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A convicted terror supporter who tried to delete his violent pornographic browser history from an Australian Federal Police-monitored laptop will be jailed and back behind bars.
Melbourne nurse and paramedic Adam Brookman supported Chechen fighters on the frontline against the Assad regime in Syria was jailed for six years for his involvement in a foreign incursion in 2014.
He went into custody after returning to Australia in 2015 but wasn't sentenced until June last year when he received six years and eight months prison for pleading guilty to performing acts in support or promotion of the commission of an offence under foreign incursion laws.
With time served he was immediately released from prison, leaving police scrambling to place him on a control order which imposed strict restrictions on his laptop and mobile phone usage.
Adam Brookman (pictured while previously in custody in 2021) will be sentenced on Friday
He agreed to a ban on social media access without written approval from the AFP, and to not access unauthorised materials showing knives, guns, executions or explosions.
But within weeks of his release Brookman was breaching the order.
For three months police monitoring his online activities - accessed through an AFP- provided computer and phone.
They watched him visit pornographic websites and then delete details of the clips and videos from his browser