Nazi thug threatens Liverpool Labour councillors’ Christmas party

Duncan Cahill - 05 12 17

A member of the North West Infidels (NWI) drug gang from Liverpool is planning a violent incident at a party being thrown this evening by members of the Labour Party in the city.

Christopher Rice, 38, has form for his involvement with the drug gang.

He was arrested along with Shane Calvert and others for an attack on an Irish march through the city in 2012. Rice, who gave his address in Walton at the time, was charged with failing to comply with conditions of Section 14 of the Public Order Act. His close friend Calvert was charged with possession of cocaine.

Rice has of late been ‘advising’ younger members of the far right that he is ‘back on the scene’ to help them in their crusade.

He has in particular been helping/advising former EDL leader in the city, Dylan Cresswell, who has degenerated into little more than a shuffling mess trying to whip up violence against Muslims.

In a social media conversation with the notorious Pam Branningan, Rice claims he will not be held responsible for his actions when he attends the party this evening.

He says he has “acquired” a ticket to the event and likens himself to James Bond, claiming he is going to arrive in a Range Rover.

The police and the Labour group have both been warned of his intentions.

An earlier threat earned Dylan Cresswell’s approval.

Rice was previously also a member of the ‘CxF’ nazi gang of ex-soldiers who threatened to murder the-then Prime Minister, David Cameron, as well as police officers.

Discussion between Cresswell and Rice prior to the EDL’s Liverpool demo.


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