UK Police After Breitbart Exposé: ‘Anti-Fascists’ Ironically The Most Intolerant… Intent On Violence And Criminality

Brighton’s police chief has finally denounced rampaging so-called anti-fascists “looking to attack any bald men” after Breitbart London revealed arrests at a “far right” demonstration had been misleadingly reported. Ten men and four women – most from Brighton, but two of no fixed address – have been bailed pending further inquiries after a string of assaults at a demonstration at a “skin head” music concert on 4 June. The BBC reported: “Twelve arrests were made in connection with an anti-immigration demonstration… after police received reports of assault and criminal damage involving a large group of masked men in Brighton.” A huge #antifa turnout in Brighton today, but it’s hard to fight fash when they’re hiding — Sanj (@sanjeedah) June 4, 2016 The article strongly implies that the masked criminals were anti-migration protestors, but after Breitbart London enquired, a spokesman for Sussex Police conceded that all of the “arrests were made from within the anti-fascist group”. The BBC has thus far failed to amend its article, even after Breitbart London contacted their journalists responsible as well as being assured their sub editors were aware of the poor reporting. The police and media have been accused of a “cover-up” online, and today Brighton Police