Well, good to know authorities are hard at work ARRESTING people over tweets. Meanwhile their local TV stations air a shows like ‘The Jihadis Next Door’ …
What a silly place.
Finsbury Park attack: Man arrested over tweet https://t.co/gxyZ0csW9y
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) June 20, 2017
Via BBC News:
Darren Osborne, 47, from Cardiff, is being held on suspicion of the commission, preparation and instigation of terrorism, attempted murder and murder following the incident at Finsbury Park.
The UK. Man arrested for a tweet. George Orwell’s writings come to life. https://t.co/MVCtLBqDBm
— Ian McKelvey (@ian_mckelvey) June 20, 2017
Reminds us of how multiple accounts have called for Katie Hopkins’ arrest in the past for supposedly tweeting ‘mean things’ about terrorists.
And speaking of Hopkins:
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) June 20, 2017
man arrested for voicing illegal thoughts
— Shteve (@SteveBlogs1) June 20, 2017
Arrested for tweeting them at least, but basically the same thing.
Let’s burn some books you don’t like, then.
— John Burtner (@JohnBurtner) June 20, 2017
Sorta like trying to stop a play you disagree with, right?
Britain: You’re doing it wrong. pic.twitter.com/9P9TF1vwBe
— GAB American (@GuardAmerican) June 20, 2017
No wonder 1000’s of jihadis are walking around free, if this nonsense is what the police spend their time on.
— Pam Brewer (@brewer_pam) June 20, 2017
As long as they don’t tweet something mean they’re probably in the clear, fair point.
Arrest a man over a tweet, let nonces walk amounts us. Good work old bill
— Mark Hillman (@hillmania) June 20, 2017
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