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Seven protesters charged over anti-Army demo refuse to stand for judge in court
by Lucy Ballinger
Seven Muslim protesters accused of screaming insults at soldiers during an Iraq homecoming parade refused to stand for a judge yesterday.
The men are alleged to have shouted 'murderers', 'rapists', 'terrorists' and 'baby killers' while waving placards at the 2nd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment marching through Luton.
At the town's magistrates' court, they denied using threatening, abusive, insulting words and behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm and distress to others.
After refusing to stand they were threatened with being found in contempt of court by a clearly angry District Judge Carolyn Mellanby.
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