Sunday, 7 July 2013

Labour Party member convicted for sending death threat messages

This month a Labour Party member Craig Tomkinson, 41, of Cheriton Close, Allesley Park, Coventy, pleaded guilty to five counts of sending malicious messages containing death threats against British National Party Leader.

The case was aired at Coventry Magistrates Court where several messages were read. One messages that mentioned Pim Fortuyn, a Dutch politician who was assassinated in 2002, said: ‘Remember Pim Fortuyn. I have your home address so it won’t be any problem to see your head explode you racist, homophobic Nazi.

Tomkinson, who is a member of the Labour Party, is already serving a 12-month suspended sentence after having pleaded guilty to similar charges at Birmingham Magistrates Court on May 8.

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