Shop Now This Is Our Country Not Your Church Shirt. A man from northwestern England was saved prison time Wednesday after he confessed to posting bigoted maltreatment via web-based media after three Black players in the England soccer group missed extra shots during the last of the European Championship in July.

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#ThisIsOurCountryNotYourChurch hastag trending on google. The Crown Prosecution Service said Scott McCluskey, 43, of Cheshire posted the remarks about Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after England lost to Italy in a punishment shootout. McCluskey told police he smoked maryjane the evening of the last and presented the remarks on make individuals chuckle. He said he didn't understand his remarks would be viewed as bigoted, and he erased them subsequent to seeing the reaction from other web-based media clients. 

McCluskey conceded at Warrington Magistrates' Court. Locale Judge Nicholas Sanders condemned him to 14 weeks in jail however suspended the sentence for year and a half. McCluskey will likewise be dependent upon an electronically observed check in time on Saturdays and Sundays for 40 weeks.