Look who’s back

Matthew Collins - 02 07 13
Crispin in action in 2011

Crispin in action in 2011

Back in 2011, photographers from Hope Not Hate captured on film the moment an EDL member fractured the jaw of a Muslim man during an EDL march in Dagenham.

The march, which was not policed, was in protest against a former Butcher’s shop being used by the Muslim community. Unaware there ws a march, the victim and his brother were strolling towards a video shop when they were set upon.

In July of last year, Crispin received just three months for the assault. Crispin had promised he was leaving the EDL and had been rather foolish for ever getting involved with them in the first place.

Well, it appears that Crispin is back with the EDL. EDL News has uncovered photos of Crispin with the EDL leadership last month and he even turned up to join other EDL thugs in Woolwich on the weekend when the racist gang insulted the memory of British soldiers and in particular, the family of Drummer Lee Rigby.

We can only assume that Crispin’s finished whatever course it is that racists get sent on and has convinced whoever it was, that he is some sort of reformed character.

So reformed is Crispin, that it is reported that he recently also exposed himself in a pub for which he was charged and recently also changed his name on facebook to “Aryan English”. He certainly does like to rant non-stop about harming other Muslims.

Interestingly, he recently took a photograph of the inside of a court room where he was appearing. We had a very similar incident last year when he denied posting threats on his facebook page against the victims of his attack while they were in the canteen as Snaresbrook Crown Court with him.

So much for your non-racist and non-violent EDL.

In court (again) illegal (again)

In court (again) illegal (again)


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