Posts Tagged ‘OPEDL’

YOU MAD BRO!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted: May 28, 2013 in Uncategorized
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And thus… Day 2 of #OpEDL begins!
| EDL – expect more.
| Greetz from the Internet                                           
| >>  #AnonymousUK   <<
| In collaboration with #ZHC
|  #OpEDL @Operation_EDL             
| What this Info Contains:
| Emails and Passwords  
| List of Doners (& Addresses)
| List of …
| Phone Numbers of EDL Members (Leaders & important figures)               
| They should have expected us:                                                                          
Phone numbers:
Joint Leader of EDL
-Kevin Carrol)
EDL Maidstone Division
-Elliot  Millwall
North West ‘infidels’ EDL
-Glen warren
-‘Falnker ‘
Leeds EDL
-John Banks
Manchester EDL ( Leader )
-Paul Montgomery 
Luton EDL
-Darren T Stamford
Doncaster EDL
-Daz Harrison
BBM: 29488fd3
Bury  EDL
-Daryl Tyler
Bonus! Suspected Pedo EDL
-Kevin ‘fatcunt’ Smith
– <—- U mad bro?
List of Doners :
First Name                      Last Name                              Address/Location
       Smiti                Mittal                    Lucknow                                 United Kingdom
       John                Smith                     12 Tilgate                luton        United Kingdom
       Robert                Palmer     5 Steere avenue  Borough park                Tamworth        United Kingdom
       Sandra                Palmer     5 Steere avenue  Borough park                Tamworth        United Kingdom
       Suzanne                 Holden                 15 Meadowside Ave                Bolton        United Kingdom
       neil                winterson             23 Fir Tree Place                ashford        United Kingdom
       Mark                Hall                  101  Buckingham Road         Borehamwood        United Kingdom
       curt                burton          10 Park Road                whaley bridge         United Kingdom
      denise        a         scott                   19 novello street         maltby         rotherham      
       lee                newton               54 main road                 nr keighley        United Kingdom 
       Jonathan                Denison            79 Ashbourne Way                Bradford        United Kingdom
       dale                whitfield              95 weetmans drive                colchester        United Kingdom
       Daniel                Gorman                93 Bradford Road                bradford        United Kingdom
        aaron                 cosby               48 moss way                hitchin        United Kingdom
        Danny                Hodgson           15 Garratt Close                Croydon        United Kingdom
        Michael                Bennett       18 Bronze Close                Nuneaton        United Kingdom
        Owen                Harding        31 Prince Edward Street                Cheshire        United Kingdom
        hayley                 cunningham       45 Sandy Lane                norwich        United Kingdom
        robert                ferguson            26 reading street                durham        United Kingdom
        ian                carrington            14carr lane                grimsby        United Kingdom
        Remi                Folkedal                llendalsveien 63                Bergen        Norway
        Mel                Elliott           12 Peake Close                Peterborough        United Kingdom
        sam                cornwell       14 harris crescent needingwort       cambridgeshire        United Kingdom
        louise                westwood         18 finch lane                preston        United Kingdom
        scott                jordan              39 manor row                 bradford        United Kingdom
        WILLIAM                HUNTER       3 CHURCH VIEW                Nr CARNORTH  LANCS        United Kingdom
        RJ                whittaker        27 reform street                west bromwich        United Kingdom
        ceri                bryer               51 ambleside rd                wakefield        United Kingdom
        Adrian                 Horne         22 Chambers Close                Sdmouth        United Kingdom
        B                Chappell           9 Brookview Walk                Bristol        United Kingdom
        Tom                 Richards          15 lees moor road                bradford        United Kingdom
       WILLIAM                CHISHOLM             40 NORFOLK ROAD        WALTON LE DALE        PRESTON       UK
        Chris                Ward               22 Peartree Road                Luton        United Kingdom
        Layne                Dalby           79 Highsands Avenue                Nr Ormskirk        United Kingdom
62        Scott                Baxendell       16 Sedgefield Drive                Wigan        United Kingdom
67        Timothy                Wainwright         86 King Street                Manly Vale NSW        Australia
68        mike                shore          219 brookside                hinckley        United Kingdom
69        Jill                Pedoe          47  Deerness Estate                County Durham        United Kingdom
70        darren                fairweather    30 high street carville              durham        United Kingdom
71        William                Orange    Anecliffe Preston New Road                Preston        United Kingdom
72        David                Alexander        35 Old Road.Huntly             Aberdeenshire        United Kingdom
73        Emma                Keith          17 Westview Grove                Manchester        United Kingdom
74        Chris                Gooding                4 Manor Farm Rise                Oldham        United Kingdom
75        sarah                ward            7 chequerfield drive                PONTEFRACT        United Kingdom
76        David                Hedges          9 Brandreth Ave                 Beds        United Kingdom
77        Ivan                Pallett         107 Station Road                Leicester        United Kingdom
78        Anthony                Floyd            808 Pardee Lane                Wyncote        USA
79        george                mellor           38 vicarage road                manchester        United Kingdom
80        robert                coyne       14 glenallen gardens                north shields        United Kingdom
81        glynn                higgins         18 glen grove                middleton        United Kingdom
82        Debbie                 Saunders-Fern        4 BENHAM CLOSE                BUCKS        United Kingdom
83        Christine                Taylor      22 Greenfield Road                Sleaford        United Kingdom
85        Matthew                Kingdon          94 Blakes Ave                Witney        United Kingdom
86        christopher                horne           10 rosedale grove                redcar        United Kingdom
87        Dhruvasen                Yadav          15/104                      Lucknow             Tonga
88        darren                buck         28 haverhill grove wombwell ba         barnsley        United Kingdom
89        stuart                cunningham       lynwood cage lane                preston        United Kingdom
90        Karl                Elletson                 577 spring bank west             Hull        United Kingdom
91        scott                anger       17 willowbrook gardens                cardiff        United Kingdom
92        James                Cracker        17 Stapely Ave                Birmingham        United Kingdom
93        john tore                 johannessen      kjempeveien 1                kristiansand        Norway
94        keeley                McDonnell            75 queen st                northants        United Kingdom
96        Paul                Brooks       29 Rossington Avenue                Hertfordshire        United Kingdom
97        Roy                Taylor              12 Croome Close                Loughborough        United Kingdom
98        Shirley                Green       39 Edward drive                wakefield        United Kingdom
100        simon                george       52 railway st                kent        United Kingdom
101        sharon                lowe          weston heights                stoke  on trent        United Kingdom
102        John                Smith             bhhdgbhdgh                luton        United Kingdom
103        sharon                lowe           8 dahlia close                stoke on trent        United Kingdom
104        alex                tyler            14 poplar road                uxbridge        United Kingdom
105        Andrew                Kelly              88 West Way                Stafford        United Kingdom
106        steve                smith           2 campions close                hertfordshire        United Kingdom
107        mark                sherwood             338 jackson street              st helens        United Kingdom
108        Gordon                Brown        4 Derwent House                Kilmarnock        United Kingdom
109        david                merriman           29 holebottom                manchester        United Kingdom
110        b                todd                  6 the bank                cambs        United Kingdom
111        andy                barrick         5 leys road                towcester        United Kingdom
112        andy                ossitt        6 bayview terrace                newquay        United Kingdom
113        stephen                murray        48c edwards avenue                middlesex        United Kingdom
114        PAUL                UPSDALE        41 WHEATSHEAF GARDENS                SHEERNESS        United Kingdom
115        pÃ¥l                pedersen          gaustad                eidskog        Norway
116        Debbyi                Powlesland       79 old fallings lane        Wolverhampton         United Kingdom
117        Tom                Holmes       1 Aston Close                Rotherham        United Kingdom
118        Saurav                Nanda            15/104                Lucknow        United Kingdom
119        liam                james           13 frank fold                heywood        United Kingdom
120        Deborah                Higgin-Botham      8 George Street         Leicestershire        United Kingdom
121        brian                wottrich    flat 9 hastings house  strode         portsmouth        United Kingdom
123        Neil                Plummer     14 Oxton Road                Southwell        United Kingdom
124        Ben                McDonald         12 Barley Croft Road                Manchester        United Kingdom
125        carl                rogers           16 sandford close                rugeley        United Kingdom
126        Lee                Millward      15 Ullswater                Lowestoft        United Kingdom
127        Test                Paypal      shhsdjhjdjdj     (<< LOL)           madrid        Spain
128        adi                farrelly             No 11 Moorland Road        Launceston        United Kingdom
129        Leon                McCreery             73 Dumbarton Road       Stockport        United Kingdom
130        dean                hedges             farmhouse 52                london        United Kingdom
131        Lance                 Poxton         35 Albert Street                 Barnsley         United Kingdom
132        Joel                Grant          44                surrey                   United Kingdom
133        Daniel                Taylor        104  Lodge Hill                Kent        United Kingdom
134        donald                 lane         31 newlyn way                poole        United Kingdom
135        Graham                Hill        20 South Grove                Rushden        United Kingdom
136        ant                corkill          47 mulberry avenue                leicester        United Kingdom
137        Amanda                Johnston    38 Salisbury Avenue                torquay        United Kingdom
138        James                Baker        138 Tynedale road                Birmingham        United Kingdom
139        Ryan                Barton      2 Henry Street                Bristol        United Kingdom
140        kevin                brooks       48 spa lane                leicester        United Kingdom
141        Will                Garratt         30 Lydford road                Walsall        United Kingdom
142        Danny                Hatton          10 Grove Road                Kent        United Kingdom
143        greg                pattinson   beecroft croppers lane                lincolnshire        United Kingdom
144        Jamie                Bethell       6 Axford Close                Nottingham        United Kingdom
145        kirstan                rae           6 hillcrest ave                northumberland        United Kingdom
146        David                Drummond-Murray    44b Compton Way                Northampton        United Kingdom
147        Christopher                Whitehouse    9 Portland Place Cose       Bilston        United Kingdom
148        lucas                stephanides    96 cozens hardy road                norwich        United Kingdom
149        dean                wingfield   69 windmill road                coventry        United Kingdom
150        JAMES  A                THOMPSON    231A  BROWN  STREET                LANC/S        United Kingdom
151        brian                shard       26 kersey drive  clacton on se    clacton on sea        United Kingdom
152        Michael N                Pafras                8909 Traditional Drive        Richmond  Virginia   USA
153        sam                langford                1 barton close wembury  plymouth        United Kingdom
154        daniel                garrigan                14 coppice close   lancashire        United Kingdom
155        Karen                 Gilling                47 York Road    Hull        United Kingdom
156        andrew                richards                47 windsor rd     west bromwich        United Kingdom
157        Rick                Clarkson                19 wareham road     Dorset        United Kingdom
158        adam                thirkettle                10 seaton drive   aylesbury        United Kingdom
159        Peter                Hall                98 Danziger Way    Borehamwood        United Kingdom
161        chris                smith                8 cavendish mansions 9 lewis c    kent        United Kingdom
163        Kevin                Ball                23                Harlow essex        United Kingdom
164        Ashley                Grimes                19 Laggan Close       Nuneaton        United Kingdom
166        alan                wraight                74 lon y cyll pensarn         Abergele        United Kingdom
167        Sam                Hands                29  Canterbury Drive      Plymouth        United Kingdom
168        mark                hayman                po box 1001     south melbourne vict        Australia
169        Daniel                Wilson                3 Francis Grove      Sheffield        United Kingdom
170        Paul                Cook                39 Church Street     Melton Constable        United Kingdom
171        Michael                Hughes                11 Hunters Walk      Birmingham        United Kingdom
172        Michelle                Kervin                1 castle palce      Conwy        United Kingdom
173        Harry                Casswell                122 Dalebrook road winshill    Staffs        United Kingdom
174        donna                 hunter                14 windermere close     staines        United Kingdom
175        keith                redshaw                14 raeburn avenue   washington        United Kingdom
176        andrew                burnett                ground floor flat  rear    leeds        United Kingdom
177        simon                barrasford      201 shannon drive brownhills w     birmingham        United Kingdom
178        5                leys  road                pattishall                northants        United Kingdom
179        michael                brown                70 frank street                widnes        United Kingdom
180        Daniel                Smith                7 addison crescent        oxford        United Kingdom
181        william                benhamou                1 rue albert sorel hall 2          Paris        France
182        tim                    gamble                80 baldocks lane     melton mowbray        United Kingdom
183        Richard              Robertson-Sinclair      30 empshott road         portsmouth        United Kingdom
184        dave                walker                644 white hall road         leeds        United Kingdom
185        chris                collins         daw street farm finchingfield      braintree        United Kingdom
186        matthew                boot                25 bourne avenue      nottinghamshire        United Kingdom
187        Pinith                Louangpraseuth       58 rue Benoit Malon                Gentilly        France
189        IAN                TESSIER                33 ROSAMONDS RIDE                DERBY        United Kingdom
190        William                 Chapman                 11 Ballerat Close     Chester        United Kingdom
191        glenn                frankie                31 chelsea gardens      dunstable        United Kingdom
192        Andy                Fragle                31 Yewlands Ave                Leyland        United Kingdom
193        Don                Smith                29 Hampshire Place       Co Durham        United Kingdom
194        John                Jewell                51 wandsworth           Liverpool        United Kingdom
195        Jason                Thurlow                150 swancourt  northview     Swanley        United Kingdom
196        richard                mann                6 Bell Close                Leicester        United Kingdom
197        christopher             stone                60 prospect street     derbyshire        United Kingdom
198        robert                walmsley                13 northcliff street     preston        United Kingdom
200        michael                cugnet                122 allée des lauriers          vidauban        France
201        kieran                wilson                4 canute road stretford      manchester    United Kingdom
203        Adam                Adkisson                285 Fisher Ln.         Coalinga        USA
204        kieran                coakley                325 stonehouse lane       birmingham        United Kingdom
205        Paul                Wyld                1 Gorsey mount street     Stockport        United Kingdom
206        paul                roe                2 handsacre close     swadlincote        United Kingdom
207        sam                parker                30 woodside avenue    weston super mare        United Kingdom
208        karen                 smith                10 dieppe close    london        United Kingdom
209        Paul                Smith                66 Mercury Grove   Milton Keynes        United Kingdom
210        Nick                Boatman                PO Box 664   Collinsville        United States of Ame
211        William                McGilvray        18 Lochleven Gardens      Lochgelly   Fife   United Kingdom
212        Alex                Sharratt      112 Bitham lane                Burton Upon Trent        United Kingdom
213        Richard                Bows                14 Holds Lane                Retford        United Kingdom
214        andrew                wain                62 croft road                selby        United Kingdom
215        Kenneth Duke                Masters      2114-A Grant Street      Berkeley           USA
216        Carl                Matthams                22 Esplanade                Maylandsea        United Kingdom
217        joanne                mcnally                58 whitemere gdns  tyne and wear        United Kingdom
218        Robert                Moorhouse                18 Trent Close    Liverpool        United Kingdom
219        jamie                smithers                2 saxon house                Feltham        United Kingdom
220        lee                cassell                171 chester road hazel grove    stockport    United Kingdom
221        zad                mcleod                14                kings langley        United Kingdom
222        jason                tong                flat 8                  accrington        United Kingdom
223        michelle                russe                53 glebe road                glos        United Kingdom
224        David                Allcock                24 Duxford Close      plymouth        United Kingdom
225        paul                masterman                319                blackburn        United Kingdom
226        mandi                roberts           15 cranmer street long eaton   nottingham        United Kingdom
227        Andreas                Antoniou        F6 Hunston Chichester College    Chichester   United Kingdom
228        Ricky                Bonner   12 walker court                Maidenhead  Berkshir        United Kingdom
229        Adrian                Hetherington     59 wavers marston                solihull        United Kingdom
230        peter john                appleton       39 elvet crecsent           durham city        United Kingdom
231        joe                 smyth                21 north place      hertfordshire         United Kingdom
232        Mark                Ross                13 Cliff Street                Mansfield        United Kingdom
233        Scott                Anderson                2 forest court       Coventry        United Kingdom
234        MICHAEL                WATTS                FLAT 2 DAWN COURT      BEXHILL ON SEA        United Kingdom
235        Gerald                Dyker                In der Schlage 18                Herdecke        Germany
236        Rick                Foster                4750 County Road B                Wiggins        USA
237        George                Maggs                6 Over Lane       Bristol        United Kingdom
238        michael                orton                127 gadbury fold        manchester        United Kingdom
239        J R                Charles                22 Monk Barton Close     yeovil        United Kingdom
240        David                Boiston                25 West Greens       Morpeth        United Kingdom
241        Jay                Robinson                 3 west hyde       Leicestershire        United Kingdom
242        blake                dennis                16 rosemary gardens   england        United Kingdom
243        chris                morris                89 st vincent rd                staffs        United Kingdom
244        Bryan Mayfield                158 Napier Road                Gillingham      KENT        United Kingdom
245        james                robertson                8 bagmere close   sandbach        United Kingdom
246        Michael                Brasier                179 Oakfield Road   Liverpool        United Kingdom
247        rachel                greenstock                7 Tyne Road    Tonbridge        United Kingdom
248        Andy                Lincoln-Smith                Lily cottage   Malton        United Kingdom
249        mary                mulleny                6 finsley view                burnley        United Kingdom
250        stuart                brown                59 marchwood close      nottingham        United Kingdom
251        William                Payne                248 Seal Road       Sevenoaks        United Kingdom
252        EDWARD                HUMPHREYS                24 ECKLINGTON           SWINDON        United Kingdom
253        lyall                garrett                494 whalley new road      blackburn        United Kingdom
254        Joe                Robinson                21 The Cedars                Dunstable        United Kingdom
255        kelly                plavecz                42 marlowe grove        peterborough        United Kingdom
256        stewart                hellewell                24 the acre      bradford        United Kingdom
257        Jim                Cadd                75 Mavis Road                Birmingham        United Kingdom
258        josh                clegg                39 crocus drive                OLDHAM        United Kingdom
Little bonus: (with special thanks to Islamophobia watch:
Paul Duffy, 47 of Washington, admitted possessing a prohibited firearm, live rounds of ammunition, a prohibited weapon and a small amount of amphetamine. He was jailed for 5 years at Newcastle Crown Court after police found a Webley 8mm pistol and two rounds of ammunition when they raided Paul Duffy’s house, after a tip-off in December.
Laura Woodward, 19 of Addlestone, was sentenced to a 12-month community order plus 100 hours of unpaid work after admitting four counts of racially and religiously aggravated criminal damage and two of criminal damage. She must also pay damages of £100 to the mosque and £400 for a damaged door.
The names Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein were daubed on the public wall of Walton Court flats and the letters EDL – an acronym for the English Defence League – were scrawled across the public wall and windows of business units in Woking.
Michael Parker, aged 29, care of Smithpool Road, Fenton, pleaded guilty to using threatening words or behaviour on February 12 2012.
Read more:
A WOMAN who confronted an Asian man during an English Defence League demo and assaulted two police officers when she was arrested has escaped a jail term.
Karen Elizabeth Marsden, 40, joined in offensive chanting as part of the EDL protest in Dewsbury town centre last June, Kirklees magistrates heard.
Read more: Examiner
Kyle Kirkbride, of Rugeley, and Peter Jelley, of Shrewsbury, both admitted threatening behaviour, while John Sharpe, of Leamore, Bloxwich, admitted racially aggravated harassment at Walsall Magistrates Court yesterday.
Peter Jelley was caught on CCTV gesturing and shouting at a line of police in Walsall as trouble broke out at the rally last autumn. He was sentenced to 20 weeks in custody, suspended by a year, and given a Criminal Anti-Social Behaviour Order at the town’s magistrates court.
The 24-year-old from Shropshire admitted a public order offence of using threatening or abusive behaviour at a previous court hearing and was sentenced yesterday.
Andrew Currien, a key member of the EDL leadership bodyguard team from Lanesfield near Wolverhampton, was one of six men convicted in 2009 after a 59 year old man was crushed to death by a car following a violent brawl in an apparently racist killing. He was jailed for 18 months after admitting affray.
Barry Johnson, a businessman who hurled missiles as he marched through Bristol with the English Defence League handed himself into the authorities when he realised he was a wanted man. The 29-year-old from Peterborough, pleaded guilty to affray when he appeared in court. Judge Martin Picton told him: “Throwing missiles is clearly dangerous. Someone could have been hurt.” The judge handed Johnson a three- month prison sentence which was suspended for a year. He also fined him £250 and ordered him to pay £85 towards court costs. His criminal record revealed he had previous convictions for football- related violent disorder.
Chelsea Lambie, a racist teenager and member of the Scottish Defence League directed a foul-mouthed tirade of abuse at a Paisley shopkeeper and has been fined after admitting the offence in court.
Sheriff James Spy fined Lambie, now aged 17, a total of £375, to be paid at a rate of £10 per week.
The leader and founder Steven Yaxley Lennon
The leader of the English Defence League has been jailed for 10 months for using someone else’s passport to get into the United States.
Stephen Lennon, 30, pleaded guilty to possession of a false identity document with improper intention, contrary to the Identity Documents Act 2010, at Southwark Crown Court.
In 2004 he joined the BNP with a family membership. In the same year he assaulted an off-duty police officer who intervened to stop a domestic incident between Yaxley-Lennon and his partner Jenna Vowles. During the scuffle Yaxley-Lennon kicked the officer in the head.
He was convicted on 18 April 2005 for assault occasioning actual bodily harm, for which he was sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment, and assault with intent to resist arrest, for which he received a concurrent term of three months.
Lennons partner Vowles, also a BNP member, was cautioned for possession of cocaine. She told the court that the she found two empty bags in her house and was taking them out so that her parents did not find them.
Convicted of using threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour 24/08/2010 at Luton Vs Newport County. Luton magistrates sentenced Lennon to a 12-month community rehabilitation order, a three-year ban from football and ordered him to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work.
Convicted of assault on Alan McKee at Blackburn EDL demo 02/04/11. 12 week sentence suspended 12 months,  150 hour community order £200 costs.
He was in court and charged with a public order offence during Armistice Day in Kensington last year, when Muslim extremists burned poppies.
Arrested for Trespass after a rooftop protest at FIFA HQ, Zurich Switzerland. Fined £2300 plus £700 costs after serving three days in prison.
Kevin Carroll Founder and deputy leader
Charged and subsequently convicted of using threatening words and behaviour likely to to cause fear harassment and alarm. He was given a conditional discharge.
Arrested for Trespass after a rooftop protest at FIFA HQ, Zurich Switzerland. Fined £2300 plus £700 costs after serving three days in prison.
Richard Price
A leader of the English Defence League who was described as a “political prisoner” after being jailed for violence at a march had already been placed on the sex offenders register for downloading indecent images of children.
Price, 41, had been convicted in June 2010 of making four indecent images of children, and possessing cocaine and crack cocaine.
An earlier arrest in 2009 for public order offences believed to have been connected with EDL marches.
Three men have admitted their roles in trouble which broke out during an English Defence League protest in Walsall town centre. Kyle Kirkbride, of Rugeley, and Peter Jelley, of Shrewsbury, both admitted threatening behaviour, while John Sharpe, of Leamore, Bloxwich, admitted racially aggravated harassment.
Kirkbride was given a £280 fine, told to pay £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge. Sharpe was ordered him to pay a £100 fine, £150 compensation, £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.Jelley’s case was adjourned for a pre-sentence report and he was released on conditional bail to return to court on February 6 2013 for sentencing.
Six West Yorkshire men and one youth have been sentenced at Leeds Crown Court following an EDL demonstration and disorder in Cleckheaton, Dewsbury and Heckmondwike in March last year (2012). The defendants from Bradford pleaded guilty to the charges made against them and will spend more than six years behind bars for the roles they played on the day.
Kevin Angelo Docherty (29), admitted charges of violent disorder and racially aggravated criminal damage and was jailed for 14 months. Robert Adrian Collington (27) and Mark Peel (24) were given 12 months each for violent disorder, while David Kenneth Lawler (30) was given a 13-month sentence for the same offence.
Also jailed for violent disorder was Ben Phelps (19), who received 10 months, while Steven Philip Woodhead (33) was given four months for racially aggravated common assault. Bradley Allsop, 17 received a 12-month youth rehabilitation order.
Gary Milsom, the leader of the English Defence League’s Thanet division, has been fined £150 and sentenced to 120 hours community service after being found guilty of common assault and resisting a police officer.
Collum Keyes 23. Public order offences stemming from an EDL demonstration in Aylesbury on 1 May 2010.
10 year CRASBO
Darryl Jones & Mark Jackson murderers of a vulnerable Lincoln man had links to the far-right English Defence League, according to police.
Guilty of murder and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. Both sentenced to a minimum sentence of 13 years.
Allan Hetherington-Cleverley aka Allan Guy Gallop was jailed for four years in February 2005 for his part in smuggling illegal Chinese immigrants across the channel in inflatable boats.
Joel Titus,, 19, – EDL Youth Division Leader
A prominent member of the English Defence League admitted his part in a mass brawl between Brentford and Leyton Orient fans in London. Joel Titus, was among rival supporters who clashed in a a pre-arranged meeting on the final day of last season, on May 8, at Liverpool Street station. Jailed for nine months
Given a three year ASBO for a string of incidents between 2009 and 2010, which police say were overwhelmingly related to EDL protests.
Titus was barred from entering or loitering outside mosques or Islamic prayer rooms, attending any EDL demonstration, or visiting an area of Whitechapel for three years.
Tracey Hurley (33), Stuart Parr (28) and a 17-year old youth, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared at Wigan Magistrates’ Court on 20 January for trial.
The court heard that, on Friday 25 June last year, the trio had attended an EDL march in Bradford and had been on their way home when they travelled from Manchester Victoria to Wigan on a Northern Rail service.
During the journey they became abusive and intimidating, subjecting several passengers to a torrent of racist abuse.
Hurley, of Goose Green, was fined £150, ordered to pay £200 costs and a £15 victim surcharge after being found guilty of a racially aggravated public order offence. Parr, of  Scholes, was fined £150, ordered to pay £200 costs and a £15 victim surcharge after being found guilty of a racially aggravated public order offence.
The youth, from Ashton-in-Makerfield, was fined £150, ordered to pay £200 costs and a £15 victim surcharge after being found guilty of a racially aggravated public order offence.
Mark Doel
An English Defence League demonstrator who was at the forefront of a group which broke police lines has been jailed for 16 months.
He (Doel) kicked out to the back of a slightly built female officer and punched her to her helmet, causing her to fall to the ground.
The 43-year-old, had numerous convictions for violence and disorder but none for 15 years.
Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith, has been given a suspended eight-week prison sentence for putting a pig’s head on the wall of Dudley central mosque in the Castle Hill area of the town on 29 May.
Police believe Smith, 52, was on his way to the Newcastle demonstration when the act took place.He was arrested on 2 June and has been found guilty of religiously aggravated intentional harassment at Dudley magistrates court.
Jeff Marsh
FOOTBALL hooligan Jeff Marsh has been banned from football grounds for five years after admitting affray.
The 44-year-old Cardiff City supporter was found in possession of a knuckleduster when he was arrested for affray outside the Ninian Park pub in Canton, Cardiff, last June. (2009).
Marsh, from Barry, admitted affray and possession of an offensive weapon at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court in January and was sentenced yesterday.
He was given a four-month suspended jail term, 150 hours’ community service and ordered to pay £600 costs.
He was given a full five-year football banning order that will prevent him attending any football matches for five years.
In 1989 he was convicted of grievous bodily harm for stabbing two Manchester United supporters in Cardiff and was jailed for two years. In 1986 he was also convicted of a football-related assault in Halifax.
Cameron Scofield, EDL Bolton Division, convicted last year for the murder of Cody Turner aged 17.
Derek fender
The man behind the EDL Anti Troll division. Thirty one convictions to date
A SHOPLIFTER saw the light when he was nabbed with 22 lightbulbs.
Derek Fender was found with £153 haul of energy-efficient bulbs when stopped by police in Gateshead.
The 38-year-old admitted stealing them from Homebase, Retail World, Team Valley, earlier that day to use in his own flat.
Fender, who has 31 convictions for theft, pleaded guilty to the May 9 theft and was given a 12-month conditional discharge A conditional discharge is a sentence passed by a court whereby the defendant is not punished provided he complies with certain conditions. An absolute discharge is unconditional: in some jurisdictions, where no conditions are imposed at all, in others where the conditions to run alongside a community order he is on.
Defending, Tom Iceton, told Gateshead magistrates that when Fender, split up with his girlfriend, she wouldn’t let him take anything but his clothing.
His benefit claim was reduced because of his change of address, said Mr Iceton, and he couldn’t afford basics to furnish his flat. But this has now been sorted out.’s+light+touch.-a0228887414
Josh Morris, 19, , James Smith, 19, and James Everley, 19 charged with arson following a fire at a newly-renovated mosque in West Sussex.  
All sentenced to three years at a young offenders institute.
Darren Buck, 50, from Barnsley, who threatened two elderly asian men has been handed a suspended prison sentence. Buck pleaded guilty to a charge of using insulting or abusive language with the threat of violence at the EDL demo in Halifax. Sentenced to 16 weeks in prison which was suspended for 12 months. He will be subject to a curfew on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 9pm for 20 weeks and must pay costs of £85.
Gareth Mooney smashed a window during the English Defence League protest in Leicester has admitted causing criminal damage worth £1, the shop window of Big John’s Takeaway, etail/article.html
Shane Overton admitted a racially-aggravated public order offence, 10 year CRASBO
His 33 previous convictions included other racially aggravated offending linked to his association with the EDL.
Bryan Kelso, 28, Christopher Long, and Brian Bristow, 37,were charged with affray and public order offences
Kelso and Long 14 days curfew and a penalty of £425
Bristow penalty of £825
Trevor Hannington, 58, and Michael Heaton, 42, face a total of seven counts of “soliciting to commit murder”, and “using threatening or abusive language likely to stir up racial hatred”.
Trevor Hannington pleaded guilty to six charges which included offences of possessing and disseminating terrorist publications and stirring up racial hatred.
Michael Heaton was found guilty on all four racial hatred charges that he faced.
Heaton was jailed for 30 months and Hannington for two years.
Ian Logan
A FACTORY worker punched a police officer after he was arrested for a drunken racist rant when he said all immigrants should be shot, a court heard. Pleaded guilty to assaulting a police office and racially aggravated intentional harassment, alarm or distress. Fined £190 for each offence and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
Anthony Burn, 47, Colin Burton, 27, Peter Duffy, 43, Michael Garriock, 22, Barry Keddy, 33, Nicholas Mills, 24, Alan Spence, 45, Steven Spence, 26, Colin Bell, 35, and Paul Starr, 44, all faced charges of affray and unlawful violence at the Tyneside Irish Centre during a rival political meeting.        
The attack happened on September 22 last year, when the left-wing Socialist Workers’ Party were meeting at the centre on Gallowgate, Newcastle city centre.
Duffy was jailed for 10 months, Keddy got eight months, Garriock eight months, Steven Spence eight months, Alan Spence seven months and Burton seven months. Burn and Bell were sentenced to three months imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, with four week curfews. Starr was sentenced to four months imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, with a similar curfew. Mills’ case was adjourned until later this month.
Daryl Hobson (with Richard Price and Collum Keyes)
Threatening and abusive behavior at Aylesbury demo. He was fined £100 and ordered to pay £400 in court costs.
Wayne Baldwin, 41 of Hockley, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour at Hanley Forest Park fined £180 with £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.
Anthony Cook, 22, of Reddish, Stockport, pleaded guilty to a charge of displaying some writing, sign or other visible representation which was racially aggravated fined £100 with £85 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
A 17-year-old, who cannot be named, from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, was fined £100 and told to pay £55 costs.
Mark Alan Taylor, 39, admitted using threatening and abusive words or behaviour and was give a conditional discharge and ordered to pay £50 costs
Jay Joseph Willis, 30, of Leighton Buzzard, admitted obstructing a police officer in the execution of his duty and being in possession of a small quantity of cocaine.
Lee Whitby was found guilty of using racially aggravated abusive words was fined £200 and ordered to pay a further £200 in costs, as well as a £15 victim surcharge. The court heard Whitby had two previous convictions for common assault.
Scott Kervin pleaded guilty to using threatening words likely to cause harassment alarm or distress fined £225 for swearing at a policeman during last year’s protest in Leicester.
Kevin Greaves (30), James Crangle (30)  and David Monks (33)
EDL supporters Crangle and Greaves both from Oldham, and Monks of Bolton, all admitted public order offences of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour when they appeared at Manchester magistrates’ court. Crangle was fined £160 and Greaves, who is on benefits, £80, and both were ordered to pay another £100 in costs and victim surcharge. Monks was fined £80 plus £95 in costs and a victim surcharge
Martyn Harris, 24, from Greenford, pleaded guilty to using threatening and abusive behaviour but denied assaulting a Police officer.
A Luton man, Kier McElroy, 19, who carried out a racially aggravated assault when a mob went on the rampage in Luton in May last year, has been sentenced to 16 months imprisonment today, March 26, at Luton Crown Court.
Lee Howarth, 24, from Rochdale, pleaded guilty to a public order offence of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour and was fined a total of £100.
Scott Buchan, 23, was arrested for breach of the peace in Edinburgh Feb 2010 and spent two nights in police cells. Fined £500.
Simon Kirkpatrick aged 39, was convicted of displaying alcohol for sale and knowingly allowing the sale of alcohol otherwise in accordance with his licence. The court refused Kirkpatrick’s appeal, and he must now forfeit his personal licence. He was also ordered to pay £625 costs.
Ashley Wilson, 24, smashed a glass pane at the Spice Club restaurant  in Eastover and threatened to cut waiters’ faces because they served Halal meat. Wilson admitted the attack on September 26 2010 and was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work and to pay £165 compensation and £85 costs.
Ryan Herbert pleaded guilty at Leicester Magistrates Court last month (Feb ‘11) to criminal damage to property and to a Section 4 public order offence. Sentenced to 12 weeks imprisonment
Daniel John Buckley, 27, of Nottingham, admitted racially aggravated harassment and obstructing a police officer. Eight-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months and ordered to attend a course to address his alcohol problem.
Hayley Wells, 26, admitted two counts of fraud by false representation on September 13 and 24 last year (2010). Conditional discharge for two years and ordered to pay full compensation for the amount she received.
Arthur Disbury, At Exeter Crown Court Judge Graham Cottle directed the jury to find Arthur Disbury not guilty of conspiracy to supply heroin to serving prisoners but was found guilty of conspiracy to supply cannabis and was given a four year custodial sentence.
Simon Beech, aged 23, and Gareth Foster, aged 28 each sentenced to 10 years in prison after being found guilty of deliberately setting fire to a Stoke-on-Trent mosque.
Ex-soldier Simon Beech, 23, and Garreth Foster, 29, both from Stoke, were found guilty of setting fire to Hanley’s Regent Road mosque on 3 December. The pair both denied running a pipe into the building from a nearby gas meter in a bid to spark an explosion at the mosque, which suffered about £50,000 damage as a result of the fire.
John Kavanagh (22) Jailed for eight weeks for causing criminal damage during English Defence League demo in Leicester.
Kingston Mosque attack.
David Morris, 21, sentenced at Kingston Crown Court to six months imprisonment for racially aggravated criminal damage.
Martin Pottle, 22 was sentenced to a total of 14 months in prison for religiously aggravated criminal damage and violent disorder.
Alfie Wallace, 18 was sentenced to a total of 12 months in a Young Offenders Institution for religiously aggravated criminal damage and violent disorder.
Redbridge Mosque attack.
Matthew Stephenson, 19, Rocky lee Beale, 19, Harry Deluca, 16, Elliot Jones, 19 appeared at Redbridge Magistrates’ Court charged with violent disorder.
Judge Timothy King sentenced Beale, Jones and Stephenson to three-and-a-half years each in a young offenders’ institution during the hearing at Snaresbrook Crown Court.
Deluca, of Hainault was given a two-year detention and training order.
Unnamed 15 year old youth was handed a two-year detention term at Snaresbrook Crown Court after he was convicted of violent disorder outside the Redbridge Islamic Centre.
Rocky lee Beale who was arrested while fleeing the scene of a supermarket raid escaped jail. He was given a conditional discharge for 18 months, after pleading guilty at Redbridge Magistrates Court on Monday March 8.
Bernard Holmes threw two punches at Sean Baxendale outside Bar Ibiza, Mincing Lane, in what the court heard was an unprovoked attack on May 17. The second strike connected and knocked him out. Mr Baxendale suffered an extensive skull fracture and had to have bones removed in order to relieve pressure on his brain.
Holmes sentenced to two-year, four month sentence after admitting grievous bodily harm (GBH).
Holmes had previous convictions including five acts of common assault and one of actual bodily harm.
Scott Bailey and Anthony Grant pleaded guilty to affray during the EDL march in Dudley will be sentenced on May 31 (2011)
Scott Bailey, 23, of Central Drive, Gornal, is accused of throwing a fence at police while Anthony Grant, 20, of Georges Road, Netherton, is accused of throwing “stones and large objects.”
Brett Moses 37 was given a 12-month prison sentence, suspended for two years, after earlier pleading guilty to sexual grooming of a 13 year old girl in Canada.
Robert Gavin Tromans, David Monks, Lisa Swales, Thomas James Ferguson, Patrick Joseph Doyle
3 people who attended the EDL’s Blackburn demo plead guilty to charges; Lisa Swales for assaulting a PC, David Monks and Robert Tromans to threatening behaviour
David Monks, aged 34, of Bolton, pleaded guilty to using threatening behaviour before Blackburn magistrates and was made subject to an electronically monitored curfew between 8pm and 6am for 91 days.
Tromans, 29, of Beverley Road, West Bromwich, attacked a police horse as police formed a mounted cordon to control a crowd on Northgate.
He pleaded guilty to using threatening behaviour and was remanded on bail for the preparation of a pre-sentence report with a warning a custodial sentence could not be ruled out.
Lisa Swales, 27, pleaded guilty to assaulting PC John Cuthbertson. 12 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, made subject to community supervision for 12 months with a condition she attends the stop binge drinking programme.
Ferguson, 22, of Islington, Blackburn, also pleaded guilty to theft from a shop and two offences of failing to answer bail.
He was jailed for 28 days.
Patrick Joseph Doyle, 48, of Blackburn, pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer in the execution of his duty.
Daniel Groves, 23, of Warwick, pleaded guilty at the Crown Court in Leamington to a charge of affray during the EDL protest in Nuneaton and was sentenced to six months in prison suspended for two years and was given an 18 months supervision, banned from all pubs and clubs for three months and made subject to a 8pm to 6am electronic-tag curfew for the same period.
The court heard that Groves had convictions for affray and public order offences and four days before the clash had been given a community sentence for an affray in Warwick town centre.
Ian Brazier, 26, who ripped off a Muslim woman’s veil in a shopping centre because he thought she was “just another illegal immigrant” has been spared jail. Charged with racially aggravated assault he recieved a six-week sentence, suspended for 18 months, and ordered to complete a diversity awareness course plus 250 hours of unpaid work in the community and pay £100 compensation.
Andrew Baldwin. A CARER who wrote “EDL” and drew a religious cross on the wall of a mosque has been found guilty of aggravated criminal damage and will be sentenced at a later date.
Anthony Donald Smith, 24, of Peterlee, and 31-year-old Steven James Vasey, of High Pittington, both County Durham, plus 19-year-old Charlotte Davies, of Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire, have been charged with racially aggravated criminal damage.
Smith and Vasey formerly of Pittington and now of Darlington, and Davies, 19, of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, all admitted conspiracy to commit racially aggravated criminal damage at Durham Crown Court. Smith and Vasey were jailed for one year and Davies was given a 12-week sentence, suspended for a year, and 200 hours’ unpaid work.
John Walsh, 25. A drunken yob who threatened to burn down a mosque has escaped jail ‘by a whisker’.
John Walsh, 25, shouted abuse at a member of the mosque on Liverpool Road in Eccles before kicking at the door. Walsh admitted two counts of racially aggravated public disorder when he appeared at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court. Judge Bernard Lever, sentencing, gave Walsh a two-year community order with six months’ supervision He ordered him to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work and placed him under a curfew and warned he would face prison if he committed a similar offence in the next two years.
David Jared Evans, 36, was abusive and threatening to two British Muslims outside Wrexham’s new mosque and threatened to burn it down. He also sent texts to people suggesting a visit to the mosque in the former Miner’s Institute and a demonstration and said flare throwers made “good legal weapons”.
Evans received a suspended sentence after he admitted using threatening, abusive and insulting language and behaviour towards Abdulla Anwar which was racially and religiously aggravated. He had a similar previous conviction in 2006 after he abused a black woman. Evans received a 36 week prison sentence, suspended for a year and 200 hours unpaid work and attend an offending behaviour programme run by the probation service specifically to address his racially motivated behaviour.
Neil McGregor who threatened to blow up Glasgow Central Mosque has been ordered to undergo a psychiatric assessment. Neil MacGregor also threatened to kill a Muslim a day until all mosques in Scotland were closed. Jailed for 12 months.
George Blythe Preston Division. Blythe pleaded guilty to possession of a class B drug with intent to supply. Jailed for eight months
Daniel Odling charged with racially aggravated behaviour was found guilty following a two-day trial. The 26-year-old father from Blyton near Gainsborough, was on trial with a 17-year-old man from Market Rasen who cannot be named for legal reasons. Both were accused of religiously aggravated behaviour at the Grandstand on Carholme Road, Lincoln, where 30 to 40 Muslims gathered to discuss the building of a mosque, on the evening of 9th July 2010
Odling was fined £450, ordered to pay £500 costs and the £15 victims’ surcharge while the youth has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid community work after carrying out a religiously aggravated attack on a police officer.
17-YEAR-OLD youth who cannot be named for legal reasons, was found guilty of assaulting off-duty Muslim police officer PC Rizwaan Chothia by Lincoln magistrates following a two-day trial held earlier this month.has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid community work after carrying out a religiously aggravated attack on a police officer.
Paul Pitt (Paul Prodromou) Charged with racially aggravated intentional harassment, alarm or distress outside the US Embassy May 2011. Fined £500 plus £385 costs plus £5 Victim surcharge.
Thomas Blackwell aged 25, Scott Bailey aged 23, Anthony Grant aged 20, Adrian Britton, aged 39, Daniel Holmes, 26, James Everard, 20, Jake Hill, 19
All pleaded guilty to charges of affray at the EDL demonstration in Stafford Street car park, Dudley, on July 17 last year.
Blackwell admitted a charge of affray and was sentenced to one year in prison.
Adrian Britton of Dudley, was jailed for 15 months, while Daniel Holmes of Walsall will serve 12 months. James Everard of Stourbridge, was locked up for nine months, along with Jake Hill of Brierley Hill, who was given six months.
Two others who have also pleaded guilty to affray during the EDL march will be sentenced on May 31. Scott Bailey, 23, of Gornal, is accused of throwing a fence at police while Anthony Grant, 20, of Netherton, is accused of throwing “stones and large objects.”
Antonia Claire Evans (‘Stella’) admitted four charges of assault causing actual bodily harm, three of common assault and being the owner of a dog dangerously out of control.
Judge John Evans said that because of the time she had spent in custody, he could pass a prison sentence of 51 weeks, suspended for two years. She must undergo 12 months of probation supervision, to include sessions addressing alcohol misuse, while continuing to receive psychiatric help. She was also banned from owning dogs for seven years.
Terry Gavan formerly an active member of the BNP, has been sentenced to eleven years behind bars after he admitted making nail and ball bearing bombs at his West Yorkshire home.
Christopher Chapman (22), of Netherhall, Leicester, was handed a 12-week suspended prison sentence, by city magistrates. Unemployed Chapman pleaded guilty to causing £1,000 worth of damage to doors and windows at the Independent Arts Centre Fabrika, in Humberstone Gate and using threatening words and behaviour which caused people to fear for their safety.
Andrew Millard (27), of  Birmingham, was ordered to do 100 hours unpaid community work. Millard, who has a five-year banning order from football grounds for hooliganism, admitted a charge of attempting to damage the arts centre with a large wooden pole.
Ryan Stapleford (18) of Ibstock, was ordered to do 200 hours unpaid work in the community after admitting to launching a “flying kick” on a Muslim man on the afternoon of the EDL demonstration in Leicester
Jonathan Cunningham and an Unnamed 16 year old from the Tamworth area with an “unhealthy interest” in explosives and fascist politics have appeared in court to face charges relating to making potentially-lethal weapons.
The court heard that police found a pipe packed with nails and screws and charged with gunpowder, in the bedroom of the 16-year-old boy, who cannot be named because of his age. He admitted possessing a firearm without a certificate – the only charge that could be applied to the device found in his bedroom. The boy also admits having an explosive substance and making an explosive substance.
Judge Wait made the boy subject to a three-year controlling order for public safety, with a three-month curfew, a ban on having any explosive material and the recording of any Internet use.
Cunningham admitted making an explosive substance and perverting the course of justice, and was jailed for 12 months.
Brian Mackey, 19, and Steven Dryden, 24. South Tyneside Magistrates Court heard how Mackey and Dryden pledged allegiance to far right group the English Defence League (EDL) during an onslaught of abuse aimed at Muslims leaving the Baithul Mamur Jame Masjid Mosque, in Baring Street, on September 5 2010.
Mackey of South Shields and Dryden of Jarrow, both pleaded guilty to a racially aggravated public order offence. 
Nicolas Shelbourne and Jordan O’Rouke – also guilty of the murder of Shaun Rossington in addition to Daryll Jones and Mark Jackson.
 A 16-year-old boy was cleared of all charges. A 14-year-old girl was found not guilty of murder, but guilty of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice
Brian Bristow arrested at the English Defence League protest in Leicester pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis. Fined £100 – though his time in custody was accepted in lieu of payment – and ordered to pay £85 court costs.
Scott Whitehead (32) and James Black (22) both pleaded guilty to using threatening or abusive behaviour likely to cause harrassment, alarm and distress at the EDL protest in Peterborough and were both fined £150.
Christopher Wittwer, 35 , who set up a controversial anti-paedophile website naming convicted child sex offenders last summer, was jailed for 10 months after admitting affray at Exeter Crown Court.
Wittwer previously received a banning order for three years for threatening an Aldershot Town supporter in Sidwell Street, in 2004. He breached the order twice and was also convicted of an affray in a nightclub, in 2007.
Jamie Knowlson, 30, of Bristol, pleaded guilty to causing racially or religiously aggravated harassment at a Bristol Mosque. He faced up to two years’ jail, but was given a suspended six-month prison sentence because he had said sorry.
Neil Mitchell, 42, of Skellingthorpe, has been found guilty of racially aggravated threatening behaviour and racially aggravated criminal damage.
Christopher Payne, Wayne Havercroft, Nicholas Long, Robert Parnham
A 25-year-old English Defence League member has pleaded guilty to daubing hate graffiti on land being considered as a site for a mosque. Christopher Payne of Hucknall admitted spraying the graffiti but denied putting a pig’s head on the site in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire.
Payne, 25 of Hucknall was given a six-week suspended sentence and fined £335 and given 100 hours of community service for racially aggravated public order offences.
Havercroft, 41, of Bestwood Village, was fined £585 by Nottingham magistrates also for racially aggravated public order offences.
Long, 22, of Arnold, and Parnham, 20, of Clifton were fined £300 over the incident in West Bridgford in June.
Liam Wood admin on LGBT Division. Admitted possessing cocaine with intent to supply. Jailed 6 months suspended.
Aaron Muxlow sentenced to 33 months for theft, criminal damage, using threatening or abusive words or behaviour and robbery. (Car jacking)
Daniel Parker, 39.  jailed for eight months for racial abuse at Barnsley Muslim Community Centre
Lee Preston, 22. Affray and racially aggravated assault causing actual bodily harm.Jailed for 18 months.
Three other men have pleaded not guilty to charges arising from the night and are awaiting trial. A fifth man has pleaded guilty.
John Parkin, 26. jailed for 10 months for being in breach of an earlier suspended sentence. Two charges of religiously aggravated public order offences. 52 week prison sentence, which in June of last year was suspended for two years, following an attack on his then partner.
Andrew Ryan, 33, and his brother Matthew Ryan, 27, were part of a group who threatened and racially abused two Turkish men at Manhattan Pizza in Botchergate last year.
The Ryan brothers, along with three other men and four women, pleaded guilty to two charges of using racially aggravated threatening behaviour.
All admitted that their abuse of the two takeaway workers had been inspired by their mistaken belief that the men were Pakistani.
Louise Leslie, a 41-year-old mum-of-two. Jailed for 15 months.
Michael Wilson, 29, jailed for 30 months.
Ian Bradshaw, jailed for 21 months.
William Ewings, jailed for 13 months.
Donna-Marie Beattie, 22, Jailed for 15 months
Kerry Victoria Wilson, 41, jailed for a year.
Craig William Metcalfe, 31, jailed for 15 months
Tracie Wilkinson, 35, jailed for 15 months
Rebecca Louise Wardle, 24, jailed for 13 months.
Andrew Ryan, 33, pleaded guilty to religiously aggravated harassment and theft – of the Koran from Carlisle Library. The court heard he had burnt the Koran on January 19 because for the Muslims, the book is their ‘Holiest of Holy.’ Jailed 70 days.
Ryan has a number of previous convictions for public order offences and assault.
Stefan Adamson, aged 24. Racially-aggravated common assault and racially-aggravated threatening behaviour on August 12 2011.  12-month community order with 80 hours unpaid work. He was ordered to pay £25 compensation and £300 in prosecution costs.
John McAndrew 29, jailed for 14 months after throwing large stones onto a busy road and then the following month assaulting two men at an English Defence League demo against a mosque and cultural centre in Green Lane, Dagenham. Affray and a common assault. 5 year Conviction Related Anti-Social Behaviour Order
Michael Currie, 28 was jailed after he was caught on camera throwing lumps of brick or concrete at police lines during violent clashes at an English Defence League protest in Bradford city centre. He pleaded guilty to a charge of affray and was given a 16-month prison sentence for that offence.
Recorder Pimm also imposed a further eight months in jail for other matters, including breaching a suspended sentence order.
Michael Coates 23
AKA Mickey Blue Eyes
Coates pleaded guilty to a total of eight charges of indecent assault and two of attempted rape in relation to the first girl and a further four offences of indecent assault in relation to a second.
Six-year jail sentence. In addition to the jail sentence, Coates will also have to register with the police as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
Charles Dickie 23
Charged with making religiously-aggravated threats. Pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis and to smashing a police phone while in custody.
District Judge Tim Daber rejected his application for bail and decided to remand him in custody before trial. He said: “If we were to release you on bail I believe there would be a substantial risk that you would re-offend. For that reason I remand you in custody.”
He fined Dickie £70 for each of the other offences but waived the fines in lieu of the time he spent in police custody. Dickie then swore at the district judge and police officers watching as he was taken away in handcuffs.
Dickie will now stand trial later this month.
Darren Conway, 44. Jailed 12-months’ at Lincoln Crown Court for displaying religiously aggravated hate material.
Jamie Takle, 22. Three counts of racially aggravated harassment, one of racially aggravated criminal damage and one of harassment. Suspended jail sentence and a tagging order.
Laszlo Michael Lankovits, of Bradley, pleaded guilty to a racially aggravated public order offence on May 21. He admitted racially assaulting an Asian police officer. Kirklees Magistrates court fined the Lankovits £180 including £15 victim surcharge.
Josh Foster, 18 and Jordan Williams, 18, Melvin Watts, 19 and Dale Oakley, 21 were jailed for an attack on two teenagers, which Leeds Crown Court heard was the result of heightened racial tensions in Thornhill Lees.
Watts was sentenced to five years in a young offenders’ institute for wounding with intent and possessing and offensive weapon.
Foster was sentenced to 15 months in a young offenders’ institute for wounding and racially aggravated assault.
Oakley was sent to prison for 18 months for the same offences.
Williams was sent to a young offenders’ institute for 18 months for wounding, racially aggravated assault and possessing an offensive weapon
Abdul Rafiq, 41. Only ‘Muslim’ member of EDL/SDL. Religiously aggravated breach of the peace.Five year football banning order and £600 fine.
Peter Briggs, 19. Public order offences, Banned him from attending any football ground or any regulated UK matches in the UK for three years. Briggs will also have to surrender his passport so he cannot go to any games being played outside the UK. He cannot be in the Sincil Bank area during the two hours before and after any games. He cannot be within a five-mile radius of any England games.
If Lincoln are playing away, Briggs cannot use trains without permission from the British Transport Police.
Attack on the Kingston Mosque November 21, 2010.
Alfie Wallace. 19, was sentenced to a total of 12 months in a Young Offenders Institution for religiously aggravated criminal damage and violent disorder.
Martin Pottle, 24, was sentenced to a total of 14 months in prison for religiously aggravated criminal damage and violent disorder.
David Morris, 21, was sentenced to six months imprisonment for racially aggravated criminal damage.
Daniel Grant
A violent thug used a meat cleaver to threaten victims during a six-week campaign of robbery and burglary to fund a £600-a-week drink and drug habit.
Shane Martin, of Summerhill, Jarrow, was imprisoned for eight months after he pleaded guilty to having an offensive weapon and threatening behaviour after he threatened hospital staff at South Tyneside maternity unit.
The same Shane Martin caused more than £1,400 worth of damage to cars during a “mindless” wrecking spree in South Tyneside in June 2011. Martin must be supervised by the probation service for 12 months, carry out 250 hours’ unpaid work and must pay £375 to the owners of the cars they damaged.
John ‘Snowy’ Shaw pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering leading to death and two counts of not providing a suitable diet and failing to protect the llamas from pain, suffering and disease.
He was jailed for 12 weeks, suspended for a year, and ordered to do 200 hours of unpaid work, with £3,050 costs, and given a 10-year ban on keeping animals.
Kevin Jenkins, 45, admitted  sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl on a bus in Bristol. Jenkins was given bail on the condition that he does not contact the victim, and will appear before magistrates to be sentenced on July 26.
Attack by ‘anti-Islamic protesters’ on the home of Lancashire MEP Sajjad Karim.July 2 2011.
Bernard Holmes, 26, Leonard Hawley, 47,  David Wilson, 47,  and Jason Smith, 43, pleaded guilty to racially aggravated provocation of violence while David Garrett, 45, admitted having an offensive weapon.
Leanne Thornton, 26, Graham Smith, 48,  Paul Blundell, 45, John English, 24, Martin Corner, 31, Jordan Lonsdale, 20 and Paul Jackson, 41, pleaded not guilty to violent disorder but admitted using threatening behaviour. Sentencing 25th May.
Sentencing adjourned for a second time.
Bernard Holmes, Blackburn. Pleaded guilty to racially aggravated public order. Sentenced to 18 months in prison and given a five year CRASBO
Graham Smith, Chorley. Pleaded guilty to public order. Sentenced to 100 hours community service and given a 16 week custodial sentence, suspended for two years.
Myles Davies, Whitchurch, Shropshire. A warrant was issued for his arrest after he failed to appear at court for the trial
David Garratt, Darwen. Pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon (a chisel) Sentenced to 47 weeks in prison.
Leonard Hawley, Blackburn. Pleaded guilty to racially aggravated public order. Sentenced to 37 weeks in prison.
David Wilson, Blackburn. Pleaded guilty to racially aggravated public order. Sentenced to 37 weeks in prison
Jason Smith, Todmorden. Pleaded guilty to racially aggravated public order. Sentenced to 37 weeks in prison.
Leanne Thornton, Todmorden. Pleaded guilty to public order. Sentenced to 150 hours community service and given a 16 week prison sentence, suspended for two years.
John English, Blackburn. Pleaded guilty to public order. Sentenced to 100 hours community service and given a 16 week prison sentence, suspended for two years.
Paul Blundell, Preston. Pleaded guilty to public order. Failed to appear for sentence
Jordan Lonsdale, Chatburn. Pleaded guilty to public order. Sentenced to a 12 months supervision order and a 13 week curfew and given a 16 week prison sentence, suspended for two years.
Paul Jackson, Blackburn. Pleaded guilty to public order. Given 150 hours community service and a 16 week prison sentence, suspended for two years.
Martin Corner, Chorley. Pleaded guilty to public order. Sentenced to a 12 months supervision order and a 13 week curfew and given a 16 week prison sentence, suspended for two years.
Jacob ‘Jake’ Hyland was given a restraining order by Portsmouth Crown Court (15/11/11) for religiously-aggravated harassment after making abusive phone calls to Abbas Rahim at the Al Mahdi Centre in Fareham in October and November of last year.
Blaise Silvester was given a 12-month community order and told to do 100 hours of unpaid work in the community. He also had to wear an electronic tag and stay at home everyday from 9pm to 6am for two months after attacking peace protesters at a demonstration outside the Jami Mosque in Victoria Road North, Southsea.
Anthony Crawford, 22, of Chester Le Street, admitted lighting a firecracker before throwing it into a group of demonstrators at Grey’s Monument in Newcastle on June 4, 2012. Crawford pleaded guilty to one charge of assault by beating and one count of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause fear or provoke unlawful violence. He was handed two 15-week sentences to run concurrently, suspended for 12 months. He was also ordered to carry out 100 hours’ unpaid work and was made the subject of a 12-month supervision order.
Daniel Smith, 39, was sentenced to nine years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of burglary, common assault, possessing an offensive weapon and making threats to kill at a hearing in May. The court heard how on August 26 last year, Smith hurled racist abuse at a family living near him in Victoria Road, Thornhill Lees. He attacked their front door with a knife and eventually broke it down. When inside the house, he threatened to kill the occupants before he was forced back outside.
Smith had 167 previous convictions
Two men who were arrested during an EDL demonstration in Dewsbury have appeared in court.
Gary Wellings, of Dudley, was convicted of using threatening words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress. He was given a 12 month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £85 costs at Kirklees Magistrates Court.
Kevin Smith, 53, of Brierley Hill in the West Midlands must pay a £150 fine, £85 costs and a £15 victim surcharge after he admitted possessing mephedrone. A drug forfeiture and destruction order was also made.
Steven Crispin a 23-year old EDL member, fractured the jaw of a Muslim man during an un-policed English Defence League (EDL) march in Dagenham last year was found guilty of assault at Snaresbrook Crown Court. Sentenced 3 months.
Shaun Burns, 19,was found guilty after trial on March 22, 2012 at Preston Magistrates Court of racially aggravated common assault and criminal damage. Earlier this year father–of-five Muhammed Hussain, from Preston, told how he feared for his life after Burns, his partner Bryanne-Serrita Langham, 22, and friend Callum Tennant, 20, launched a racist attack on him before threatening to “take him down a side street and kill him”.
Burns walked out of court with another suspended term, this time for 16 weeks suspended for a year, with 100 hours unpaid work, £350 costs and £520 compensation.
Bryanne-Serrita Langham, 22, the partner of Shaun Burns (see above) was also involved in the attack on the taxi driver and pleaded guilty to criminal damage to a taxi and making off without paying the £4.50 fare. She was ordered to pay £84.50 compensation, a £100 fine, a £15 victim surcharge and £40 costs.
Raymond Strachan, 21, a member of the SDL, was convicted of breaching the 1986 Public Order Act after posting hate messages on various Facebook groups. He was sentenced to 200 hours of community service
James Lee Elliott,20, head-butted a man before he was restrained by onlookers and the police were called at the Love Music Hate Racism festival in Leicester in October 2011. He pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour, but denied resisting arrest and assault, later changing his plea to guilty. Sentencing August 2nd.
David Lee Matthews,23, of Dewsbury who had been drinking set fire to a woman’s hair, he then saw Mohammed Imran nearby and shouted racist abuse at him. He chanted the name of the English Defence League and yelled: “I am racist and proud of it.”. Matthews admitted assault and racially aggravated threatening behaviour on March 27 this year.
Awaiting sentence.
David Champion, a member of the Welsh Dence League  and Frances Champion have been jailed for violently attacking their daughter and her new boyfriend because he was black. Champion was jailed for 12 months and his wife was caged for nine months after admitting the race-fuelled attacks. Both admitted assault and David Champion also admitted a charge of racially aggravated assault against Mr Ncube.
Stefan Davis and Kelvin Barratt admitted racially aggravated harassment and using threatening words or behaviour. Barratt additionally pleaded guilty to having a knife. The men subjected a “decent and hardworking” Asian family to a torrent of abuse. Both were locked up for ten months and told not to go within 200 metres of the family’s newsagents in Bulwell for five years.
A gang of English Defence League supporters caused terror when they attacked a pub as an anti-racism rock concert was being staged.  Nine members of the gang were handed community sentences yesterday (Sept 3) after a court heard how windows and doors were smashed as bricks and bottles were hurled at Joseph’s Well in Leeds city centre.
Mark Johnson, 31, of Huddersfield, 12 months imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, 150 hours unpaid work and £400 compensation
Matthew Bermingham, 18, of Huddersfield, one year community order, 150 hours unpaid work and £100 compensation.
Aaron Childs, 20, of Huddersfield, one year community order, 150 hours unpaid work and £200 compensation.
Jonathan Foy, 19, of Leeds, one year community order, 150 hours unpaid work and £100 compensation.
Joseph Harman, 20, of Leeds, one year community order, 200 hours unpaid work, £500 compensation.
Cavan Langfield, 18, of Huddersfield, one year community order, 200 hours unpaid work and £250 compensation. Discharged from the Yorkshire Regiment ahead of sentencing.
Tom Maudsley, 18, of Cleckheaton, one year community order, 200 hours unpaid work and £100 compensation.
Two youths, aged 15 and 17, who cannot be named, were made the subject of 12 month referral orders.
SIX men with links to a controversial right-wing pressure group have been ordered to pay almost £6,000 for chanting a sickening torrent of religious abuse. The men, who are associated with the English Defence League (EDL), were sentenced at Teesside Magistrates’ Court yesterday. They were found guilty in August of shouting a highly inflammatory religious chant at Middlesbrough railway station.
Jak Beasley, 23, of Bishop Auckland was fined £455 and ordered to pay £515 costs.
Ross Williams, 23, of Spennymoor, was fined £420 and ordered to pay £515 costs.
Christopher Caswell, 32, of, Darlington, was fined £455 and ordered to pay £515 costs.
Paul Ross, 48, of Shildon, was fined £525 and ordered to pay £515 costs.
Dean Spence, 23, of Spennymoor, fined £455 and ordered to pay £515 costs.
Shaun Bunting, 33, of Newton Aycliffe, was fined £420 and ordered to pay £515 costs.
THREE of the men have since had their convictions quashed for racially aggravated public disorder.
Jak Beasley, Christopher Caswell and Dean Spence appealed against the conviction at Teesside Crown Court. This appeal was not opposed by the prosecution as a crucial witness had since emigrated to New Zealand. Beasley, Caswell, and Spence each had their £455 fines reduced to £185, £515 costs reduced to £250.
Michael Kelly, of Rochdale, and an unnamed 16 yr old teenager from Stockport have been locked up by a judge for their part in disturbances involving English Defence League supporters at the Eureka Museum in Halifax.
Kelly, who has a previous conviction for threatening behaviour at a football match, admitted violent disorder and  was jailed for nine months by Judge Peter Benson who also imposed a two-year anti-social behaviour order on the defendant.
The 16-year-old, who also admitted violent disorder, was sentenced to a six-month detention and training order and he was also made the subject of a two-year ASBO
Kenneth Holden, 30, A former soldier, wrote anti-Islamic comments on his Facebook page after he started supporting the English Defence League (EDL).
Holden, of South Shields, pleaded guilty to two counts of sending an offensive message by a public communication network. He also admitted causing criminal damage to his grandfather’s home in a separate incident.
He was given a 12-month community order with supervision and was ordered to pay £60 compensation to his grandfather and £160 court costs for both cases.
Trudie Toker threatened to stab students at St Andrew’s CofE High School in Croydon and told teachers the pupils needed “their black heads bashed in”. She appeared at Croydon Crown Court on March 18 after pleading guilty to using racially threatening words and possession of a bladed article.                        
The court heard she had also brought out a knife in front of a mother and baby on a bus on February 10 last year.  Sentenced to nine months in jail suspended for 18 months, and ordered to complete an alcohol treatment programme.
Currently posts on facebook using the name London Angel Realist.
Barry Stanbury, 42, of Exeter and a member of the EDL was convicted of religiously aggravated criminal damage after launching a drunken attack on a mosque after watching a news report about the desecration of Commonwealth graves in Libya. Sentenced to 80 hours unpaid work, £100 compensation and pay £150 costs.
Stanbury was also convicted of using abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause of fear of violence towards a Police officer in November 2010. Sentenced to eight weeks in prison, suspended for a year, by city magistrates and also ordered to complete 40 hours of unpaid work in the community.
Matthew Berryman, 28, of Norwich, pleaded guilty to using threatening words or behaviour at the the EDL demo on November 10. He was ordered to pay a £150 fine, a £20 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
Matthew Stephen Raymond Woodward, 22, ex EDL and leader of CxF Deeside, pleaded guilty to 15 charges of level one child pornography featuring kids age 10 to 15 and one level 4 video of a 13 year old.  He also faced charges of trying to solicit a 13 year old girl for pornographic photographs.
Judge Niclas Parry imposed a fined £700, a  three-year community order and sent him on a sexual offending treatment programme and will remain on the Sex Offenders Register for five years.        
He is also banned from working with children.
Henry Hunter, 19, was convicted of violent disorder after a gang of young men laid siege to a mosque in East Road, Kingston, having previously attended a protest march against Muslim extremism, in November 2010.
At Kingston Crown Court Hunter, from Ashford in Middlesex, was sentenced to six months at a young offenders’ institute, suspended for 12 months. He was fined £1,000, given 250 hours of unpaid work, and handed a four month curfew order banning him from leaving his home on Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights. Hunter was also given an exclusion order banning him from Kingston town centre for a year.
A man has been jailed for three months for dumping a pig’s head outside a mosque in Berkshire.
Rory Rowbottom, from Thatcham, left the animal’s head at the mosque on Pound Street in Newbury on 23 October.
Rowbottom pleaded guilty to one count of racially aggravated harassment and a section 4 public order offence at Reading Magistrates’ Court.
Hayley Wells, 28, and Kelly Watterson, 30, were charged in relation to an attack on Sawda Kurdo at Istanbul Kebab in Exeter Street, Plymouth on August 31, 2011. Watterson, of Manadon, admitted one count of affray and Wells, of Leigham, admitted one count of religiously aggravated common assault.The pair were due to stand trial, but changed their pleas to guilty at Plymouth Crown Court today. The two women have been warned they may face jail after admitting involvement in the religiously-motivated assault.