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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Amed Pelle who urged Facebook friends to 'kill a million police' and looter who took a single lick of stolen ice cream are jailed - 28th Aug 2011

A teenager who used Facebook to encourage the 'killing of a million police officers' during the riots has been jailed for 33 months.

Amed Pelle incited his 2,000 friends on the site to commit violence and looting in Nottingham.

He asked if any of them 'wanted anything' from a fashion store that was later targeted.

The jobless 18-year-old posted three messages on his Facebook 'wall' on August 9, hours before serious disorder broke out in his home city.

The first two read 'Nottz Riot whose onit?' and 'Kill one black youth, we kill a million Fedz (police), riot til we own cities'. It is believed the second message was a reference to Mark Duggan, whose death in Tottenham sparked the original trouble.

In his third message, Pelle wrote: 'Rioting 2nyt anyone want anything from (fashion chain) Flannels?' The store, in Nottingham city centre, had its windows smashed hours later.

Pelle had pleaded guilty to a breach of section 44 of the Serious Crime Act 2007, doing an act which was capable of encouraging or assisting the commission of an offence, namely violent disorder.

Judge John Milmo told Pelle that his comments 'encouraged attacks on the people of Nottingham as a whole, and the people of other cities.'

Sentencing the teenager to two years and nine months in a young offenders' institution, he added: 'Your offence was designed to, and could well have led to, increased numbers on the street intent on violence to persons and property. Read More