Ex-'Muslim Patrol' Member Sorry For Sharia Videos
A London man involved in shaming couples holding hands and "inappropriately" dressed women in the name of Sharia law apologises.
A convicted extremist who was a member of the so-called "Muslim Patrol" has apologised to his victims and told Sky News he has been reformed.
Jordan Horner was part of a vigilante gang who tried to enforce Sharia law on the streets of east London between December 2012 and January 2013.
The 21-year-old was actively involved in targeting couples holding hands, people drinking alcohol, and women who the group deemed to be dressed "inappropriately".
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