Three Arrests outside BNP Court Case in Liverpool
This morning, the BNP National Treasurer and Griffin ‘yes man’ Clive Jefferson, was at Liverpool Magistrates Court on charges relating to his arrest outside the Crown Court earlier in the month.
The BNP had called for a national mobilisation to support Jefferson, yet unfortunately the active BNP membership is disappearing as fast as party funding. They could only manage around thirty people, of which only two were known faces.
There a small contingent of local anti-fascists in attendance
Their protest was very subdued to say the least, apart from a few of the usual, ‘get a job’ taunts, and calling us ‘paedophiles’.
The subdued atmosphere changed when someone unconnected with either protest was racially abused by one of the BNP. Unfortunately, the police did hear what was said to him, but heard him say back to her, ‘go away’. This apparently required the police to arrest him in order to prevent a breach of the peace.
During the scuffle, two antifascists were also arrested to prevent a breach of the police. The arrested individuals were then marched around the corner to await the meat wagons arrival.