What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
LONDON (AP) - The leader of a British far-right group says its
members are taking to the streets of British cities in an attempt
to quell riots that have spread across the country for four nights.
Stephen Lennon, leader of the English Defense League, told The
Associated Press that up to 1,000 members planned to turn out in
Luton, where the group is based, and others areas that have
suffered unrest, including the northwestern city of Manchester.
Lennon said some members had were already carrying out patrols
trying to deter rioters, and that hundreds more would join them
“We’re going to stop the riots - police obviously can’t handle
it,” Lennon told the AP.
The far-right group was cited as an inspiration to Anders
Behring Breivik who has confessed to the July 22 massacre in