A couple who named their baby after Adolf Hitler have been found guilty of being members of a banned terrorist group.
Adam Thomas, 22, and Claudia Patatas, 38, from Banbury, along with Daniel Bogunovic, 27, from Leicester, were charged with being in National Action.
Birmingham Crown Court heard the couple gave their child the middle name Adolf in honour of the Nazi leader.
The Neo-Nazi terrorist group National Action was outlawed in 2016.
Prosecutors said the East Midlands chapter of the group “shed one skin for another” and “rebranded” after being banned.
Jurors, who reached unanimous verdicts after 12 hours of deliberating, were shown photographs of Thomas wearing Ku Klux Klan robes while cradling his baby.
He said the pictures were “just play” but admitted being a racist.
Prosecutors said the case was about “a specific type of terror… born out of fanatical and tribal belief in white supremacy”.
The jury is still deliberating on a final count alleging Thomas had a copy of terrorist manual the Anarchist Cookbook.