July 07, 2009

East Lancashire BNP activists won't be charged over leaflets

Three British National Party activists arrested last year in connection with campaign leaflets have been released from police bail.

The three, a 41-year-old man from Nelson, a 44 year-old man from Darwen, and a 57-year-old man from Nelson were all arrested in November on suspicion of the publication and distribution of written material intended to stir up racial hatred and the possession of racially inflammatory material.

The swoops were in connection with leaflets which claimed Muslims were responsible for the heroin trade. Lancashire police have now told the three they will not face any charges.

A 53-year-old man from Preston arrested on suspicion of the same offences has been re-bailed until later this month.

Yesterday BNP activists protested outside Blackburn Police Station against the police’s handling of the case.

Burnley Citizen


irishtony said...

Sorry for going off thread But this is possibly the funniest BNP interview ever


It really sums up so much

You will feel despair, you will laugh, you will want to cry Please plaese please read it


The CPS Sucks! said...

This ain't suprising when you consider that the BNP have friends in high places who ensure few if any prosecutions against active members of the BNP are seen into fruition.

The BNP are most definately state-approved, from Nick Griffin and Simon Darby downwards.

Wasn't any surprise that Bumbrook was invited to the royal garden party, folks.

The establishment well and truly sucks!

Anonymous said...

Barnbrook was invited to the Palace on account of being elected to the GLA. It's automatic and nothing to do with being in bed with the establishment. Fascism might have its supporters in the British establishment but compared to the 1920s and 1930s its support there has diminished greatly. It's the support elsewhere we should be worried about.