Charge Molloy over vile remark

Pastor McConnell, above, was prosecuted for remarks about Muslims so why not Francie Molloy for his 'Brit' remarks
Pastor McConnell, above, was prosecuted for remarks about Muslims so why not Francie Molloy for his 'Brit' remarks

The reports from Pastor McConnell’s trial state that the offence he committed was saying “Muslims, I don’t trust them (Muslims)”.

According to the PPS this comment, which was transmitted electronically, was grossly offensive.

Letters to Editor

Letters to Editor

If this is the PPS yardstick may I ask why the PSNI or the PPS are not prosecuting Molloy Sinn Fein MP about the comment “The Brits are back at what they do best – murder” he tweeted just after Parliament voted to attack Daesh in Syria.

This vile comment by Molloy was directed at every member of the British population, including those of us in Northern Ireland who are British.

It was sectarian, demonising, inflammatory and above all grossly offensive.

May I also ask why BBC freelancer Stephen Nolan, the self-appointed ‘Witch finder general’, did not give Molloy’s comments frenzied coverage over three weeks?

Or why he did not have a BBC TV special about it, interviewing Molloy and using Radio 5 Live to further broadcast those vile remarks?

Yet this was the way he treated Pastor McConnell.

Why the BBC bias one wonders?

I now trust that the PSNI and the Director of the PPS will arrest, question and charge Molloy over the grossly offensive remarks he tweeted via an electronic means.

Equal Justice For All, Lisburn