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August 10, 2023
Police overwhelm autistic teen girl, arrest her for telling cop, "you look like my nana, who's a lesbian"
Mark the date. We have the worst example of UK police arresting someone for a "hate crime" yet. An autistic teen was dragged out of her home for -- in her own home -- telling a cop she looked like her nana... who was a lesbian.
I should say ALLEGEDLY, according to a now-viral video from the teen's mom. "This is what police do when dealing with autistic children. My daughter told me the police officer looked like her nana, who is a lesbian."
The cop -- who you'll see in the video a) did, and b) looked like an angry and bitter one -- accused the girl of being homophobic. Saying mean words is illegal in the UK. So it took an entire TEAM of cops to drag the teenage autistic girl out of the closet she was hiding in (that wasn't a pun) and out of the house.
The mother tried pleading with the police. Yet the -- officer with short, Meghan Rapinoe-looking hair -- said "I don't care. She's being arrested."
"You're going to remove her for what, she said the word lesbian? Her nana is a lesbian, she's married to a woman. She's not homophobic."
Oh, and the sixteen-year-old autistic girl also suffers from scoliosis. It took a team of cops to drag her out of the house. And the one RBF-looking cop with short hair to watch.
The Daily Mail reports the reason police were at the house was because a relative had called to say the teen was intoxicated in the city center. A statement from West Yorkshire Police says: "'We are aware of a video circulating on social media which, as is often the case, only provides a very limited snapshot of the circumstances of this incident. Officers had their body-worn video cameras activated during their wider involvement with this young girl which provides additional context to their actions. We have received a complaint in relation to this incident which is currently being assessed by West Yorkshire Professional Standards Directorate."
Please allow that this video is not exactly what this video looks like. It is difficult to do so because we've seen this out of the UK before. More people get arrested in the UK for "hate speech" than in Russia.
In 2022, a man was arrested for a social media post that, quote, "caused someone anxiety." Seriously. That was the excuse he was given.
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