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Nigel Flanaghan has been accused of giving police false information about a bomb in a Harlow mosque
A 52-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he allegedly threatened to bomb a mosque.
Nigel Flanaghan has been accused of telling the police that there was an explosive device in a Harlow place of worship on January 8.
Mr Flanaghan is also accused of causing religious aggravated fear or provocation of violence through words or behaviour, motivated towards Muslims.
After a court appearance in Chelmsford Magistrates’ on Tuesday the defendant of Wharley Hook in Harlow, just outside North Weald, has been remanded in custody.
He will appear in court next week.
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