Norbury EDL supporter Tony Perrin jailed after admitting Facebook threat to bomb and massacre Muslims

Tony Perrin posted this picture of himself the day after the incident in Woolwich Tony Perrin posted this picture of himself the day after the incident in Woolwich

A boxer who threatened to make a bomb and massacre Muslims on Facebook following the killing of a soldier in Woolwich has been jailed for four months.

Tony Perrin was arrested close to his home in Norbury on Saturday, May 25, after posting the threats with a picture of a himself, wearing a balaclava and pointing a gun at the camera.

The 27-year-old who used a Facebook page in the name of ‘Tony Croydon,’ made the post on May 22, the day after the death of Drummer Lee Rigby, who was run down with a car and then attacked by two men with knives and a meat cleaver yards away from Woolwich Barracks.

West London Magistrates Court heard the picture was accompanied by a post which said: ‘I will do a lot worse than what took place yesterday and I have like minded people behind me.’

He added: ‘You Muslims aren’t the only people that make explosives and your (sic) not the only people willing to commit acts of insane violence.’

The message concluded with ‘never f***ing surrender- revenge will be taken!’

Perrin admitted the handgun was only a BB gun and said he was drunk when he made the offensive post.

Tony Perrin was jailed for four months

Tony Perrin was jailed for four months

From The Croydon Guardian . Report by Hannah Williamson 13.06.13

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