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BurfordTJustice
2018-05-14 10:28:19 UTC
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UK races Germany to the bottom....

British Police Threaten to Prosecute Facebook Users Under Malicious
Communications Act for Mocking Them

Britain's police have stumbled into another public relations disaster after
threatening to track down and prosecute Facebook users for ridiculing them.
West Yorkshire Police were derided by social media users after sharing a
picture of a drugs bust on their Wakefield Rural page. The haul involved a
comically small quantity of cannabis, MailOnline reports.

"Wow that's put a dent in the war on drugs lol" commented one user
sarcastically.

"Hope you manage to nail Pablo Escobar this afternoon" added another.

The police force did not see the funny side of the criticism, however,
issuing a statement advising that it had banned a number of people from its
Facebook page and would track down and pursue prosecutions against anyone
being "insulting, abusive, or offensive".

"Unfortunately we have had to ban a number of people from using this page
today," the statement began.

"I would like to remind everyone that this is a Police page and whatever
your thoughts on one of my officers seizing drugs in the community, being
insulting, abusive or offensive can and will result in a prosecution under
the Malicious Communications Act 1988."

British police forces have been under fire for some time due to certain
elements appearing to be focused on punishing people for so-called 'hate
speech' and causing 'gross offence' - at a time when violent crime, child
sexual exploitation, and radical Islamic terrorism are all on the rise.

The most well-known case of this sort recently involves YouTube comedian
Mark Meechan - better known as Count Dankula - who was convicted by a
Scottish court for teaching his pug dog to raise its paw in response to the
command "Sieg Heil" and causing 'gross offence'.

However, Freedom of Information requests answered by 29 police forces
revealed that some 3,395 people were arrested under section 127 of the
Communications Act 2003 - which makes it illegal to intentionally "cause
annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to another" - in 2016, with
some forces increasing their number arrests for such 'crimes' by as much as
844 per cent.

More recently, police in Northumbria tracked down and threatened Facebook
users who made disparaging comments about Muslim grooming gangs - but
stopped short of arresting them - and warned "do not post anything which
could be considered offensive" in a public statement.

The Government rejected a petition for a Free Speech Act which would put a
stop to such tactics in January.
Byker
2018-05-14 16:42:39 UTC
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UK races Germany to the bottom....
British Police Threaten to Prosecute Facebook Users Under Malicious
Communications Act for Mocking Them
Britain's police have stumbled into another public relations disaster
after threatening to track down and prosecute Facebook users for
ridiculing them. West Yorkshire Police were derided by social media users
after sharing a picture of a drugs bust on their Wakefield Rural page. The
haul involved a comically small quantity of cannabis, MailOnline reports.
"Wow that's put a dent in the war on drugs lol" commented one user
sarcastically.
"Hope you manage to nail Pablo Escobar this afternoon" added another.
The police force did not see the funny side of the criticism, however,
issuing a statement advising that it had banned a number of people from
its Facebook page and would track down and pursue prosecutions against
anyone being "insulting, abusive, or offensive".
<snip>

What you post today will haunt you tomorrow:






Messy Meatball
2018-05-14 22:04:18 UTC
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Byker
2018-05-14 23:13:38 UTC
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These do:










The newsgroup Janitor
2018-05-14 23:38:28 UTC
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www.youtube.com
...and here is why:

" * How neo-Nazis may be making money from You Tube advertising * "

"Extremists post videos to exploit Google Adsense to share revenues from
advertisers such as Virgin Media, BT and O2."

Source:
<https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2012/jun/21/neo-nazis-money-
youtube-advertising>

~~~~~~
~~~~~~
Neo-Nazis taking over Face Book and YouTube...

*Alleged racist used Facebook and YouTube accounts post anti-black and
Jewish material and called for 'real holocaust' to rid the world of 'sub-
human' Jews, court is told*

"Lawrence Burns, 26, is accused of writing 140 racist Facebook posts
He allegedly commented on YouTube that he wanted to 'hang the black
race'
A search of Burns' home revealed a number of anti-Semitic books, a
scarf with a 'neo-Nazi' logo and a phone, which has 125 photos depicting
racialist views"

By Rachael Burford For Mailonline
Published: 02:10 +11:00, 7 December 2016 | Updated: 02:33 +11:00, 7
December 2016

Source:
"http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4005970/Alleged-racist-used-
Facebook-YouTube-accounts-post-anti-black-Jewish-material-called-real-
holocaust-rid-world-sub-human-Jews-court-told.html"

"Lawrence Burns, 26, is accused of writing 140 Facebook posts on an alias
account in which he is said to have stirred up racial hatred.
An alleged racist expressed 'vile and offensive sentiments' towards
Jewish people he thought of as 'sub-human', a court heard.

It's also alleged he commented on a YouTube video that he wanted to 'hang
the black race', while also sharing Adolf Hitler artwork.

Opening the trial to a jury at Cambridge Crown Court on Monday,
prosecutor Mark Weekes said: 'This is a young man who is an extremist and
has expressed racist views, particularly towards the Jewish and Afro-
Caribbean community.

'On his public Facebook account, which has more than 90 friends, he
expressed some of the vilest and most offensive sentiments possible.

'Many of the posts are abusive and insulting towards Jews, who he refers
to as 'sub-human animals' and contain offensive words.'

Mr Weekes added that in a post on August 28, Burns accused white women of
'mating with race-mixing filth' and on September 1 compared Jews to
'maggots in a decaying body' who are 'hijacking the genes of a superior
white race'.

He said: 'The defendant also posted a link to a webpage which claimed to
be a 'black person's owner's manual' - the contents of which was
breathtakingly offensive.'"


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BurfordTJustice
2018-05-15 11:35:01 UTC
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jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry' Shein's jew aliash)
2018-05-15 13:05:54 UTC
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On Mon, 14 May 2018 22:04:18 +0000 (UTC), Messy Meatball
But Kyker is a neo-jew not a neo-Nazi!
--

"You are full of shit. You'll never convince any of us real Jews that
there is no Jewish look. I know my people and I can see their
Jewishness. Susan is not a Jew. If you want to get down her panties
just ask her she'll let you. She's a non-Jew."
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"You can try all you want and get all the plastic surgery you want but
you'll never look like one of us because you are not a Jew. You are
an Irish Shiksa that Isn't even a righteous non-Jew a Ger Tzadeck You
are VEEDMUS amongst us and are a gentile. I would not be surprised if
you ever go to Eretz Israel and spout off your non-senseical lies that
a Jew doesn't kill you or a gentile murder you. You are wicked because
you antagonize and lie about the Tzadeckim. The best place for you is
scrubbing toilets and urinals in a gymnasium that is predominate used
by Negros."
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- drug-fucked jew wannabe Y-chi Netfish, mocking neo-jew Suzy KKKohen's
attempted 'conversion' to the jew race

"Warren is not well. He's a non-Jewish mental patient who usually declines to
take his medications. Please keep this in mind when viewing future posts."
Message-ID: <JZQTk.1726$***@nwrddc02.gnilink.net>

- neo-jew 'convert' Suzy KKKohen, mocking drug-fucked jew wannabe Y-chi Netfish's
claim to be a jew
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2018-05-15 15:37:46 UTC
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psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous sexual cripple, making an ass
of herself as "jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry'
Post by jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry' Shein's jew aliash)
But Kyker is a neo-jew not a neo-Nazi!
You are obviously just an asshole, Razoshit! <BG>
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BurfordTJustice
2018-05-15 11:34:50 UTC
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"Byker" <***@do~rag.net> wrote in message news:q5Gdncby8oDgIWTHnZ2dnUU7-***@supernews.com...
: "BurfordTJustice" wrote in message news:pdboc3$9s2$***@dont-email.me...
: >
: > UK races Germany to the bottom....
: >
: > British Police Threaten to Prosecute Facebook Users Under Malicious
: > Communications Act for Mocking Them
: >
: > Britain's police have stumbled into another public relations disaster
: > after threatening to track down and prosecute Facebook users for
: > ridiculing them. West Yorkshire Police were derided by social media
users
: > after sharing a picture of a drugs bust on their Wakefield Rural page.
The
: > haul involved a comically small quantity of cannabis, MailOnline
reports.
: >
: > "Wow that's put a dent in the war on drugs lol" commented one user
: > sarcastically.
: >
: > "Hope you manage to nail Pablo Escobar this afternoon" added another.
: >
: > The police force did not see the funny side of the criticism, however,
: > issuing a statement advising that it had banned a number of people from
: > its Facebook page and would track down and pursue prosecutions against
: > anyone being "insulting, abusive, or offensive".
:
: <snip>
:
: What you post today will haunt you tomorrow:
:
: http://youtu.be/Tr5lBlL8GKs
:
: http://youtu.be/oR1LZ0426DI
:
: http://youtu.be/KUEOmlPM08A
:
BurfordTJustice
2018-05-14 20:18:07 UTC
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"BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message news:pdboc3$9s2$***@dont-email.me...
: UK races Germany to the bottom....
:
: British Police Threaten to Prosecute Facebook Users Under Malicious
: Communications Act for Mocking Them
:
: Britain's police have stumbled into another public relations disaster
after
: threatening to track down and prosecute Facebook users for ridiculing
them.
: West Yorkshire Police were derided by social media users after sharing a
: picture of a drugs bust on their Wakefield Rural page. The haul involved a
: comically small quantity of cannabis, MailOnline reports.
:
: "Wow that's put a dent in the war on drugs lol" commented one user
: sarcastically.
:
: "Hope you manage to nail Pablo Escobar this afternoon" added another.
:
: The police force did not see the funny side of the criticism, however,
: issuing a statement advising that it had banned a number of people from
its
: Facebook page and would track down and pursue prosecutions against anyone
: being "insulting, abusive, or offensive".
:
: "Unfortunately we have had to ban a number of people from using this page
: today," the statement began.
:
: "I would like to remind everyone that this is a Police page and whatever
: your thoughts on one of my officers seizing drugs in the community, being
: insulting, abusive or offensive can and will result in a prosecution under
: the Malicious Communications Act 1988."
:
: British police forces have been under fire for some time due to certain
: elements appearing to be focused on punishing people for so-called 'hate
: speech' and causing 'gross offence' - at a time when violent crime, child
: sexual exploitation, and radical Islamic terrorism are all on the rise.
:
: The most well-known case of this sort recently involves YouTube comedian
: Mark Meechan - better known as Count Dankula - who was convicted by a
: Scottish court for teaching his pug dog to raise its paw in response to
the
: command "Sieg Heil" and causing 'gross offence'.
:
: However, Freedom of Information requests answered by 29 police forces
: revealed that some 3,395 people were arrested under section 127 of the
: Communications Act 2003 - which makes it illegal to intentionally "cause
: annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to another" - in 2016, with
: some forces increasing their number arrests for such 'crimes' by as much
as
: 844 per cent.
:
: More recently, police in Northumbria tracked down and threatened Facebook
: users who made disparaging comments about Muslim grooming gangs - but
: stopped short of arresting them - and warned "do not post anything which
: could be considered offensive" in a public statement.
:
: The Government rejected a petition for a Free Speech Act which would put a
: stop to such tactics in January.
:
:
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2018-05-15 19:52:09 UTC
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"BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message news:pdboc3$9s2$***@dont-email.me...
: UK races Germany to the bottom....
:
: British Police Threaten to Prosecute Facebook Users Under Malicious
: Communications Act for Mocking Them
:
: Britain's police have stumbled into another public relations disaster
after
: threatening to track down and prosecute Facebook users for ridiculing
them.
: West Yorkshire Police were derided by social media users after sharing a
: picture of a drugs bust on their Wakefield Rural page. The haul involved a
: comically small quantity of cannabis, MailOnline reports.
:
: "Wow that's put a dent in the war on drugs lol" commented one user
: sarcastically.
:
: "Hope you manage to nail Pablo Escobar this afternoon" added another.
:
: The police force did not see the funny side of the criticism, however,
: issuing a statement advising that it had banned a number of people from
its
: Facebook page and would track down and pursue prosecutions against anyone
: being "insulting, abusive, or offensive".
:
: "Unfortunately we have had to ban a number of people from using this page
: today," the statement began.
:
: "I would like to remind everyone that this is a Police page and whatever
: your thoughts on one of my officers seizing drugs in the community, being
: insulting, abusive or offensive can and will result in a prosecution under
: the Malicious Communications Act 1988."
:
: British police forces have been under fire for some time due to certain
: elements appearing to be focused on punishing people for so-called 'hate
: speech' and causing 'gross offence' - at a time when violent crime, child
: sexual exploitation, and radical Islamic terrorism are all on the rise.
:
: The most well-known case of this sort recently involves YouTube comedian
: Mark Meechan - better known as Count Dankula - who was convicted by a
: Scottish court for teaching his pug dog to raise its paw in response to
the
: command "Sieg Heil" and causing 'gross offence'.
:
: However, Freedom of Information requests answered by 29 police forces
: revealed that some 3,395 people were arrested under section 127 of the
: Communications Act 2003 - which makes it illegal to intentionally "cause
: annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to another" - in 2016, with
: some forces increasing their number arrests for such 'crimes' by as much
as
: 844 per cent.
:
: More recently, police in Northumbria tracked down and threatened Facebook
: users who made disparaging comments about Muslim grooming gangs - but
: stopped short of arresting them - and warned "do not post anything which
: could be considered offensive" in a public statement.
:
: The Government rejected a petition for a Free Speech Act which would put a
: stop to such tactics in January.
:
:
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2018-05-16 10:30:09 UTC
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"BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message news:pdboc3$9s2$***@dont-email.me...
: UK races Germany to the bottom....
:
: British Police Threaten to Prosecute Facebook Users Under Malicious
: Communications Act for Mocking Them
:
: Britain's police have stumbled into another public relations disaster
after
: threatening to track down and prosecute Facebook users for ridiculing
them.
: West Yorkshire Police were derided by social media users after sharing a
: picture of a drugs bust on their Wakefield Rural page. The haul involved a
: comically small quantity of cannabis, MailOnline reports.
:
: "Wow that's put a dent in the war on drugs lol" commented one user
: sarcastically.
:
: "Hope you manage to nail Pablo Escobar this afternoon" added another.
:
: The police force did not see the funny side of the criticism, however,
: issuing a statement advising that it had banned a number of people from
its
: Facebook page and would track down and pursue prosecutions against anyone
: being "insulting, abusive, or offensive".
:
: "Unfortunately we have had to ban a number of people from using this page
: today," the statement began.
:
: "I would like to remind everyone that this is a Police page and whatever
: your thoughts on one of my officers seizing drugs in the community, being
: insulting, abusive or offensive can and will result in a prosecution under
: the Malicious Communications Act 1988."
:
: British police forces have been under fire for some time due to certain
: elements appearing to be focused on punishing people for so-called 'hate
: speech' and causing 'gross offence' - at a time when violent crime, child
: sexual exploitation, and radical Islamic terrorism are all on the rise.
:
: The most well-known case of this sort recently involves YouTube comedian
: Mark Meechan - better known as Count Dankula - who was convicted by a
: Scottish court for teaching his pug dog to raise its paw in response to
the
: command "Sieg Heil" and causing 'gross offence'.
:
: However, Freedom of Information requests answered by 29 police forces
: revealed that some 3,395 people were arrested under section 127 of the
: Communications Act 2003 - which makes it illegal to intentionally "cause
: annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to another" - in 2016, with
: some forces increasing their number arrests for such 'crimes' by as much
as
: 844 per cent.
:
: More recently, police in Northumbria tracked down and threatened Facebook
: users who made disparaging comments about Muslim grooming gangs - but
: stopped short of arresting them - and warned "do not post anything which
: could be considered offensive" in a public statement.
:
: The Government rejected a petition for a Free Speech Act which would put a
: stop to such tactics in January.
:
:
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2018-05-22 09:05:38 UTC
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"BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message news:pdboc3$9s2$***@dont-email.me...
: UK races Germany to the bottom....
:
: British Police Threaten to Prosecute Facebook Users Under Malicious
: Communications Act for Mocking Them
:
: Britain's police have stumbled into another public relations disaster
after
: threatening to track down and prosecute Facebook users for ridiculing
them.
: West Yorkshire Police were derided by social media users after sharing a
: picture of a drugs bust on their Wakefield Rural page. The haul involved a
: comically small quantity of cannabis, MailOnline reports.
:
: "Wow that's put a dent in the war on drugs lol" commented one user
: sarcastically.
:
: "Hope you manage to nail Pablo Escobar this afternoon" added another.
:
: The police force did not see the funny side of the criticism, however,
: issuing a statement advising that it had banned a number of people from
its
: Facebook page and would track down and pursue prosecutions against anyone
: being "insulting, abusive, or offensive".
:
: "Unfortunately we have had to ban a number of people from using this page
: today," the statement began.
:
: "I would like to remind everyone that this is a Police page and whatever
: your thoughts on one of my officers seizing drugs in the community, being
: insulting, abusive or offensive can and will result in a prosecution under
: the Malicious Communications Act 1988."
:
: British police forces have been under fire for some time due to certain
: elements appearing to be focused on punishing people for so-called 'hate
: speech' and causing 'gross offence' - at a time when violent crime, child
: sexual exploitation, and radical Islamic terrorism are all on the rise.
:
: The most well-known case of this sort recently involves YouTube comedian
: Mark Meechan - better known as Count Dankula - who was convicted by a
: Scottish court for teaching his pug dog to raise its paw in response to
the
: command "Sieg Heil" and causing 'gross offence'.
:
: However, Freedom of Information requests answered by 29 police forces
: revealed that some 3,395 people were arrested under section 127 of the
: Communications Act 2003 - which makes it illegal to intentionally "cause
: annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to another" - in 2016, with
: some forces increasing their number arrests for such 'crimes' by as much
as
: 844 per cent.
:
: More recently, police in Northumbria tracked down and threatened Facebook
: users who made disparaging comments about Muslim grooming gangs - but
: stopped short of arresting them - and warned "do not post anything which
: could be considered offensive" in a public statement.
:
: The Government rejected a petition for a Free Speech Act which would put a
: stop to such tactics in January.
:
:

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