A man has been found guilty of racially abusing Jewish security personnel outside of a synagogue in Hendon, North West London.
The incident, which occurred in March 2018, began when Alkarim Versi approached CST security officers to ask them questions about the synagogue. Mr Versi then began making abusive gestures and threats, which included telling them that “he had been in the army and had no issue killing again.”
On Monday, Mr Versi was tried at Harrow Crown Court for racially aggravated intentional harassment where, after his plea of “not guilty,” he was nevertheless found guilty and sentenced to a three-month prison sentence, suspended for fifteen months. He has also been ordered to undertake rehabilitation activity and pay a £115 victim surcharge.