The seven who shouted 'rapists, baby killers, terrorists, burn in Hell and murderers' at the troops are charged with threatening, abusive and insulting words and behaviour.
So, they're in trouble, they're NOT at all popular in the country at the moment and what do they do? Refuse to stand for the judge because apparently they 'only show respect for God'.
The judge (Carolyn Mellanby), described as 'clearly angry' should have held them in contempt of court (as she would have if you or I had done it), but, she - being clearly angry remember - reached a compromise!
She arranged for them to enter the court after her which meant (in her eyes at least) that they were technically standing for her.
Which they weren't of course.
So they won.
Even though she was 'angry' with them and she had the law on her side and absolute power in this situation she let them win.
She even gave them an extra twenty minutes lunch break to pray and they also have a 'quiet' room set aside for them at the court to have regular 'prayer intervals'.
Our soft touch establishment constantly bends over backwards to the needs/wants of these people who hold us in complete, utter and open contempt.
Will we learn before it becomes too late?