10 members of the Scottish Defence League (SDL) marking the first anniversary of the murder of a man by Asian youth.
The group had wanted to lay a wreath near the spot where William McKeeney was murdered last January.
Now for the over kill remember this is just 10 SDL members laying a wreath
Mounted police, helicopters and scores of officers yesterday were
deployed on to the streets of the city's Pollokshields, home to
Scotland's largest Asian community, despite a maximum of 10 members of
the Scottish Defence League (SDL) turning up.
Yesterday, a counter protest of between 50 and 100 members of United
Against Fascism also gathered in Pollokshields and had to be kept apart
from the SDL by lines of police.
At one stage, upwards of 20 officers were seen escorting three SDL
members away from the flashpoint. Later, a group of counter-protesters
broke away from the main group and charged towards the SDL but were kept
apart by the police.
Locals also described how yesterday's episode led to Muslim women
being escorted through the streets by police officers, while other
people were denied entry to their homes as police attempted to keep the