According to the BPP website, their organizer was arrested "for nothing."
This isn't the first time the fledgling Nazi organisation have been in hot-water over their leaflets. Police in Manchester are still investigating an anti-semitic BPP leaflet attacking a local Jewish school. At the time the police were called in the BPP denied that the leaflet was theirs, blaming it on "communists" and "anti-fascists", a statement which holds about as much credibility as BPP leader Eddy Morrison's claim to the 'Jewish Telegraph' that he is "not anti-Jewish."
Morrison, a veteran Nazi, is currently standing for election in the Leeds Bramley-Stanningley ward on a platform which attempts to mask his hardline fascist views. His personal integrity has been under attack for decades even within 'White Nationalist' circles, as he has bounced from one shabby little group to the next, usually taking the membership fees with him. He has also sold information on his 'comrades' to Searchlight, Leeds AFA, and Special Branch.
Barely a day seems to go by without some new embarrassment for the BPP. We wait to see how their South Wales organizer is going to try to wriggle his way out of his current difficulties. We also look forward to hearing Morrison's explanation for a charming photo, published by his fellow Nazis, of the ageing and ailing racist cuddling up to black TV chef Ainsley Harriet. No wonder Morrison has his fingers crossed.