The disfigured Eurydice Dixon monument: the accused anti-feminist Andrew Nolch

Andrew Nolch, 29, (pictured) off the court

Andrew Nolch, 29, (pictured) off the court

Andrew Nolch, 29, (pictured) off the court

An "anti-feminist" who defaced the commemorative memorial of slain comedian Eurydice Dixon said he did it because it became an act of "hatred for man."

Andrew Nolch has been charged with criminal damage, offensive behavior and offensive graffiti after he defaced the monument at 22 years of age.

The blogger from Melbourne, 29, pleaded guilty to the charges and ordered him to pay $ 20,000 for the damages.

He was also given a program of behavioral change of men of community corrections of 18 months and 200 hours of community work.

Nolch, who is the host of a Scientology podcast and also has anti-vaccine beliefs, committed the act a few days after Ms. Dixon was raped and murdered, and a public vigil was held the night before.

Magistrate Olivia Trumble, who described her actions as "despicable".

"The emotional damage of your behavior is immeasurable," he said while condemning him.

& # 39; Your conduct, in my opinion, is inexplicable and your actions negligible. & # 39;

The blogger from Melbourne, 29, pleaded guilty to the charges and was ordered to pay $ 20,000 for the damages.

The blogger from Melbourne, 29, pleaded guilty to the charges and was ordered to pay $ 20,000 for the damages.

The blogger from Melbourne, 29, pleaded guilty to the charges and was ordered to pay $ 20,000 for the damages.

Ms. Trumble added that Nolch showed no remorse and remained concerned about her lack of understanding of her offense.

Nolch's lawyer, Glenn Thexton, told the court last week that Nolch's views were in the hands of "many others" in society.

"There is a lot of symbolism in what he draws on the grass," he said.

Firefighters and council workers could not remove the graffiti despite working through the night, so the lawn was replaced at a cost of almost $ 20,000

Firefighters and council workers could not remove the graffiti despite working through the night, so the lawn was replaced at a cost of almost $ 20,000

Firefighters and council workers could not remove the graffiti despite working through the night, so the lawn was replaced at a cost of almost $ 20,000

Firefighters and council workers could not remove the graffiti despite working through the night, so the lawn was replaced at a cost of almost $ 20,000.

Speaking out of court, Nolch said he wanted to "apologize to Eurydice Dixon and her family."

When asked why he wanted to apologize, he replied "without comment".

Nolch: I defend equal rights for both genders. Not all men are bad & # 39;

Nolch: I defend equal rights for both genders. Not all men are bad & # 39;

Nolch: I defend equal rights for both genders. Not all men are bad & # 39;

& # 39; I am a defender of equal rights for both genders. Not all men are bad, "he said out of court.

"I did political graffiti because the media and feminists turned the tragic murder of Eurydice Dixon into a political event that hates men, ignoring possible real solutions to murder, such as the legalization of pepper spray for the protection of women or investigation into what caused the killer's autism, in which there might be a vaccine link.

"This dominant media propaganda and blatant hatred of the man bothered me so much that I thought I had to make a statement for the rights of men."

Eurydice Dixon was raped and murdered in Carlton North Park after performing a comedy concert on June 13

Eurydice Dixon was raped and murdered in Carlton North Park after performing a comedy concert on June 13

Eurydice Dixon was raped and murdered in Carlton North Park after performing a comedy concert on June 13

You should also send a saliva sample to the police, and if you do not comply, you can use reasonable force against him.

Ms. Dixon was raped and murdered in Carlton North Park after performing a comedy concert on June 13.

A 19-year-old man was charged with the rape and murder of Mrs. Dixon.

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