Ha ha, that's brilliant.
Glad to see that w*nkstain Stephen Green getting into a spot of bother over his fundamentalist views. He had it coming to him.
There's two sides to this. He was making a mild nuisance of himself. The police advised him that he should stop. He deliberately escalated the issue and got himself charged in order to make a point and the Police fell for it.Kate wrote:I'm a little troubled that he's been arrested and charged for handing out leaflets. Unfortunately freedom of speech means hearing nutters like Green spouting off their nonsense. As long as his leaflet wasn't threatening then he should have been left to be laughed at, pointed at or simply ignored.
They do not allow comments on upcoming court cases for legal reasons.Mr Green faces a court appearance today charged with using 'threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour' after his attempt to distribute the leaflets at the weekend 'Mardi Gras' event in Cardiff.
is probably the most important in the article. Not just because it shows the upcoming court case, but because it shows that the guy hasn't been arrested just for handing out leaflets, as the article says, but for "using 'threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour'".Mr Green faces a court appearance today charged with using 'threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour' after his attempt to distribute the leaflets at the weekend 'Mardi Gras' event in Cardiff.
It'd be interesting to see if it quoted that section of the Bible as far as Romans 1:32:The leaflets also quoted Romans 1:25-27 from the New Testament, to the effect that homosexuals are given to 'vile affections'.
Another good bit:Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.
No prosecution followed in any of the other cases in the article, but the paper only points out that the one involving Muslims didn't get prosecuted, giving the impression that Muslims are treated more lightly.The Met Police in London also investigated former Muslim Council of Britain leader Sir Iqbal Sacranie after he gave an interview saying homosexuality was harmful. However, no prosecution followed in that case.
It remains me of where Peter Tachell said that the biggest homophobic people are the biggest homosexuals.Kate wrote:Mediawatchwatch have more on the story, including a downloadable PDF version of the leaflet that dear Mr Green was wafting about.
Is it just me, or does anyone else think the man has a rather unhealthy interest in gay sex?
Big Ears will get done for speeding. While Plod is dealing with these 'otherwise law abiding' individuals, the Gollywogs will be taking over. There. We've written it for him. He doesn't need to make it up.larrylargesse wrote:Littlecock will write some 'hilarious'parody about Stephen Green
with Noddy being arrested by Pc plod for giving out anti Mr wobbly leatlets at the toy town mardis gra etc etc- you could t make it up
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