UK police confirm death threats leveled at two EDL members ahead of Bristol march
This is Bristol: Police have confirmed that two members of the English Defence League have been sent death threats ahead of their controversial march in Bristol this weekend.
But the far-right (TT: English human rights group) group’s march in protest at what it calls the "Islamification” of Bristol will still go ahead on Saturday afternoon.
Avon and Somerset police confirmed to the Post that officers had issued two individuals with notices known as Osman Warnings.
They are made when police have intelligence of a threat but not enough evidence to justify the arrest of any suspect. (...)