Thursday, September 17, 2009


Shajjadar Choudhury at court
SIX men appeared before magistrates yesterday accused of hurling abuse at British soldiers during an anti-war demonstration by Muslims.

They are alleged to have been threatening and abusive during a Royal Anglian Regiment march to mark the end of a six-month stint fighting in Iraq.

Banners bearing slogans like “Baby killers” and “Butchers of Basra” were waved during the procession through Luton, Beds.

In court yesterday were Jalal Ahmed, 21, Yousaf Bashir, 29, Jubair Ahmed, 19, Ziaur Rahman, 32, Shajjadar Choudhury, 31, and Munim Abdul, 28.

They denied using threatening or abusive words or behaviour and causing harassment alarm and distress at the protest on March 10.

The court in Luton was told a seventh defendant should have appeared alongside them but was unable to attend because his wife had gone into labour.

Ibrahim Anderson, 32, the absent defendant, also denies the charge, the court was told. All seven defendants live in Luton and are due to stand trial in January.

ACCUSED: Yousaf Bashir, Munim Abdul and Jalal Ahmed

The charge was brought under Section 5 of the Public Order Act of 1986.

Barrister Paul Harrison, prosecuting on behalf of the Crown Prosecution Service, said a trial involving the seven was likely to last five days.

He said that during the trial the prosecution would be playing video footage taken during the protest on March 10.

District Judge Caralyn Mellanby was told that the defence teams for the men would also be playing video footage.

All seven were granted bail until January 4 and they left court without commenting.

Yesterday’s appearance came less than a week after two other men appeared in the same court on charges relating to the disturbance.

On Friday Bryan Kelso, 27, and Kevin Carroll, 40, both of Luton, pleaded not guilty to causing harassment, alarm, or distress.

Both men were released on unconditional bail and will go on trial on November 23.


Anonymous said...

These are the ones to blame for the EDL riots all over England.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
These are the ones to blame for the EDL riots all over England.

17 September 2009 20:10
No they are not.
Both were organised by the state.
The state organises this to stop people moaning about it's genocidal actions in the AFGHANISTAN OPIUM WAR.

Anonymous said...

deport them to where they support

E. N. Ronn said...

A word to the wise. Avoid too much comment on a case that is sub judice. Better still, don't comment at all till the trial is over.

Anonymous said...

Trafalgar Sq,Saturday, 26th September 1pm

Anonymous said...

E. N. Ronn said...
A word to the wise. Avoid too much comment on a case that is sub judice. Better still, don't comment at all till the trial is over.

18 September 2009 01:02
Do you mean don't comment until another STITCH UP has gone before the corrupt masonic judiciary.
There is no justice in this land,what we do have is BENT COPPERS & A BENT JUDICIARY.
People fail to realize that what they do to the Muslims they will also do to us.

Anonymous said...

muslims or not,have they not a right to protest,since most people who post on here agree that iraq is an illegal war!
ps British justice best legal system in the world! WHAT A LOAD OF BOLLOCKS.A bunch of over paid pricks in wigs and gowns,acting out a farce which some twats call justice, were the verdict is decided before case begins

Anonymous said...

Why is Oldhams Allan Rhodes still on a football curfew ,surely he is too old to do anything ?

Anonymous said...

Fatty Rhodes doesnt actually do anything at all.

He never has.

Never stood for election or done any leafletting or canvassing he is too thick to do that.

What he does do is stand at the bar and get pissed. He moans about everybody. A right miserable cunt he is.

He is a griffinite though.

Anonymous said...

Allan Rhodes has never even been the lowliest of BNP officials, ever.

He is not even good enough for that.

But he spouts his lies and filth on the internet with his other druggie bumchums.

Anonymous said...

I think the EDL need to be seriously educated in the ways of the world?

"Bizarrely, the EDL shared this makeshift pen with a group of Iranians demonstrating against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. At one point the two groups joined their banners together.

As the Al Quds marchers drew level with the Eros statue, far-right demonstrators unfurled an Israel flag and waved it at the people walking past, who responded by waving a variety of pro-Palestinian flags and placards."

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