Found guilty for saying what everyone else who knows anything about Islam to be true.
He didn’t do any damage, nor was it racially motivated, it was done to protest against what could accurately be described as a radical ideology that has gone through a ”trans-religioning” of itself. It’s not really what it appears to be, and more often than not, shows what it really is (violent & hostile) while demanding everyone to not only accept its fraud but also pay homage to it and give it a preeminent place in society. Just like the homosexual mafia does with its agenda.
‘Animal lover’ who stuck ‘beware halal funds terrorism’ stickers on chicken products at his local Sainsbury’s is given a month-long curfew
- Liam Edwards today plead guilty to racially aggravated criminal damage
- The 29-year-old entered Sainsbury’s and placed stickers on halal products
- His stickers stated: ‘Beware! Halal is barbaric and funds terrorism’
- The self proclaimed animal lover said it was a protest of animal slaughter
Liam Edwards (pictured outside Manchester Magistrates’ Court) pleaded guilty to racially aggravated criminal damage
A man who went into a Sainsbury’s supermarket and stuck stickers on packets of meat that read ‘beware halal is barbaric and funds terrorism’ has been given a month-long curfew.
Liam Gary Edwards, 29, today pleaded guilty to racially aggravated criminal damage on the day of his trial but insisted that he was protesting against the halal slaughter of animals after watching a television documentary.
The self-proclaimed ‘animal lover’ stuck nine stickers with the hashtag #banhalal on halal poultry products after obtaining the stickers over the internet.
At an earlier hearing held at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court, the van driver pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis after police found the Class B during a search of his home in Ordsall following the incident.
Today the same court was told that CCTV captured Edwards going into the supermarket on Regent Road, Salford, on February 20 with his girlfriend and two young children.
Later staff at the store became aware of the stickers on various packets of chicken breasts, thighs and a whole chicken worth £16.50 which could no longer be sold due to concerns for contamination.
Upon searching the hashtag term on Twitter, staff found images of the stickers on trollies and point of sale displays.
Prosecutor Lisa Connor said that upon his arrest Edwards apologised to officers.
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