Serial troll admits telling MP Luciana Berger to 'watch your back' and that 'you are going to get it like Jo Cox did'

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John Nimmo, 28, from South Shields, admitted trolling two more victims, making more anti-Semitic remarks to one that he told was 'dead meat', Newcastle Crown Court heard today.
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