“ They that plow iniquity, and sow wickedness, reap the same”
Ordinarily, I would never use the main body of any mainstream media article on the Outlaw, but I have decided to make an exception in this case, due to the conflicting and misleading accounts that are emerging online in regard to the recent outcome of an appeal launched by one Christopher Spivey against his conviction for the harrassment of the family of the soldier Lee Rigby.
I have long been of the opinion that it was an act of complete lunacy to appeal against the courts decision, as it was a commonly-held belief that he was treated extremely leniently when he was given a six-month sentence only, that being suspended for two years after the actions that had led to his subsequent conviction.
He should have taken it on the chin and walked away, showed some dignity and then kept his head down, like any normal person would have done – but that was not to be the case and he has continued to publish harmful, untruthful and exceptionally damaging articles about anyone who he deems worthy of his attention, his latest targets being the family of a four-year old girl who recently died of Cancer.
And that is all I am going to say on the matter.
‘Spivey was originally convicted in July 2015 of two charges of harassing Lyn Rigby and Sara McClure. He was also found guilty of two offences of sending grossly offensive or menacing messages by public communication between May 2013 and November 2014.
Spivey received a six month prison sentence, suspended for two years and a lifetime restraining order banning him from any future contact with those involved.
He was also banned from publishing any material about them on the internet and ordered to pay £2,000 costs and his computer equipment was forfeited.
Judge Morgan left that sentence in place and ordered Spivey,unemployed and on benefits, to pay a further £2,000 costs’