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Laughing it up on murder and mayhem.

Where they will be, no doubt, using their skills to win more converts to the cause.

British Muslim couple jailed for ‘offensive in the extreme’ YouTube videos that glorified murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby

  • Rebekah Dawson, 22, and husband Royal Barnes, 23, recorded and uploaded three videos shortly after Lee Rigby’s murder
  • Shocking videos glorified Fusilier’s killing in Woolwich, London, last May
  • In one Barnes is seen laughing at tributes left to murdered soldier
  • In another Dawson rants at how British troops in London would be killed
  • Dawson, who wore her veil in court, was sentenced to 20 months in prison
  • Barnes jailed for five years and four months today at Old Bailey


PUBLISHED: 17:30 GMT, 14 March 2014 | UPDATED: 20:13 GMT, 14 March 2014

A Muslim couple were jailed today for glorifying the murder of Lee Rigby in videos posted on YouTube.

Rebekah Dawson, 22, and her husband Royal Barnes, 23, recorded and uploaded three videos shortly after the murder in Woolwich, south east London, last May.

Barnes was jailed for five years and four months at the Old Bailey after pleading guilty last month to three counts of disseminating a terrorist publication and one of inciting murder. 

His wife, who insisted on wearing her veil in court, admitted charges of disseminating a terrorist publication and was sentenced to 20 months in prison.

Royal Barnes

Rebekah Dawson and her husband Royal Barnes uploaded three videos to YouTube shortly after Rigby’s murder last may. Today, a judge sentencing the couple said the footage was ‘offensive in the extreme’

Judge Brian Barker QC told them the videos they made were ‘offensive in the extreme’.

He said the couple showed ‘a total and continuing disregard’ for how their actions might affect the family of trooper Rigby, those people who witnessed the murder and the British public.

Barnes and Dawson of Hackney, north east London, embraced in the dock and insisted they would not be separated by a security guard at the start of the hearing.

Before sentencing, the judge asked Dawson’s lawyer to confirm the defendant was the woman in the dock in the full veil.

The court heard the first of the three videos was made on the day Fusilier Rigby was murdered, with Barnes hailing it as a ‘brilliant’ day.

Read more:  H/T: Fjordman

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