He seguido el caso (Actualización sobre el caso Lionheart), incluso ayudado algo, a este «cabecita loca» al que la policía de lo multicultural británica ha estado acosando durante más de año y medio en un juego de ratón y gato cuyo fin era solo amedrentarle: All charges against UK blogger Lionheart dropped.. No lo consiguieron, afortunadamente, y sigue en sus trece. Nos alegramos. Dymphna de Gates of Vienna, que le ayudo cuando estaba en EE. UU. se congratula también: Finally: Lionheart’s Been Let Go.
Además, está escribiendo con mayor frecuencia en su blog últimamente. Por ejemplo, aquí (English & Welsh Defence League – London protest 27th June 2009) nos cuenta un caso curioso:
The initial London protest was organised by the illusive internet figure ‘Dave Shaw’, who, it is believed, is either an undcover reporter like Donal Macintyre, or an undercover police officer charged with infiltrating the British people’s protests against Islamic extremists. Either way, he blatantly acted like an ‘agent provocateur’ which raised the suspicions of many people. Several of those spoke at great lengths with him over the phone about the protest he had organised, before the day and on the day, and listened to his denials of the accusations that were posed to him.
It was decided that members of the English and Welsh Defence League would still attend the protest in London, but arranged to meet before the start of the protest at a seperate location from the one advertised, and then travel into the main meeting place and join any other protestors who had travelled in for ‘Dave Shaw’s protest.
Sadly, out of a ‘Dave Shaw’s group of several thousand, and a few hundred saying they were going to be attending the event, there were none present on the day, apart from the members of the English and Welsh Defence League who had travelled in.
The call had gone out several weeks before for people to travel from the North, and the South, from the East and the West, to the Luton protest, and on this day in London the numbers might have been few but there were people from the far North, far South, far East, and far West in attendence.
Un individuo desconocido organiza un quedada para darse una vuelta por las zonas mas islamizadas de Londres. Un grupo de ingleses acude, pero se junta por su cuenta antes. Van al sitio, el individuo no aparece, pero hay un montón de policías que les acordonan, los retienen y los fichan. Podéis ver las fotos y el video.
La policía británica no se atrevería a tratar así los extremistas musulmanes.