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August 12, 2023
Police issue statement re: autistic teen who was dragged out of her house for saying a cop looked like a "lesbian"
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Police have concluded their investigation into dragging an autistic teen out of her home and arresting her for saying to a short-haired, Meghan Rapinoe-looking cop with a severe case of RBF, "You look like my nana, who is a lesbian." Good news! The teen will NOT be charged for saying words in her own home. God save the King.
If you missed the story on Thursday, there are two key things you need to know. The first is that when the department dropped the statement on X, it included the following:
The other is the source material. Please note the mother had deleted her original video and reuploaded it, because too many people were fighting in the comment section. That means there were people arguing on THE MOTHER'S SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNT that these actions were justified:
The statement reads that the 16-year-old girl was arrested on suspicion of a homophobic public order offense. What they left out is the reason the police were at the house was that they got a report from a relative that the girl was drunk in public. They didn't charge the girl with that. They dragged her out of the house and arrested her because while "investigating" that incident, she said something to a cop and the cop wouldn't calm down.
West Yorkshire Police has now reviewed the evidence and made the decision to take no further action. This concludes the criminal investigation and immediately releases the girl from her bail. Her family has been updated. West Yorkshire Police’s Professional Standards Directorate is continuing to carry out a review of the circumstances after receiving a complaint in relation to the incident.
The review of the circumstances should be easy:
1) the UK does not have free speech, and has less free speech than Russia,
2a) a lesbian cop was in a bad mood that day, possibly on the day of the month, or...
2b) a lesbian cop is still in the closet and lashed out at the autistic teen, or...
2c) a straight cop is a homophobic bigot and freaked out when a teen said she looked gay.
Assistant Chief Constable Oz Khan goes on to say (emphasis mine):
“We recognise [editor's note: they spell things silly over there] the significant level of public concern that this incident has generated, and we have moved swiftly to fully review the evidence in the criminal investigation which has led to the decision to take no further action. Without pre-empting the outcome of the ongoing review of the circumstances by our Professional Standards Directorate, we would like to reassure people that we will take on board any lessons to be learned from this incident."
No, you won't.
This is the UK. This is how it is. All of Europe, if we're being honest. But specifically in the UK, it's not the first time we've seen a ludicrous arrest. In 2022, a man was arrested for a social media post that, quote, "caused someone anxiety." That was the excuse he was given.
Dragging an autistic teenager out of her house for saying words in that house is only the most extreme. So far. There are still four and a half months to go this year.
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