Anorak News | Tottenham Court ‘bomb’ suspect was the BNP candidate for Stevenage

Tottenham Court ‘bomb’ suspect was the BNP candidate for Stevenage

by | 29th, April 2012

HOPE Not Hate is reporting that Michael Green, the man arrested in the Tottenham Court Road the “siege” (Sky), “disturbance” (BBC), “nuisance Scotland Yard) and “afternoon off” (every worker) once represented the BNP as the party’s parliamentary candidate for Stevenage.

Michael Green, 48, has been charged with possession of a weapon, false imprisonment and making a bomb hoax. HNH says Green, of Stevenage, Hertfordshire, was the BNP candidate for his town in the 2010 General Election. Green polled 1007 votes. He came fifth.

Lest you be unsure what to make of this, the BNP Chairman Nick Griffin went on twitter to opine:

“Police say hostage taker is ‘mentally unstable’. No shit, Sherlock!”


Photo: Armed police carry equipment outside a building near Tottenham Court Road in central London, Friday, April 27, 2012, after an incident was reported in the area. Heavily armed, masked police surrounded a site in central London on Friday after a woman reported that a mentally unstable man had walked into her office threatening to blow himself up.(AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

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