Green’s Blasphemy case rejected

News is filtering through that Stephen “Dog Shit” Green’s application to prosecute the BBC for blasphemy has been rejected. Will keep you updated as we learn more.

Chortle confirms the story. Horseferry Road Magistrates rejected the action. Pity.

4 Responses to “Green’s Blasphemy case rejected”

  1. Roger Geowell says:

    What an odious fellow “Dog Shit” is. I met him once (while doing a counter-protest at JSTO), and seldom a more rude and superiority-complexed swine have I encountered.

    In fact, he’s actually the rudest man I have met in my entire life – as in, I had to walk away because it was getting to the point where I was done trying to talk to him, and actually just wanted to punch him. On reflection, it would have been well worth it.

    Never mind complaining about offensiveness to “god”, he could do with learning some fucking manners when it comes to talking to other human beings.

    What an utter cunt. I’m glad to see his shitty case thrown out of court, and can only hope that they make him pay costs for wasting their time.

  2. Marc says:

    someone will have to pay costs. Green won’t thought. One or more of his minions will. Doubt this will be a lesson to him but it was the right message to send, IM(honest)O.

  3. Andy A says:

    What a pity! I was looking forward to a protracted case in which he would be made to look more stupid than he is (er, actually, that would be impossible) and then see him have to pay the costs – the costs of a much more expensive hearing.

  4. tom p says:

    good – artists shouldn’t have to face legal battles for their work. Even if they’d won such a case, the BBC would never have dared to put something so provocative on telly again. Such court cases are all about making people self-censor, rather than about winning hte actual case.