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Protest in support of the Free Speech Two June 2006

A free speech demonstration outside Leeds Crown Court 30th June 2006 in support of Mark Collett and Nick Griffin who both face charges of using words likely to incite racial hatred when they warned of the growing Islamic influence in Britain. Nick Griffin called Islam a "wicked faith" over a year before the Islamic terror attacks on London's transport network on 7th July 2005 killing 52 innocent commuters and travellers.

A sea of national flags More flags carried loftily
A sea of national flags More flags carried loftily
More flags carried loftily Civil Liberty supporters came from all over the UK.
We could not have put it better Civil Liberty supporters came from all over the UK.
Expressing support for the Free Speech Two Free Speech defender, Nick Griffin addresses the crowd
Expressing support for the Free Speech Two Free Speech defender, Nick Griffin addresses the crowd
Our girls definitely have the better uniform.
Our girls definitely have the better uniform. "Better not nick him while he is reading The Guardian"
Watching them, watching us. What an expensive exercise, and the camera man came all the way from Fife Constabulary! The inevitable camera crew - a presence deliberately intended to intimidate, cause alarm and distress to protestors, isn't that a definition of breach of the peace?
Watching them, watching us. What an expensive exercise, and the camera man came all the way from Fife Constabulary! The inevitable camera crew - a presence deliberately intended to intimidate, cause alarm and distress to protestors, isn't that a definition of breach of the peace?
   





 

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