Roy Larner fought back against jihadists in a terror attack. Now, he’s being prosecuted by the UK government for “offensive” speech.
A UK man who fought back against knife-wielding jihadists in a June 2017 has been placed into a UK state-run “deradicalization” for his patriotic and anti-islamization views.
Roy Larner bravely stood up to three terrorists in the infamous ‘London Bridge’ attack in June 2017, earning the moniker “Lion of London Bridge.” He suffered numerous stabbing and knife wounds, fighting back against the attackers who chanted “Islam, Islam, Islam,” and “This is for Allah.”
Larner was widely lauded as a hero for his actions in the tragedy. Many called for him to be awarded the George Cross, the UK’s highest civilian award for gallantry. But it appears the UK’s government is treating him in a far different manner-legally prosecuting him for “offensive” speech and mandating his attendance in a series of “deradicalization” classes.
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