BBC | Daniel De Simone
They drank there regularly. Normally on a Saturday. Often during the week, too.
Numbers varied – from only a couple of drinkers to as many as 10.
This is the Friar Penketh in Warrington, a busy Wetherspoons in the town centre.
But the conversation of the drinking party was not that of ordinary lads out socialising – football or work – but focused on far darker subjects, such as their hatred of Jewish and non-white people, their veneration of Nazism and Adolf Hitler, and their fascination with terrorism.