This young girl found guilty of terrorism Charges!

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Utterly fucking ridiculous. A peaceful act of civil disobedience potentially resulting in life in prison and yet we let paedophiles off with suspended sentences
 

mozzchops

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That's using a law for the wrong purpose. Which in effect causes the general public to think the police and justice are above the law and creates the apathy we have. Disgusting. Although she should be brought to justice for her act, it should be a minimal sentence.
 

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paddysr;n3410653 said:
Utterly fucking ridiculous. A peaceful act of civil disobedience potentially resulting in life in prison and yet we let paedophiles off with suspended sentences
and drink drive killers, and rape gangs, and hate preachers............................
 

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So I was reading an article yesterday about a guy that had been to prison for possession of child porn. 9 years later he was caught with horse and dog porn. He wasn't sent to prison this time because the judge said the custodial term they could issue would not be long enough...I shit you not.
 

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pnematic;n3410682 said:
How has a peaceful protest stopped an aircraft taking off ? What did they do ? Genuine question.
chained themselves to a plane so it couldnt take off.
 

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pnematic;n3410682 said:
How has a peaceful protest stopped an aircraft taking off ? What did they do ? Genuine question.
I'm guessing stood in front of it
 

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She broke the law. People can’t go chaining themselves to aircrafts no matter what the cause. It seems quite obvious she is guilty of “intentional disruption of services at an aerodrome” so was correctly charged and found guilty. The sentencing is another matter but I will bet anyone a pound to a penny she will not get life imprisonment. Hysterical reporting. If she does, I will join the outrage.
 

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Keep your hair on.

What's happened here? If it's as portrayed on here - a peaceful protest where she chained herself to a plane - she's not going to be getting life, is she? !!
 

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chorleythehord;n3410691 said:
She broke the law. People can’t go chaining themselves to aircrafts no matter what the cause. It seems quite obvious she is guilty of “intentional disruption of services at an aerodrome” so was correctly charged and found guilty. The sentencing is another matter but I will bet anyone a pound to a penny she will not get life imprisonment. Hysterical reporting. If she does, I will join the outrage.


Remember the guy in Tiananmen Square ? Maybe there are times when people should do things that they feel are the right things to do, legal or not...... It's sometimes the only way to change tyranny.
 

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chorleythehord;n3410691 said:
She broke the law. People can’t go chaining themselves to aircrafts no matter what the cause. It seems quite obvious she is guilty of “intentional disruption of services at an aerodrome” so was correctly charged and found guilty. The sentencing is another matter but I will bet anyone a pound to a penny she will not get life imprisonment. Hysterical reporting. If she does, I will join the outrage.
It's as much the law they were charged with, for me, Chorls. I could understand charges for breaching the peace, trespass, or any other laws that have been used for such cases in the past.

I am always very uneasy about the use of anti-terror laws for such cases - there have been too many worrying precedents in the past.
 

pnematic

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Given the amount of tension and armed security around airports these days they are lucky they weren’t shot at.
 

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TSR2;n3410692 said:
Excellent source (Russia Today)

That is a completely different flight and also note how it says "alleged" in this country one is considered innocent until proven guilty.

even if that instance were true and he was a rapist does that mean that the passengers on the flight this thread refers too were rapists?
 

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chorleythehord;n3410691 said:
She broke the law. People can’t go chaining themselves to aircrafts no matter what the cause. It seems quite obvious she is guilty of “intentional disruption of services at an aerodrome” so was correctly charged and found guilty. The sentencing is another matter but I will bet anyone a pound to a penny she will not get life imprisonment. Hysterical reporting. If she does, I will join the outrage.
Their intervention, albeit illegal, led to the guy being found to be here legally.

Standing outside with placards protesting his innocence would have seen him deported.

Im sorry with this shitstorm of a Tory govt that just makes its own laws and rules as it goes along I feel this is the tip of the iceberg.
 

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raefil;n3410705 said:
Their intervention, albeit illegal, led to the guy being found to be here legally.

Standing outside with placards protesting his innocence would have seen him deported.

Im sorry with this shitstorm of a Tory govt that just makes its own laws and rules as it goes along I feel this is the tip of the iceberg.
Maybe I've changed my mind. If she's embarrassed the government, she might get life after all :p
 

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paddysr;n3410702 said:
Excellent source (Russia Today)

That is a completely different flight and also note how it says "alleged" in this country one is considered innocent until proven guilty.

even if that instance were true and he was a rapist does that mean that the passengers on the flight this thread refers too were rapists?
He gets his news from the BBC
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