UK: Police Threaten to Arrest People Who Meanpost About Fugitive’s Hairline on Social Media

Spartacus
Daily Stormer
August 13, 2019

We were warned about the coming dystopia for decades, but no one ever told us how hilarious it would be.

Newsweek:

Police in the U.K. have been forced to remind people that they could be prosecuted for posting offensive or abusive messages online after dozens of social media users mocked the hairstyle of a fugitive.

Gwent Police posted a mugshot of 21-year-old Jermaine Taylor onto Facebook as part of an appeal to help find him. Taylor is being recalled to prison after he breached his license conditions, which were imposed following his release from jail on December 10, 2018.

I don’t think going bald counts as a hairstyle.


The balding mongrel that Europe needs to survive

Or is that illegal too?

Following the release of the mugshot, a slew of trolls and other Facebook users ridiculed the suspect because of his hair.

“Who done his hair? Moses?” wrote Kelly Rebecca Thomas. “He was last seen in town; Police are combing the area,” added Lea Hook.

After the post went viral, Gwent Police posted an update to remind people that they risk prosecution if they take the jokes and memes too far.

“Please remember that harassing, threatening and abusing people on social media can be against the law,” the force wrote.

“Our advice is to be as careful on social media as you would in any other form of communication. If you say something about someone which is grossly offensive or is of an indecent, obscene or menacing character, then you could be investigated by the police.”

“You goyim have freedom, but only if you happythink and happypost.”

And the (((people))) running this Orwellian parody are telling us that Russia doesn’t have freedom because they don’t let faggots teach little children about buttsex.

“We’re really grateful to everyone who is assisting us in locating Jermaine Taylor, and we must admit a few of these comments have made us laugh,” a spokesperson said.

“However, when the line is crossed from being funny to abusive, we do have to make sure we are responsible and remind people to be careful about what they write on social media.

“Thankfully, in the 87,000 comments, this is a very small number and the majority are doing a great job helping us day to day.”

It’s a good thing that most goyim are good goyim.

Earlier this year, a North Carolina sheriff’s department had to ask people to stop mocking the deformity of a suspected drug dealer after his mugshot was posted online following his arrest.

Orlando Lopez, 43, of Palm Coast, Florida, is accused of a string of drug offenses, including trafficking in methamphetamine, trafficking in cocaine and possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, after he was arrested by Robeson County Sheriff’s Office on Interstate 95 on June 28.

“Even though this individual has been charged for committing a crime, he is still someone’s child/family member,” the department wrote on Facebook. “It is obvious that he has suffered some type of injury. Please refrain from making jokes/negative comments. Have a blessed day.”

Say what you will about the authorities in America, but they’re much better at pretending they have free speech than the countries in Europe.

Britain, tho, doesn’t even seem to care about pretending anymore.

Then again – is there even a Britain left?

Why is this thing allowed to vote?

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