Thursday, 15 May 2008

Nick Griffin and Civil Liberty show their support

Nick Griffin and members of civil liberty showed their support for Barry Towers by attending a protest against Middlesbrough Football Club’s disgraceful decision to sack Barry Towers.

A dozen free speech supporters turned up to hand in a petition which totalled almost 900 signatures, including 700 people that Barry Towers got to sign the petition while pounding streets of Middlesbrough. While protesting BBC Radio Tees and a freelance reporter interviewed Barry Towers and Nick Griffin. Even though the press were there Middlesbrough Football Club only allowed the protesters to stay for 20 minutes. Do you think they support free speech?

After the protest the majority of the protesters went to a nearby Middlesbrough pub and chatted with Nick Griffin and Kevin Scott (Civil Liberty) for over an hour.

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