London - Neo-Nazi Sentenced To 40-Months In Prison Following Conviction Of Posting Anti-Semitic Material Online
London - A 23 year-old neo-Nazi was sentenced to over 3 years in prison following his conviction on charges that he posted obscene, anti-Semitic materials online ahead of an extreme right-wing rally that was to take place in one of London’s largest Jewish communities back in July.
STANDARD.co.uk (http://bit.ly/1SWGiPG) reports that detectives for the Met’s Public Order Branch used every tool available to track down Joshua Bonehill-Paine after the images—-including one depicting weedkiller being sprayed on a concentration camp—-appeared online ahead of what was billed as an “anti-Jewification” event was set to take place in Golders Green.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Barnes said, “There are challenges in attributing such material posted online to the originator but our digital forensic examiners worked tirelessly, carrying out extensive analysis of the material, phone data and online activity to prove that Bonehill-Paine posted the material from his laptop.”
Barnes hailed the 40-month sentenced Bonehill-Paine received in at Southwark Crown Court, saying, “The Met fully understands the hurt that is felt in communities affected by this type of crime. It is only by continually working with communities that we can ensure they are safe and free from fear.”
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