There is the one of Patatas holding their newborn while Thomas holds a flag emblazoned with the Nazi swastika.
And there’s one of Thomas cradling the baby boy; the child is wearing polka-dot footie pajamas, his father the sort of hooded robe favored by Ku Klux Klansmen.
There is also the middle name that the couple chose to give to their son: Adolf.
At the end of a seven-week trial in Birmingham Crown Court, Thomas and Patatas were convicted of terrorism charges after leading not-so-secret double lives. Both were found guilty Monday of being members of National Action, the extreme right-wing organization that virtually deifies Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. Thomas was also found guilty of possessing instructions to make a bomb.
Thomas and Patatas were arrested in January and charged with being members of National Action.