Reggae prosecution moves one step closer

The Metropolitan Police task force investigating a complaint from gay rights group Outrage! against a number of reggae artists has forwarded its file to the Crown Prosecution Service.

The move follows an investigation into the complaint received on September 18, which alleges a number of reggae artists - among them Beenie Man, Elephant Man and Bounty Killer - incite homophobic assaults and murder through their lyrics.

A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman confirms the Racial and Violent Crime Task Force has sent ...

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