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article imageManhunt for Anjem Choudary begins as arrest deadline passes

By Richard Milnes     May 29, 2013 in Crime
Britain First had given the Metropolitan Police until Wednesday 6pm to arrest the anti-British, Muslim extremist Anjem Choudary. The deadline has now passed and Choudary is not thought to have been arrested, so Britain First have launched a manhunt.
Digital Journal reported previously that Anjem Choudary is believed to have been responsible for the radicalisation of at least one of the savages that murdered Woolwich soldier Lee Rigby.
Britain First launched a complaint campaign directed at London’s Metropolitan Police, demanding the arrest of the anti-British, Muslim extremist Anjem Choudary by Wednesday, 29 May at 6pm.
Britain First claim that Choudary is guilty of breaking sections of the Serious Crime Act 2007. They intend to find him and subject him to a citizen’s arrest.
They believe that “Choudery is guilty by preaching direct action and violence against the British people, our government and our Armed Forces.”
They add “The manifest proof in this is the very fact that one of his followers has indeed carried out the threat that Mr Choudary had written on placards, specifically “BEHEAD THOSE WHO INSULT ISLAM” as seen at numerous demonstrations since 2008 onwards and especially prevalent during his ‘Al Muhajiroun days’”
A statement appearing on the Britain First website says, “If you speak out against Islam you can get jailed for a “hate crime”, but it is fine for Choudary and his mob to run around and preach “Jihad” against non-Muslims!”
Britain First are requesting that if anyone knows anything about the whereabouts, habits or movements of Anjem Choudary that they provide information through a form on their website.
Britain First have launched a manhunt for anti-British Muslim extremist Anjem Choudary and intend to...
Britain First have launched a manhunt for anti-British Muslim extremist Anjem Choudary and intend to make a citizen's arrest.
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British Police protect Anjem Choudary
The Sun reports that British Police, rather than arresting Choudary, have been protecting him. An operation began at 2pm on Wednesday when two policemen stood guard outside his house. An hour later two female officers arrived in a van.
About 40 minutes later an unmarked car arrived. Eventually Choudary and his family left with a lot of luggage to an unknown location for an unknown period of time.
Not an idle threat
Britain First is connected to the patriotic street protest movement known as the English National Resistance (ENR). They recently merged with another patriotic street protest movement, the English Volunteer Force (EVF) and have strong links with other like-minded groups.
Previous action by the ENR and its allies has included protesting outside the taxpayer-funded house of Osama Bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe, Abu Qatada, which resulted in Abu Qatada taking legal action to stop the protests. After which they protested as close to his house as they could legally get, receiving huge support from the British public.
Britain First – angry at police impotence
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