Mishcon de Reya has fired an employee after it emerged he was pumping out tweets calling for the destruction of Israel.
The conflicts analyst had been working at Mishcon for just over a year, initially as a paralegal. He previously held paralegal positions at Clyde & Co and Blake Morgan, having studied law at Manchester Uni.
Sporadically over the last eight years, 'Sieg' has also been doing his bit to publicise the grip of Israel over our daily lives and to call for its abolition, using a twitter handle in his own name. RollOnFriday is not naming him to protect him from Mossad/prank deliveries of bagels.
The morning after England's defeat to Italy in Euro 2012, Sieg tweeted, "Why are you all so happy? You were all licking Englands arse all along you fucking Jew supporters".
In 2013 he appears to have commented on Real Madrid's loss to Borussia Dortmund, tweeting, "The awkward moment when you score a Jew goal against the Germans, haha class".
Come to think of it, he did always insist on playing as an axis power.
Given that it was founded by the son of a rabbi, Mishcon de Reya would appear to be an extremely poor fit for Sieg, who wrote in February 2019 that "Israel is no better than Nazi Germany". A few weeks later he posted that the "Nazi Israel state" had "absolutely NO right to exist". He also said the matter was the "only political issue that Jeremy Corbyn has even been right about".
The conflicts analyst claimed the following month that "there's no such thing as #Israel", and referred to Jews as "Zionist cockroaches" from whom Hamas protected the Palestinian people.
In April this year Sieg warned astutely that criticisms such as his would "have you lambasted with accusations of 'antisemitism'". He was still blasting away last week, accusing "Zionists" of "controlling the lamestream media".
He deleted his account after another user tweeted a block of Sieg's messages to Mischon de Reya and asked the firm, "who do I speak to about this?" Mishcon fired Sieg on Wednesday after a week-long investigation.
Sieg did not respond to a request for comment.