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Arrested and Convicted for Tweeting in the UK!!!

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Carol Haynes:
(Too bad the Guardian doesn't know how to use quote properly...)
-Renegade (April 18, 2012, 05:47 AM)
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(It's also too bad that they don't know how to start a sentence, or how to use commas properly... But enough of picking away at the inability of the press to write fluently in their own language... That... is another rant...)
-Renegade (April 18, 2012, 05:47 AM)
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That's why the Guardian has the nickname the Grauniad !

To add to the dabate here is another Twitter Jail Sentence:
[Student jailed for racist Fabrice Muamba tweets]
-Carol Haynes (April 18, 2012, 04:17 AM)
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a couple of related articles since then on the Guardian

Student who abused Fabrice Muamba on Twitter 'should not have been jailed'
Thomas Hammarberg, the European commissioner for human rights, calls Liam Stacey's 56-day sentence excessive

Don't jail tweeters – that's not where the real racist problem lies
The criminal justice system is targeting racist individuals while endemic discrimination in Britain is allowed to prosper


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