding a number of homemade guns.
Judge McLennan expressed serious concerns at the time about Holt's chances of rehabilitation given he'd sent text messages talking about how he needed to kill people.
One text message read: 'Gonna have to start killing if I don't get laid soon.'
Another message told how his hate and rage were rising and he wanted to shoot people and spray a room with 'devil blood'.