They said they find the whole thing offensive.
Among them was Sophia Leaning who said: “They are welcome to believe what they want, but how dare they post such hateful drivel in to the home of my child.
“If it happens again, it will be my deeds of darkness they’ll need to worry about!!!
The leaflets included….
- “Fornicators are little better than whores in the sight of God”
- “Sex is an addiction which can send people insane”
- “Contraception: those who debase themselves behave like pigs, whose shit stinks the worst of all animals”
- “Homosexuality is a developmental disorder, the sexual acts of which are of grave depravity; it is porno-centric perversion”
- “Gay marriage: has even less reality than ‘marriages’ between monkeys”
- “Lesbianism: it defeminizes women and renders them utterly ridiculous; to which the ugly word ‘dyke’ gives sad, yet strangely suitable expression”
- “Transgenderism: is a world of make believe. It is a type of demonic madness, degrading human dignity.
On December 8th last, a Brother Damon Jonah Kelly, head of the Glasgow-based charity the Black Hermits, was arrested by Cambridgeshire Police on suspicion of a Section 5 (religious/racial) public order offence after he wrote a letter to the homosexual news publication, Pink News, claiming responsibility for the distribution of similar leaflets in the city of Ely, as well as in Cambridge, King’s Lynn and several other Cambridgeshire towns and cities.
A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said: “We have been made aware by residents of a number of leaflets that have been distributed in Grantham that some people have found upsetting and offensive.
“Having looked into the matter and sought advice from the Crown Prosecution Service, as we do in any investigation, we have been advised that these leaflets are the same as some distributed in Lincoln last year.
“The leaflets have also been distributed in other areas of England and they were not found to be breaking any laws.
“The CPS advised that no action would be taken in relation to those leaflets; as such we will not be taking action in relation to those in Grantham as no criminal offences have been committed.
“his has been balanced based on right to freedom of speech with potential offences under the Public Order Act and the Malicious Communications Act.
“We do realise that these leaflets may cause offence to the majority of the public and we are looking at other avenues in trying to deal with their distribution.”