Make him pay for the cleaning. Jailing him for telling the truth about the Muslim terrorists who slaughtered British soldier Lee Rigby in the street is criminal.
BBC Daniel Smith admitted two counts of causing criminal damage on 5 June, at Westminster Magistrates’ Court. Smith said he did not realise it was a war memorial.
District Judge Quentin Purdy told him: “There are those who are deeply offended by what you chose to do.” He added some people would “wish you considerable ill, I am sure, simply because you chose to do it”. (I doubt that)
Damage to the memorial, created to remember the thousands of RAF crew who lost their lives in World War Two, amounted to £870. The memorial was vandalized twice in just over a week, following the brutal murder of Rigby in Woolwich, south east London, on 22 May.
Following the sentencing Baljit Ubhey, CPS London Chief Crown Prosecutor, said: “This was an appalling act of vandalism which defaced the memorial to the thousands of men who lost their lives in the Second World War flying for RAF Bomber Command.
“I hope that this prosecution will serve as a warning that such behaviour will not be tolerated in our city.” (But murdering soldiers in the street will be?)
What can you expect when you have a repugnant prime minister who says this: