A British man has pleaded guilty to creating a racist letter campaign that called for violence against Muslims and ethnic minorities.
David Parnham, a 35-year-old from central England, admitted that he sent “Punish a Muslim Day” letters that designated April 3 as a day to terrorize British Muslims. The letters assigned various points to specific acts of violence ― from 25 points for pulling Muslim women’s headscarves to 1,000 points for bombing a mosque.
Parnham pleaded guilty in London on Friday to 15 offenses, including soliciting murder and staging a bomb hoax. He faces a potential life sentence, the BBC reports.
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