Martin Smith, who is a leading UAF member and National Secretary of the Socialist Workers Party, was found guilty of assault on a police officer.
The criminal thug Smith was sentenced to a 12-month community order, with 80 hours’ unpaid work and has been fined £450.
This violent Communist’s conviction will be the forerunner of many such convictions over the next few weeks, if previous reports are anything to go by.
On 8 August 2009, some 35 UAF thugs were arrested by police in Birmingham for public violence.
This will followed on 19 August 2009, when a further 19 UAF thugs were arrested by police for violence committed outside the BNP's Red, White and Blue festival.
On 10 October 2009, some 48 UAF thugs were arrested in Manchester for public violence, and on 22 October 2009, a UAF demonstration against Nick Griffin's appearance on the BBC's Question Time programme was marked by a UAF attack on the police which resulted in serious injuries to no less than three police officers.
It was for this violent and unprovoked attack that the Communist criminal thug Smith was arrested and convicted.
On 20 March 2010, some 55 UAF thugs were arrested in Bolton for public violence, including UAF secretary Weyman Bennett on suspicion of conspiracy to commit violent disorder.
Not surprisingly, the thug Bennett is also a central committee member of the Socialist Workers’ Party. His case is still currently under review by the Crown Prosecution Service.
In a statement issued after the arrests, police in Bolton specifically blamed the UAF for provoking violence and said that Bennett’s UAF thugs had "acted with, at times, extreme violence."
On 30th August 2010, another 14 UAF thugs were arrested in Brighton, East Sussex. A police statement issued after that attack said that a “group from the counter-demonstration (UAF) resisted this [police wishes to keep both demonstrations apart] and threw missiles at the police."
The evidence is clear and obvious: the UAF organisation is nothing but an extremist, violent, far left Trotskyite front organisation, bent on causing anarchy and violent confrontation.
The long list of UAF violence and attacks on the police and members of the public shows a clear trend in behaviour for this ultra-violent organisation. This makes it even more outrageous that Mr Cameron is a signed-up founder UAF member.
The time has come for Mr Cameron — and all the other Westminster MPs who have signed up to support this criminal organisation, to either acknowledge that they support public violence, or to distance themselves from the UAF.
Taken from the BNP website