Mosque arson sentencing

Three men have been sentenced following an arson attack on a mosque in Grimsby that was a reprisal for the killing of Fusilier Rigby on May 22.

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The CCTV used in court which showed the mosque arsonists in action

Two ex-soldiers who fire-bombed a mosque in revenge for the killing of soldier Lee Rigby were caught on CCTV preparing petrol bombs and throwing them at the building.

Stuart Harness and Gavin Humphries were shown in footage each carrying two home-made petrol bombs from Harness’s home in the town.

Grimsby Crown Court was shown footage from more cameras, which caught them later, launching the bombs at the doors of the Grimsby Islamic Cultural Centre, four days after Fusilier Rigby was killed outside Woolwich Barracks, in London, in May.

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