Melbourne right-wing extremist guilty of plotting terror attacks

A Melbourne man has been found guilty of plotting terror attacks targeting buildings including Trades Hall and creating a handbook for wannabe attackers.

Right-wing extremist Phillip Galea, 35, was charged with doing acts in preparation or planning a terrorist act and attempting to make a document to facilitate a terrorist act.

Philip Galea has been found guilty of plotting terror attacks.

He was found guilty by a Victorian Supreme Court jury after deliberating for about two days following a seven-week trial.

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