Britain First leader Paul Golding convicted of terror offence

Regrettably, a lot of our “progressives,” “civil libertarians,” and even “anarchists” will probably go along with this because he was such a fascist baddie n’all.

By Lizzie Deardon

The Independent

The leader of far-right organisation Britain First has been convicted of a terror offence.

Paul Golding refused to hand police the passwords to his phone, laptop hard drive after being stopped at Heathrow Airport in October.

He and senior members of Britain First were returning from a trip to Russia, where they carried out media interviews and visited the parliament building in Moscow.

Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard that the group were stopped by Metropolitan Police officers under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act.

Golding, 38, refused to give the pin codes for an iPhone and Apple computer and was later charged with wilfully refusing to comply with a duty under the law.


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