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article imageCameron’s UAF try to prevent EDL from paying respects to Rigby

By Richard Milnes     Jun 2, 2013 in World
The English Defence League marched to Cenotaphs and other places across Britain in memory of Drummer Lee Rugby, who was murdered in Woolwich, but Cameron’s far-left UAF tried to stop them from paying their respects.
The English Defence League, held around sixty different "walks of silence" across the country on Saturday, 1 June to pay respect to Drummer Lee Rigby who was recently murdered in Woolwich, London by two crazed jihadists.
Far-left UAF is linked to David Cameron and Michael Adebolajo
As previously revealed on Digital Journal, the far-left UAF is backed by British Prime Minister David Cameron and had one of the Woolwich ‘suspects’ Michael Adebolajo as a speaker at their Harrow demonstration in 2009.
In Sheffield the police were unable to control the far-left UAF who had surrounded the Barker's Pool memorial and the EDL were prevented from laying flowers.
In Manchester EDL supporters turned their back on the far-left UAF attempts to disrupt them from paying their respects. They applauded the servicemen and women of the British armed forces, in particular Lee Rigby.
The Yorkshire Post reports that around 100 people assembled in City Square at around 2pm. At around 2.20pm a group of around a dozen, carrying a flag and some floral tributes, headed up Park Row, walking in the middle of the road. EDL supporters held their flag aloft and lay their tributes, before standing in silence, watched by passers-by.
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