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Kent: No further action to be taken over former youth crime commissioner’s anti-gay tweets

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  1. That There Other David 22 Apr 2013, 12:48pm

    Good. She made those comments when she was 14 FFS. If we start prosecuting people for spouting shyte when they were a loudmouth 14 year old the courts would have to start working 24/7.

    Put it rest and let the girl get on with her life.

  2. It’s disgraceful that any police time was wasted on this at all. She was 14 when she said something daft and in response to a non-story whipped up by a tabloid rag that disapproved of her job, her looks, her socio-economic background and undoubtedly her gender, the police spent tax payers’ money participating in a witch hunt against a child. We are all diminished by this.

  3. It’s really come about because of the stupidity of paying for a youth advisor. It was never a real job. It was a ticking of a box!

  4. Suddenly Last Bummer 24 Apr 2013, 7:55pm

    Fatty boom boom lives to fight another day. TBH she was a chav given a tokenist role.

  5. ..this whole thing has annoyed me because for one, what on earth is the point of having such a young inexperience person being allowed to represent the youth of London when she obviously is quite rightly a thick ignorant c***t! A commissioner on youth problems? How stupid.
    Her outbursts/comments made her a very unreliable and trustworthy idiot but I am shocked to think that so-called adults were even going to elect her in the first place!!!!!

  6. Childhood ignorance is one thing, tabloids biggng it up is another. Waste of time and money…..

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