UK: Britain First leaders appear in court over religiously motivated harassment charges

Britain First leader Paul Golding and Deputy Leader Jayda Fransen appeared at Sevenoaks Magistrates' Court in Kent on Tuesday, after being charged with religiously aggravated harassment. The pair have been released on bail until their trial, the date of which will be released shortly. «We’re going to be entering a plea of ‘not guilty’ to these ridiculous charges of harassing a group of... Еще convicted Muslim migrant rapists. We’re pleading ‘not guilty’ because we are not guilty and we’re going to be entering our plea today,» said Golding outside court. According to police, Golding has been charged with three counts of harassment while Fransen was charged with four. The charges involve the distribution of leaflets in Thanet and Canterbury, as well as of videos posted online during the trial of the Ramsgate gang rapists in May. The court appearance comes days after Fransen was arrested during a rally in Sunderland for violating her previous bail terms. She recently reportedly conducted a phone interview with Radio Aryan, a neo-Nazi station which has previously read out Hitler's 'Mein Kampf.'
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