Paul attends court AGAIN in Northern Ireland
Today, Britain First leader Paul Golding attended court in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.
This was the third monthly court appearance that he has been forced to attend.
Paul is charged with distributing leaflets that criticised immigration in the town.
The Public Prosecution Service - as it is called in Northern Ireland - hasn't even been given the evidence to make a decision yet.
Instead, the police are stringing Paul along and running down the clock just to keep his ridiculous bail conditions in place.
These bail conditions ban Paul from attending any demonstration, protest or parade in the whole of Northern Ireland.
We have only four weeks or so before Paul could be banged up for months in prison once again.
That's not a lot of time to prepare, but we must try our hardest regardless!
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