Harry Lally and Sarah Allen defend in Walsall EDL case

Fri, 20 Dec 2013

32 men have been handed jail sentences after violence erupted at an EDL demonstration in Walsall.

On the same day Untie Against Fascism held a counter demonstration and the atmosphere between the two groups turned aggressive. Supporters of the EDL began throwing missiles including concrete slabs and bricks.

A police investigation was launched to identify the men responsible for the disorder, and this week they appeared at Wolverhampton Crown Court with sentences totaling more than 60 years.

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Please click here to view the profiles of Harry Lally and Sarah Allen.

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