Man claims he was protecting pub and customers in Rotherham protest march clash

A MAN accused of violence on Wellgate after a right-wing march this week claimed he was just trying to protect a pub and its customers.

Dennis Farrell (31), of Halifax, is one of seven men on trial for the fracas on September 5 last year.

Dozens of people clashed outside the William Fry pub after counter-protesters to a Britain First march dispersed.

Police rushed to the scene in vans and on horseback shortly after trouble started, at around 4.05pm.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/105370/man-claims-he-was-protecting-pub-and-customers-in-rotherham-protest-march-clash.aspx

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3 Responses to Man claims he was protecting pub and customers in Rotherham protest march clash

  1. reg reader says:

    “Man claims he was protecting pub and customers in Rotherham protest march clash”
    Let’s wait and see what the jury thinks.
    We may well have a verdict by the end of the coming week.

  2. Woody says:

    The 2 tier law system

  3. 1st Time User says:

    Self defence is no offence……

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