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BLOW-BACK: MUSLIM STUDENT WHO TWEETED THAT ANYONE WITH SHIRT LEE RIGBY WAS WEARING DESERVES BEHEADING GETS SENTENCED……..

 

Not free speech when you incite others to violence.

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Student who tweeted that people wearing Help for Heroes shirt ‘deserve to be beheaded’ sentenced to community service over vile jibe

  • Deyka Ayan Hassan, 21, meant the comment to be a jokey criticism of the design of the t-shirt worn by supporters of the forces charity
  • She was arrested at home after admitting to police she had tweeted ‘to be honest, if you wear a Help for Heroes t-shirt you deserve to be beheaded’
  • Ordered to do 250 hours of unpaid work by magistrates today, having admitted a charge of sending a malicious electronic message

By ANNA EDWARDS

PUBLISHED: 19:59 GMT, 7 June 2013 | UPDATED: 20:23 GMT, 7 June 2013

Deyka Ayan Hassan said she was ‘disgusted’ with herself after her vile comment

A student who tweeted that people wearing Help for Heroes t-shirts ‘deserved to be beheaded’ after soldier Lee Rigby was killed was arrested after complaining to police about getting threatening replies, a court heard today.

Deyka Ayan Hassan, 21, contacted officers after receiving hundreds of vitriolic responses to the message on May 22, including threats to rape her and kill her by burning down her home, Hendon Magistrates’ Court heard.

But she was herself later arrested at home after admitting to police she had tweeted ‘to be honest, if you wear a Help for Heroes t-shirt you deserve to be beheaded’ as a ‘joke’ about the design of the item of clothing.

The English and politics undergraduate at Kingston University, who lives in Harrow, north west London, was ordered to do 250 hours of unpaid work by magistrates today, having admitted a charge of sending a malicious electronic message at an earlier hearing.

Chairman of the bench Nigel Orton told her she could have been jailed for what she did but that magistrates accepted she hadn’t known it was a soldier who had been killed when she posted it.

‘The tragic events in Woolwich that day have created a context which made this tweet appear extreme,’ he said.

‘It had a huge impact and clearly caused offence and distress. We accept you didn’t intend to cause harm and you felt it was a joke.

Hassan, who was escorted to court with relatives and friends, meant her comment to be a jokey criticism of the design of the t-shirt worn by supporters of the forces charity, magistrates heard.

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