9/11 activist hands himself in to police following UK PM speech on extremism

British Prime Minister David Cameron has described people who question the official account of the 9/11 attacks as non-violent extremists. The remarks, made in his speech at the United Nations Security Council have incited a political activist to voluntarily hand himself in to the UK police as a so-called non-violent extremist. Press TV’s Eisa Ali followed him to Scotland Yard police headquarters in London to hear his story.