EDL member ASKS to be sent to prison after pelting police with bricks, bottles and cans

Liverpool Antifascists

Andrew Edge chanted ‘EDL, EDL’ as he was led away from the dock following his trial in Birmingham – he was one of three men found guilty of violent disorder
Jailed: Andrew Edge asked to be remanded in custody

Andrew Edge, 44, of Stockport, chanted ‘EDL, EDL’ as he was led away from the dock following his trial in Birmingham.

He was one of three men found guilty of violent disorder at a demonstration by 2,000 members of the far right group in which police were showered with bricks, bottles and cans.

All will return to Birmingham Crown Court for sentence but Edge asked to be remanded in custody.

Following his chanting, Judge Richard Bond told the jury: “There you go, resounding confirmation the verdict…

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I am a lawyer and social activist based in Delhi the capital of India. I report the nuances of our culture and life.
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