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CEO faces prison time in racism case

CEO faces prison time in racism case

London-based CEO Neil Froggatt has been charged with promoting racially-fuelled hatred by placing stickers around the city with Pokemon-style characters mocking President Obama and Mayor Sadiq Khan, along with racist phrases.

Froggatt, who owns and runs management consultant company Shiro Bara (which translates from Japanese to ‘White Rose’), placed the stickers in locations including a Tesco cashpoint, London Underground stations, Old Malden newsagents and various streets around the city.

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