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Re: Times article on social media

Post by Brian Griffin on Thu Oct 02, 2014 1:10 pm

Reminds me of a Corporal Jones gag off 'Dad's Army'!

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Post by Brian Griffin on Thu Oct 02, 2014 1:31 pm

'Troll' is the new 'racist'. It used to be (and maybe still is) that anyone who mentioned immigration was immediately and more to the point, dishonestly labelled a 'racist' and intimidated by it. It looks like 'troll' is now being used for anyone who questions anything about the McCann case.

These new articles and attacks on haters (and I do not condone those who threaten the McCanns here) seem to be a kind of revenge to make up for the lack of success and desired effect of the S&S book.

All in my opinion.

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Post by Tangled Web on Thu Oct 02, 2014 1:46 pm

Nice to know the police have been reading the forums winkwink

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"Victims of abuse" ..

Post by Searcher on Thu Oct 02, 2014 1:48 pm

If it becomes a 'crime' (or just simply, crime) to ask questions, then the free speech of our country changes for ever.  I do not believe that will happen, but something to watch !titter

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Post by Brian Griffin on Thu Oct 02, 2014 3:19 pm

Just seen the Sky News report. Oh the irony!




Had 'Sweepyface' not been caught unawares, she might have been able to come out with all sorts of awkward questions for the reporter and cameramen hounding her.




Not condoning attacks on the McCanns here but some interesting double standards at play. Compare:




Q: How long must the McCanns suffer? A: For the rest of their miserable lives @sweepyface

Kate McCann about Goncalo Amaral: 'He deserves to be miserable and feel fear.'



One is 'right' and one is 'wrong', but they both appear to express pretty much the same sentiment to me.





In my opinion, (that I am not allowed to have because it makes me a 'troll').

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Post by Jamming on Thu Oct 02, 2014 5:00 pm

How can anyone be labelled a 'Hater' or a 'Troll' for disbelieving the stories pedalled by TM ?

Given there have been numerous different versions of events and conflicting stories by them it is 100% impossible to believe them


I wonder if a daily visit to operation grange armed with such material as Richard Halls DVD's would generate as much publicity as this nonsense has ?
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Post by SixMillionQuid on Thu Oct 02, 2014 6:15 pm

Nobody is anonymous on Twitter. And seven years sitting in front of a laptop copying Tweets!?? Who ever did that has no life...what was it that Micheal Wright said during the Leveson enquiry about watching Internet forums? Beginning to make sense now.

But here's a problem for the Twitter compiler. You are not the 'victim' of the tweets. How can you raise a complaint on behalf of the victim if the victim has not already complained to the police?

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