August 26, 2009

Police investigate racism claims at BNP event

Derbyshire police has launched an investigation into allegations of racist behaviour at the BNPs Red, White and Blue Festival.

The allegations - made in a national newspaper - involved claims that a 12-year-old girl burned a golly doll at the annual event. A spokeswoman for Derbyshire police said officers will be contacting the newspaper, which alleges that an undercover reporter witnessed unlawful activity while at the event.

Red, White and Blue was held for the third consecutive year on fields off Codnor-Denby Lane, Denby, earlier this month.

An article in the News of the World said it had sent an undercover reporter to the event who saw evidence of racist behaviour.

The BNP said it had launched an investigation into the claims.

This is Derbyshire


Anonymous said...

They should also be investigating child abuse!

Anonymous said...

Hope this will be the last ever Nazifest.

Anonymous said...

Racism at a BNP event!!

You gotta be joking, man!!

Anonymous said...

Well they have approx 1500 eye witnesses to the nazi saluting and racist slogans.