Crown Court is a television courtroom drama produced by Granada Television for the ITV network which ran from 1972, when the Crown Court system replaced Assize courts and Quarter sessions in the legal system of England and Wales, to 1984. It was transmitted in the early afternoon.
A Man launched an unprovoked attack on the Guardian columnist Owen Jones because of his sexuality and political views, a judge has decided.
James Healy, 40, admitted to Mr Jones of The Lexington pub in Islington in the last year, but claimed it was because the 35-year-old, his drink spilled had.
But, Mr Jones, "said he" spilled the drink.
Recorder judge Anne Studd QC, said Healy, Portsmouth, would have "ample opportunity to made representations" with Mr Jones in the pub when he spilled the drink, but no attempt to do it.
"This was a deliberate and targeted attack on Mr. Jones personally," She Said .
the Following Healy's arrest, a search in his house a photo of him performing a Nazi salute.
The court heard That the photo showed him as a teenager, but had printed it in the year 2015.
In her ruling, judge Studd said That while it could not be proven Healy performing a Nazi salute in The Photograph , she was "sure That [chilli] apply, in particular, beliefs That are usually associated with the far right wing".
"I therefore propose, Mr Healy, on the basis That this was a completely unprovoked attack on Mr Jones because of his widely published, the left and LGBTQ beliefs of A Man who is demonstrably right-wing sympathies," She Said .Mr Jones told the court some people see him as a "hate figure"
Mr Jones suffered cuts and swelling on his back and head, and bruises all down his body in The Attack , which happened on his birthday evening on the 17. August.
In his testimony at the Snaresbrook Crown Court , The Journalist said: "I Am a untouched a socialist, I Am an anti-racist, I'm an anti-fascist, and I have consistently used to support my profile and left wing causes. "
Mr. Jones has almost a million Twitter followers, 125,000 followers on Instagram and 350,000 followers on Facebook.
"What I use these platforms for support to left-wing ideas and passion and unwavering commitment against racism, fascism, Islamophobia and homophobia," he said to the court.
"Almost every day, I Am the subject of a relentless campaign [abuse] by extreme right-wing sympathizers.
"you came to See Me as this hate-figure in their ranks. "
Mr Jones said he had received death threats on a daily basis, and adds: "It is The Combination of the left-wing, gay, anti-fascist - this is what the right-wing hate. "Owen Jones drunk had said in The Lexington, Islington
"In these 10 seconds, I don't know really what happened, because I was attacked from behind, had no idea of what was about to happen. "
When asked about The Claim , which he had knocked Mr Healy to drink it, he said: "This is absolutely not happening.
"If I thought I had accidentally drink spilled on someone, I would apologize profusely, I would say, 'I'm so sorry" and I would Insist on it - whether you liked it or not - will you buy another drink. "
The court heard That Healy has a string of convictions for football violence and football is at the moment-prohibition, in order for the intervention to a Parking space.
He also allegedly had a football-hooligan-banner adorned with SS symbols, and A Collection of pin-badges connected to white supremacist groups.
Healy told the court: "I Am a hoarder. I never throw anything away. I had just hidden the whole time in the back of a drawer.
"were as far as I knew, with football and football violence. "
A date has yet to be defined, for Healy, the sentencing is.