February 14, 2014
'Muslim Patrol' Members Given Restraining Order Against Assaulting People w/ Sharia
The three members of the 'Muslim patrol' who last year were seen in videos posted on YouTube assaulting people in East London have been given the British equivalent of restraining orders. In addition to the jail time for the assaults which were handed out last December, the three today were told by a judge that they are not to advocate sharia publicly and are forbidden from meeting with each other or Anjem Choudary.
You'll recall that these guys claimed that East London was a 'Muslim area'. A guy we termed 'Red Beard' since he showed up in so many of Choudary's videos was the ring leader. Daily Mail:
Three religious vigilantes who terrorised innocent members of the public as the self-styled ‘Muslim Patrol’ have been banned from promoting Sharia Law in Britain.You can see a video of them trying to enforce Sharia law in London here.
Jordan Horner, 20, Royal Barnes, 23, and Ricardo MacFarlane, 26, were jailed for a total of two years and ten months [Ed note: that's total for the three, the longest sentence was just over a year for Horner and the shortest was 6 months for Barnes] for touring East London harassing people they deemed to be ‘non-believers’.
The three men were today also slapped with a five-year Asbo banning them from distributing material about Sharia Law to the public, or even meeting each other.
The trio are also banned from associating with controversial preacher Anjem Choudary.
H/T: Anjem Choudary who overlooks the fact that these guys were guilty of assault and claims the three are being oppressed for unpopular speech.