Sheppard and Whittle Guilty

Men convicted of race hate crimes
January 9, 2009

Two men have been convicted of publishing “obnoxious and abhorrent” racist material. Simon Sheppard, 51, of Brook Street, Selby, and Stephen Whittle, 41, of Avenham Lane, Preston, have been found guilty of a number of offences. A trial at Leeds Crown Court heard they printed leaflets and controlled websites featuring racist material. The pair, who are currently in the hands of US immigration authorities, will be sentenced in March…

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3 Responses to Sheppard and Whittle Guilty

  1. littlehorn says:

    Is this really an anti-fascist news ? I would say it’s pro-fascist. Control and repression, of the racist speech maybe, but it’s still control and repression. Plus, it gives these assholes a possibility to gain moral clout.

  2. @ndy says:

    To report on something is not necessarily to agree with its contents.

  3. littlehorn says:

    Agreed. But not saying anything about it leaves the author’s intentions open to all interpretations.

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