British Anti-Semite Sentenced to Three Years for Online Incitement

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A 23-year-old British man was sentenced to over three years in prison for posting anti-Semitic material online ahead of an anti-Jewish neo-Nazi rally in July slated to take place in a predominately Jewish London neighborhood, which he helped plan.

Joshua Bonehill-Paine (pictured), from the south-western county of Somerset, had previously received a two-year supervision order and 180 hours of community service “for claiming a Leicester pub was refusing to serve members of the armed forces to avoid offending members of the Muslim community,” The Guardian reported.

Even with the punishment, he continued to charge online that political figures were pedophiles and drug dealers — eventually earning a suspended three-month sentence.

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