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originally posted by: six67seven
And to think they would've gotten away with this heinous crime if the evidence wasn't posted to the internet.
originally posted by: dreamingawake
Should those be tracked down and the author of the memes be held accountable by fines and or arrest?
Posting on a closed WhatsApp group of generally likeminded people would considerably reduce the risk of a prosecution. However, if the person posting intended to harass, alarm or distress one of the group, an offence might be made out. Again it will not be enough if a person was simply offended by the post.
originally posted by: crayzeed
Well how about this as a hate crime. Make a lifelike effigy, and burn it on a fire and celebrate the fact you are burning a Catholic. In fact encourage children to celebrate the burning of a person. Don't like that!!!
That's bonfire night all over Britain. Why aren't Catholics up in arms about this continued travesty.
originally posted by: AstralThundera
Mock Grenfell arson/execution of hundreds, mainly immigrants? = NOT a joke.
"This is vitally important. If the inquiry does not explicitly exonerate Mr Kebede, all these sleazy accusations and hurtful innuendo, all the racist assumptions and ignorance that currently prevail will continue unabated.
"The inquiry needs to set the record straight. The inquiry needs to thank Mr Kebede for his prompt effort that he made on the night to contact the fire brigade, raise the alarm and warn his neighbours.”
The inquiry heard that after Mr Kebede noticed smoke was pouring from the back of his Hotpoint fridge freezer he went round to each of his neighbours, banging on the door and shouting “fire, fire, fire” to rouse them and urge them to flee.
originally posted by: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
a reply to: Unruhestifter
It was done in bad taste I must admit but what about those people burning effiges of Teresa May & Boris johnson? This comes down to the same thing if they want to call it a 'hate' crime. The governments better build more prisons to hold all these people.
The other side of the coin is that they are making a statement about how the so-called 'lower-classes' are constantly imperilled by sub-standard building practices driven by cost-cutting procedures by the local authorities and government.