Reading man jailed for dead girl 'trolling' insults

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posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 04:46 PM
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Clearly, the only solution is to make any asskicking he richly deserves to be legal.

If more people got an old-fashioned asswhupping for the nasty things they say, there would be less of it.

Police, jails and courts not needed in this case.




posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 04:54 PM
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"Trolling memorial pages"


Your kid just died ,get off the internet and mourn.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 04:55 PM
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", admitted two offences of "trolling" a term used to describe the trend of anonymously seeking to provoke outrage by posting insults and abuse online."

One day there will be more people in jail for this than marijuana.

Decriminalize trolling now. peace.
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posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 04:58 PM
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Originally posted by bastet11
Clearly, the only solution is to make any asskicking he richly deserves to be legal.

If more people got an old-fashioned asswhupping for the nasty things they say, there would be less of it.

Police, jails and courts not needed in this case.


How does that work over the internet?

These types of losers do it online because they know they wont get a good beating. If he did it at a funeral or service, he would have got a good kicking and Im sure they wouldnt have been charged.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 05:01 PM
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Just as I suspected.

"Troll": Fat, greasy haired, loser, most likely living in mom's basement with nothing better to do than attempt to entice rage, to release his own frustrations at being an outcast, ridiculed...etc bla bla.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 08:18 PM
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Yes it should be made illegal people like this need mental professional help, they are narcissistic psychopaths.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 08:23 PM
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Ummm, no he should not be arressted, but consider the alternative, maybe he's safer? I mean if it was my family he was trolling, well listen let's just say for a couple bucks I know people with trucks and shovels who don't ask no questions!



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 11:26 PM
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Western Civilization is designed to look and feel like an oppressive Matriarchy, and the UK is the center piece of this Matriarchy. Could you imagine a woman being jailed in the UK for trolling about the suicide of a teenage, or child-age boy?No.

This is about reducing the rights of men to those on par as animals to justify the gay world agenda of the Bilderberg group;a group of extremely wealthy people of one gender who only have gay porno-stars and gay prostitutes at their secret meetings. Invest in technology to aid in reproduction without the other gender{women are technically almost obsolete for reproduction. All they need to do is master artificial incubation/gestation technology}. And then help finance a blatant hate movement that targets their own gender for the benefit of the other gender they are working to make obsolete.... It seems rather blatant, like something only a fool could not see.


I guess I just feel like women in the West are being set up for a big fall(I use the word set-up instead of scapegoated because everything that will be used against them will be made to be true before it is brought against them) and it is like a part of my soul is crying out in terror. But hopefully I am wrong, and am only seeing the lie within a lie and not the truth that is still hidden.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 11:42 PM
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If you are of the opinion that the best thing to do is put this guy in jail, what is your reason? I can think of a couple possibilities. Some people may feel that a few months in jail will prevent him from committing the same offense after he gets out. Others might think that his punishment will deter other people from committing similar offenses. A certain percentage of people probably just don't like what he did and want him to be hurt as revenge. I'm interested to know how many people fall into each category.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 11:58 PM
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"He previously pleaded guilty at Reading Magistrates' Court to sending indecent or offensive communications."

He pleaded guilty to the above offenses and they found him guilty and that's it, nothing to do with trolling!

It was the BBC reporter that threw in "Trolling" to spice things up a bit.



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 12:17 AM
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I think it's funny how so many people esteem themselves for be emotionally detached from this situation by saying his rights were violated no matter how horribly he acted. However, if you look at this rationally and objectively, even totally emotionally detached from this situation; he is still guilty of harassment and deserves the sentence he got. This "slippery slope" stuff is nonsense, because (1) England has different freedom of speech laws than the U.S. so they are acting within the law and (2) it's also a slippery slope allowing monsters to run rampant and terrorize people unabetted. The law did the right thing in this situation, so let's all be pleased that a troll got what he deserved.
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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 12:28 AM
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I want this stuff to stop. With the advent of 4chan and other such places, monsters like this have run rampant behind anonymity and violate other peoples' right to live free of harassment. This man violated the inalienable rights of other people by getting his kicks from being a sadist. He can go to court to see what he's done to those families through his own eyes and then he can sit in jail for awhile to mull it all over without having his right's violated by having his ass kicked as some have ironically suggested. Then his /b/tard friends might reconsider the next time they choose to deface a memorial wall and go back to being useful idiots for anon, which is *obviously* not influenced at all by TPTB *sarcasm*.
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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 12:58 AM
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As stupid and petty I think this law is... you're absolutely correct. I'm an american and I need to learn to start respecting other countries laws. As similar as the two countries are, the UK is definitely different.

I don't think this was harassment at all. If it WAS harassment, it would be of the lowest degree and I'd say that he was "bugging" them.

In my country, this would never be an issue. If this guy was American and did this to another American, he would just be called an "a**hole" and would be blocked. They would all get on with their lives and everyone would get over it by the next day.



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 01:30 AM
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You actually believe that?

Personally i just think it is people feeling safe behind a keyboard because there is no retaliation threat.

If the problem was to be cut off at the head so to speak, more effort should be put into stopping school yard bullying at a younger age, in real life.

Imagine being bullied throughout your younger ages and then discovering a way to aimlessly return the pain you suffered.



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 02:14 AM
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To be honest, I think they're right in issuing a prison sentence. What these people do is tantamount to bullying and to be fair cyberbullying is increasingly becoming a cause for youth suicide. Now I know he wasn't actually bullying her, he was insulting her death afterward but you have to start the ball rolling somewhere. Her family have just decided to act upon it.

If a young girl commits suicide because a vile person on the internet harrasses and bullies her.. does that not make him at least partly responsible for that death? I think so. Therefore action can be taken legally in my eyes.



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 02:29 AM
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Originally posted by Domo1

So you're pretty much worse than this kid. Someone makes fun of a dead girl ZOMG JAIL THEM! Yet you run around 'breaking peoples bones'. I'm sure that's just internet tough guy talk anyway.


No I am highlighting the fact that I can and will do something, illegal or not, to these people when they hurt/upset those I care about, not when they do it to me personally, I couldn't care less, but I don't get upset by them. Not everybody is emotionally strong enough to shrug it off though.

However, for those who can't / won't take the law into their own hands, they need some sort of justice, and that is where the court and laws come into it.

I'm not being the internet tough guy, I'm stating fact.
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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 03:54 AM
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certainly shouldnt have been jailed , he should have however been placed in a program in order to help him let go of his insatiable lust for trolling people.
the program results in him being sat at a computer and only allowed access to social networking where everyone trolls him constantly !

I wish the president would die !

( which one ) there are hundreds ?



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 04:51 AM
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Originally posted by sapien82

I wish the president would die !



You have the right to remain silent, anything you say will be taken down, ripped up and stuffed down your scrawny throat till you bloody choke - D.C.I Gene Hunt



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 04:52 AM
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I'm from Reading and here is what someone who knew him said on our local papers website:

Sean does have problems, including tourettes, aspergers and alcohol dependence. He had been doing much better recently, having cut back on drinking a lot. His facebook status a couple of weeks ago was that instead of spending money on drinking, he donated it to cancer research.

I know what he did was wrong, but I think he should have been given a conditional caution and been forced to apologise to the families involved. Then put on an intense residential psychiatric course. He belongs in Prospect Park, not in prison.

It's yet another example of people ridiculing and/or ignoring mental health issues. This man, who I have known for years, obviously needed help and didn't get it. He was trying so hard to get help. He even did volunteer work for the Green Party. He wasn't an "alcoholic loner" as most of the papers seem to have portrayed him as. He tried so hard to fit in with other people, even though he had no social skills. Although not a close friend, he always gave me a hug, a grin and asked how I was doing. Would always ask politely if he could join in the conversation. He really is just completely clueless about what is socially acceptable. He should have definitely had a psychiatric evaluation before going in front of a court.

I only hope that lessons will be learned from this and that he will get treatment while he is inside, not just get ignored again.

mooosy
14/09/2011 at 12:58

www.getreading.co.uk...

Maybe he really does need help and jail wasn't the answer this time.
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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 04:57 AM
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Hes already been given a caution and didnt stop. Hes a repeat offender so the 2 options for me would be to ban him from computers permanently or send him to prison.

He would have probably preferred the latter if he had a choice.

Alcohol is no excuse, neither is Apsergers which is know a knee jerk defence for everyone who gets arrested for doing something online.





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