Stalker apologises for Lee Rigby slur

Pictured is Mohammed Dar, of Ley Gardens, Alfreton, who has been found guilty of stalking.

Pictured is Mohammed Dar, of Ley Gardens, Alfreton, who has been found guilty of stalking.

An annoying neighbour who distressed a resident by stating terror victim Lee Rigby deserved to die has been found guilty of stalking.

Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard during a trial on Monday, how Mohammed Dar, 52, of Ley Gardens, Alfreton, admitted to police that he made the terror-related comment about the murdered soldier during a mobile phone call as neighbour Louise Mountford walked by.

Dar said: “I was on the telephone talking to my brother and he mentioned Lee Rigby. I made a comment which I now regret. It was one of the things I said to my brother and I am sorry I said it.”

 

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