A businessman who confronted British National Party members when they put a leaflet through his door said he felt “vindicated”, after being found not guilty of threatening the men.
Mohammed Latif, 38, was accused of swearing at Duncan Warner, 44, and Gerard Williams, 54, and calling them “Nazis”, before trying to snatch their leaflets. But the business manager, from Stockport, Greater Manchester, who is married with two young children, insisted he did not use any foul language. And the court believed his version of events – that he was actually trying to hand the pamphlet back
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