On Friday, the UK Daily Mail reported that 35-year-old Kevin Crehan was found dead in his cell halfway through his one-year sentence. His crime? He left bacon sandwiches outside a mosque.
According to the Daily Mail:
Kevin Crehan, 35, was halfway through a one-year prison sentence he received in July after admitting the racially-motivated attack on the Jamia Mosque in Bristol earlier this year.
He was accompanied by Alison Bennett, 46, and Mark Bennett, 48, and Angelina Swales, 31, who also pleaded guilty over the incident.
A St George flag with the words ‘no mosques’ was also tied to the fence outside the building in Totterdown, Bristol, and shouted racial abuse at a worshipper.
Bacon was tied to the door handles and sandwiches made of raw meat and sliced white bread were left at the entrance, in what was described in court by the judge as an ‘an attack on England’.
Authorities confirmed that Crehan was found dead in his cell at HMP Bristol on Tuesday, December 27, the Daily Mail added.
The cause of death is not known at this time, but authorities say they are investigating.
In July, we reported:
The four were also handed a restraining order preventing them from going within 100 meters — just over 328 feet, or 109 yards — of a mosque anywhere in England or Wales for the next 10 years.
“There can never be any excuse for hate crime in any shape or form and this criminality will not be tolerated,” said Inspector Nigel Colston of Avon and Somerset Police. “All of our communities have the right to live and worship peacefully without fear of being targeted for their race or religion.”
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