Nick Griffin18. October, 2008
Charged, tried, convicted and fined in England.
Background and contribution:
Famous for his recent court case over pictures and words published in the magazine “The Rune”, Griffin, a well-known British political activist, was charged, tried and convicted as a sacrificial lamb on the altar of Tony Blair’s election promises – to be “tougher on Revisionists and racists.” Two US black separatist leaders spoke out as witnesses for Griffin, but he was convicted nonetheless to a steep fine of L3,000. (The expert witness for the defense was none other than Dr. Robert Faurisson who helped out once again when help was needed.) Griffin is reported to be unbowed.
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