Bloody Bible ad – GPA not prosecuted

Those swivel-eyed homophobes of the Christian Institute do have their uses. In their latest mailshot they reveal that they “have been told” that the Crown Prosecution Service will not go ahead with the case against the Gay Police Association for publishing their bloody bible ad.

No doubt this is because no crime was committed.

The CI, of course, are devastated. They do, however, make a valid point when they complain that Stephen “Dog Shit” Green is still being prosecuted for handing out anti-gay leaflets at the Cardiff mardi gras. He shouldn’t be, and MWW hopes that the case will be dropped at the next hearing on Sept 28th. The CI’s complaint wouldn’t sound so hollow if they hadn’t clamoured for the GPA to be prosecuted for exercising their freedom of speech.

Still, good news from the CPS. Let’s hope the Advertising Standards Authority, and the Police Complaints Commission come to similarly sensible conclusions.


4 Responses to “Bloody Bible ad – GPA not prosecuted”

  1. Marc Draco says:

    What, precisely, is Green being prosecuted for anyway? What worries me is that whatever the outcome he’ll spin it his way. No wonder he was thanking his invisible friend.

  2. Being a twat in a built-up area?

  3. Marc Draco says:

    Really though. The little shit has had a mountain of PRO Xian publicity out of this all over the f’ing world. If they’re prosecuting him for being a hateful little shit, like, say that dude from the BNP, fair enough, but freedom of speach is another thing.

  4. [...] Some good news for a change. MediaWatchWatch are reporting that the Christian Institute “have been told” that the Crown Prosecution Service are not going to be going ahead with the case against the Gay Police Association (GPA) for publishing an advert in the run-up to July’s Europride gay and lesbian parade in London. [...]