In the U.K. terrorists walk free from justice whilst bacon handling constitutes a penal sentence leading to death
— David Vance
Convict who tied BACON TO MOSQUE DOOR HANDLES dies behind bars
A 35-year-old man serving a 12-month sentence for a racist attack on a Bristol mosque has been found dead in prison – just two days after Christmas Day.
Kevin Crehan was jailed in July after he attacked Jamia mosque in Totterdown, Bristol, along with three others in January this year.
Bacon was thrown at the mosque and a St George’s flag was propped up outside along with the slogan, ‘No more refugees’.
Worshippers visiting the mosque were also verbally attacked in the incident.
A Prison Service spokesperson said: “HMP Bristol prisoner Kevin Crehan died in custody on Tuesday 27 December.
“As with all deaths in custody, the independent Prisons and Probation Ombudsman will investigate.”