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Harlow man jailed over bomb threat

News / Fri 7th Feb 2014 at 11:00am

A HARLOW MAN who phoned police and said he was going to put a bomb in a mosque and wanted “to hang Muslims in the street” has been jailed for 12 months.

Nigel Flanaghan, 52, of Wharley Hook, Harlow, later told police he made the hoax call in January after drinking up to three litres of vodka, the court heard.

Flanaghan from Wharley Hook, pleaded guilty at Chelmsford Crown Court to communicating false information reports the BBC.

Judge Anthony Goldstaub QC told him his actions had been “deplorable.”

Flanaghan denied a second charge of religiously aggravated fear of violence.

The judge formally entered a not guilty verdict.

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