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Fascist decision: Britain First leader Paul Golding guilty of terror offence after refusing to give cops his phone’s PIN after Russia trip

Fascist decision: Britain First leader Paul Golding guilty of terror offence after refusing to give cops his phone’s PIN after Russia trip

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Britain First leader Paul Golding has been found guilty of a terror offence after refusing to give police his phone’s PIN following a trip to Russia. Golding, 38, was stopped at Heathrow Airport on October 23 last year on his way back from Moscow by officers from the Metropolitan Police. He refused to give the pin codes for an iPhone and Apple computer and was later charged with willfully refusing to comply with a duty under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act.
Source: Fascist decision: Britain First leader Paul Golding guilty of terror offence after refusing to give cops his phone’s PIN after Russia trip

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