UK: ‘Dhimmi’ judge jails a man for one year for putting anti-Islam images in his window

Darren Conway, a self-confessed supporter of right-wing organizations, from Gainsborough, who plastered his front window with anti-Islamic literature has been jailed for a year.

(Since there are no pictures of what he posted in his window, I will post what I hope was there)

This is Lincolnshire  The court was told on Tuesday that carer Conway had covered the front window of his ground floor flat in Heaton Street in Gainsborough with 17 photographs and posters. Many were offensive – attacking both the prophet Mohammed and the Muslim religion. He was convicted following a short trial earlier this year, when sentencing was postponed for reports to be prepared.

Judge Michael Heath told Conway: “To describe the material you put in your window as grossly offensive is an understatement. “There is no place in a civilised society for conduct of that sort and the only sentence I can justify for it is an immediate custodial sentence.”.

Christopher Lowe, prosecuting, said that Conway, who admitted to supporting both the BNP and the English Defence League, was caught after a member of the public complained to police.

“Later that day police attended the premises and found 17 posters and images in the front window in full public view,” said Mr Lowe. “The majority of the displayed posters and images were undoubtedly offensive to the Islamic faith.

“Conway was arrested at the scene and taken into police custody. “He appeared to make out that those posters were, more or less, an opportunity to get back at his landlord. “He was trying to justify them on a political and religious basis.

Tony Stanton, in mitigation, said Conway appeared to have displayed the material as part of an ongoing dispute with his landlord.

He said Conway had no history of similar offending and spent much of his time caring for his elderly father. His father has suffered multiple strokes and cannot get out,” said Mr Stanton. “This defendant involves himself in regular activity such as shopping for his father. That person would suffer should he lose his liberty.”

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