Probably prison officials in shattered, staggering, dhimmi Britain are too afraid of being called “Islamophobic” to enforce the restrictions on this chap.
“Jailed terrorist mocks life sentence on FACEBOOK: Muslim-convert extremist serving 19 years for stabbing prison guard jokes about life in Strangeways despite social media and internet ban,” by Jamie Phillips, MailOnline, December 19, 2021:
A Muslim-convert extremist serving a life sentence for stabbing a prison officer at a high security jail mocked and joked about his sentence on Facebook despite a social media and internet ban.
Baz Hockton was one of two terrorists who ‘savagely’ attacked an officer with makeshift ‘shanks’ while wearing fake suicide belts and shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ at HMP Whitemoor, Cambridgeshire, on January 9 last year.
Already serving a 12-year sentence for a separate stabbing attack, Hockton was radicalised in prison after befriending Brusthom Ziamani – a convicted terrorist who planned to behead a soldier in 2014 inspired by the murder of Lee Rigby.
Hockton was sentenced to life imprisonment in October 2020, but has been posting on Facebook mocking his prison sentence from inside HMP Strangeways in Manchester, despite a ban on phones and internet access, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
In one post, he said ‘Strangeway living 2021’ along with a picture of him bearded and smiling with a shaven-headed in a tracksuit top and bottoms.
..... received comments including ‘you look like a terrorist Baz, get a shave mun [sic]’ and ‘Bazzie, you looking well Boom Boom xxx’.
Hockton and Ziamani lured Prison Officer Neil Trundle into a cupboard space off-limits to prisoners at HMP Whitemoor by asking him to fetch them a spoon before attacking him with makeshift weapons.
Both inmates were found in possession of Islamic extremist writings when their cells were searched after the brutal murder bid.
Material was also recovered from Hockton’s cell setting out his desire to become a martyr.
Weeks before the attempted murder, an image was uploaded to the Facebook site boasting of how he would be leaving prison.
It said: ‘2026 Soon Home. Whitemoor living.’
Despite .....s, a Facebook site in his name was still live last week.
A post said: ‘Inbox me all your details and I will send you some Xmas money, bro.’…