'Death to traitors', British MP murder suspect tells court

A prison van is driven out of Westminster Magistrates Court in central London, on June 18, 2016British lawmaker Jo Cox’s alleged killer ranted against “traitors” in court Saturday, as EU referendum campaigning was suspended for a third day in tribute to the slain MP. “Death to traitors, freedom for Britain,” 52-year-old Thomas Mair said when asked to give his name at Westminster Magistrates Court in London after being charged with murder, Britain’s Press Association reported.

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