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Woolwich attack: Student sentenced for 'joke' tweet Drummer Lee Rigby was wearing a Help for Heroes T-shirt when he was killed Continue reading the m

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A student who said on Twitter that people wearing Help for Heroes T-shirts "deserved to be beheaded" was arrested after complaining to police about threatening replies, a court has heard.

Deyka Ayan Hassan, from Harrow, sent the tweet in the aftermath of Drummer Lee Rigby's death in Woolwich, south-east London.

The 21-year-old student admitted sending a malicious electronic message.

She was ordered to complete 250 hours of unpaid work by Hendon magistrates.

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Nice title

lol a can't edit it

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not topic worthy and we got a news thread anyway

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becareful wot you say on the interwebs

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Disgraceful that it was a crime anyway.

 

fuck this place

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fam I know there are certain ways you can think put do not post them, we are seeing what they are doing to people

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Disgraceful that it was a crime anyway.

 

f*ck this place

 

youre next

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Thats right. Freedom of speech taken away from us. Right or wrong what he said.

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Stupid child what a disgrace

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