Nine men now charged with Kingston Mosque attack

Kingston anti-Muslim protest (4)A total of nine men have now been charged in connection with an attack which saw beer thrown at Kingston Mosque and the building urinated on.

The attack is alleged to have followed a march through Kingston town centre against Muslim extremism on Sunday, November 21, 2010. None of the men charged are from the Kingston area.

Martin Pottle, 22, of Eldridge Close, Feltham; Jordan Ellingham, 20, of Camden Road, Feltham, and a 17-year-old man from Shepperton were charged with affray and religiously aggravated criminal damage by Kingston police today, Friday, April 1. They were bailed to appear at Kingston Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, April 12.

Yesterday Alfie Wallace, 18, of Hetherington Road, Shepperton; Paul Abley, 24, of Hounslow Road, Shepperton, and Karl Matthews, 20, of Brentford High Street, were charged with the same offences. They will appear at Kingston Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, April 7.

Terence Earl, 31, of Aspen Lane, Northolt; David Morris, 20, of Elm Way, Epsom, and Adam Khalfan, 18, of Feltham Road, Ashford, were charged with the offences on Wednesday, March 30. They will also appear at Kingston Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, April 7.

Surrey Comet, 1 April 2011