A British neo-Nazi was sentenced to three years in jail for a tweet.
A man who posted ‘vile’ anti-Semitic material online ahead of a planned neo-Nazi rally has been jailed for more than three years.
Joshua Bonehill-Paine, 23, tweeted images of Auschwitz concentration camp and a bottle of weed killer ahead of the event in Golders Green, a predominantly Jewish area of north London.
He was arrested at his home in Yeovil, Somerset, after police discovered he was involved in organising the gathering, which was touted as an ‘anti-Jewification’ rally against ‘Jewish privilege’
Guess internet trolls saying mean things online is a bigger problem than Muslims rape gangs.