Kevin Quinn found guilty

Kevin Quinn 3The leader of the British First Party who set up a stall with the Union flag and launched a tirade of offensive racist abuse has been convicted of a religiously aggravated public order offence.

Police were called to the shopping precinct in St Andrews Road, South Oxhey, when leader of the far right party Kevin Quinn, 44, began using offensive language during a “demonstration” about the arrest in Sudan of schoolteacher Gillian Gibbons.

The jury of six men and six women took five-and-a-half hours to find Quinn guilty. Judge Warner adjourned sentence for reports on Friday, April 3.

Watford Observer, 6 March 2009