Left-Wing Hope not Hate activist who falsely branded people as being Paedophiles sectioned

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An Hope not Hate activist who branded innocent people paedophiles and terrorists has been convicted of harassment.

Left-Wing Fantasist Mark Fisher, 44, posted damaging comments online about people he held a grudge against.

A look at Mr. Fisher’s Facebook page here, more specifically the pages he has liked under his own profile will show you that he has in fact liked both Hope not Hate and the UAF’s Facebook pages respectively.

Fisher has also liked various Anarchist and Anti-Fascist Facebook pages and these are all visible on his facebook account here: https://www.facebook.com/logicfish

Left-Wing activists like Mr. Fisher discredit the work of organisations like the Daily Bale and other patriotic movements who have been exposing Left-Wing Paedophiles and child abusers.

One of his victims, a UKIP schoolteacher, has been unable to return to work because of the false allegations he made.

Some of his victims were wrongly linked to terrorism while Fisher accused another of causing the death of her husband – who was killed by a tragic accident.

Fisher was convicted after a trial of nine charges under the Malicious Communications Act of updating a website with grossly offensive articles and found guilty of a further charge of harassment.

He has mental health issues alongside Politically Correct paranoia and was ordered to be detained in hospital for at least six months.

District Judge Michael Fanning told him: “You made harmful and utterly baseless allegations against a number of individuals.

“The allegations you made are a Left-Wing fantasy and in one instance you harmed the career of one of your victims.”

The court heard that Fisher initially targeted one male victim with his lies.

Vanessa Jones, prosecuting, said: “Mr Fisher published on a couple of blog sites and Facebook some unpleasant information about this gentleman in relation to paedophile involvement.”

Fisher put a picture of the victim on the social networking site with a link to a website linked to a known sex offender.

He also claimed on his page that he had details of ‘suspected perverts’ living in Huddersfield, West Yorks.

The victim told Fisher that the allegations were false and asked him to take the information off the site, which he refused to do.

Others who knew Fisher responded and told him they were not happy about him making these claims.

Mrs Jones said: “Four other people who knew Mr Fisher expressed their displeasure.

“They were added to the list that Mr Fisher felt were part of paedophile involvement.

“One of the complainants is a teacher and because of the information still on Facebook she can’t work.”

The court heard that Fisher, who had no previous convictions, suffers from mental illness.

Sentencing at Kirklees Magistrates’ Court, Judge Fanning told him: “The allegations you made against them are a fantasy, linking them to paedophilia.”

In making the hospital order, he added: “I am satisfied that you will continue to offend against these individuals or cast your net wider to involve those against whom you hold a grudge.”

Fisher, of Lockwood, Huddersfield, will be kept in hospital for an initial six-month term. Upon his release he must comply with a restraining order, banning him from contacting six named victims.

He is also banned from posting any images or material about them online.

In addition he is prohibited from maintaining the material already published by him, meaning that any offensive posts will need to be taken down.

Marcoose Lucas, Reporting for Daily Bale News

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