Ex-cop sues cops over ‘hate speech’

Nov 19, 2019 by

by Tim Dieppe, Christian Concern:

Tim Dieppe comments on ­­the case of Harry Miller, who is suing the police over their policy on ‘hate speech’.

Former police officer, Harry Miller lives in Lincoln and is a director of a business that employs some 70 people. One day in January he received a call from his office saying that the police had turned up there and wanted to speak to him. He called the police and spoke to PC Mansoor Gull who told him that an anonymous person had reported him for hate speech. The caller had found the company he is a director of and reported that his workplace would not be a safe place for trans people.

PC Gull said that he was in possession of 30 offensive tweets by Harry Miller. Miller asked if he had committed a crime. PC Gull said no. Miller then asked if any of the tweets came close to being a crime. PC Gull then read what he called a ‘limerick’ which Miller had re-tweeted. Miller did not even write the poem which asserts that transgender women are really men and that trans surgery is artificial. Miller then asked why PC Gull was wasting his time on a non-crime, to which PC Gull replied: “It’s not a crime, but it will be recorded as a hate incident.”

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