Vockrodt, glass of wine in hand, said that he would serve a 'cease and desist' order on Wembley Matters if I continued to 'misrepresent' UKIP candidate Stephen Priestley.
Disliking his aggression I told him to go away (in rather more colourful language, I confess) and he turned his attention to a local non-party activist standing nearby, telling her with more threatening body language, "And you! Don't heckle my man!"
Vockrodt stood in Dudden Hill in the May 2014 local elections and hit the headlines over his attitude to Muslims and his suggestion that a Willesden street resembled Helmand Province. LINK
UKIP celebrated its attack on Wembley Matters with a posting on its Brent and Camden Facebook page:
Heino Vockrodt's attack follows a comment submitted to Wembley Matters which I did not publish. It was posted under the name 'TheHV24'. This is part of what it said:
Martin Francis - the guy who runs Wembley Matters - is a far left extremist activist!'TheHV24' also posted my home address on YouTube which I removed.
He is Shahrar Ali's electoral agent and supports Mr Ali's fascist "we know better what's good for you so shut up" policies.
This blog is against Electoral Commission rules and I will have it shut down!
Martin Francis & Shahrar Ali are deeply anti-democratic. They're cultural Marxists which can be easily spotted the moment there are a few Black people in the audience: Ali says things like "Black people being brutally arrested by white policemen on Willesden High Road" and other racist remarks.
UKIP's mask of respectability appears to have slipped.
Wembley Matters will continue to cover the election campaign including the statements of UKIP and other candidates.