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Toump Ass

The Big Deal
Jun 14, 2015
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Post please
Yes because there's absolutely nothing that can possibly go wrong by widely spreading photographs and information about someone who may or may not be the perpetrator on a public Internet forum.

I think the nappies line came from the interview on Sunrise. I heard the tip was that someone bought bulk colouring-in books at the local news agency.
 

Toump Ass

The Big Deal
Jun 14, 2015
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In a house with a sausage dog Trevor
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Found 7 minutes from the family home, 2 minutes away from a police station with the help ScoMo-approved AFP secret technology beamed from the future and it only took three weeks (and a tip-off from the public)

I'm standing by my original assertion that WAPol are useless.
 

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Kurve

Moderator
Dec 27, 2016
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36,682
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Yes because there's absolutely nothing that can possibly go wrong by widely spreading photographs and information about someone who may or may not be the perpetrator on a public Internet forum.

I think the nappies line came from the interview on Sunrise. I heard the tip was that someone bought bulk colouring-in books at the local news agency.
Most kids 4yo and at preschool don't need nappies, so ...
 

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owen87

Brownlow Medallist
Apr 23, 2016
16,971
21,508
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Essendon
I know it won't be popular but something surely needs to be done re comments on social media. It's getting way out of hand. I'd have screenshot everything and be taking people to court over sh*t that's been written.
Social media is pretty toxic at the best of times. There'd be plenty of examples where someone shares a name with someone accused of something that's copped absolutely horrible treatment even though they're the wrong person I'm sure.
 

Redacted

All Australian
Sep 16, 2019
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AFL Club
West Coast
Yes because there's absolutely nothing that can possibly go wrong by widely spreading photographs and information about someone who may or may not be the perpetrator on a public Internet forum.

I think the nappies line came from the interview on Sunrise. I heard the tip was that someone bought bulk colouring-in books at the local news agency.
Or, the gypsy tarot readers colouring in books post.

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deanc

Premiership Player
Jun 13, 2014
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Waverley
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Hawthorn
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I know it won't be popular but something surely needs to be done re comments on social media. It's getting way out of hand. I'd have screenshot everything and be taking people to court over sh*t that's been written.
While I totally support there should be legal recourse available, the reality is, while you may be able to identify these morons, you then need to prove what they posted was a 'statement of fact', not/not 'opinion' - ala 90% of 'all MSM'...!
 

RobbieGray17

Brownlow Medallist
Sep 19, 2007
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6,840
adelaide
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While I totally support there should be legal recourse available, the reality is, while you may be able to identify these morons, you then need to prove what they posted was a 'statement of fact', not/not 'opinion' - ala 90% of 'all MSM'...!
Someone needs to start a website, if not already done and shame these morons.
 

2006_Eagles

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Sep 6, 2015
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Social media is pretty toxic at the best of times. There'd be plenty of examples where someone shares a name with someone accused of something that's copped absolutely horrible treatment even though they're the wrong person I'm sure.
That's why they don't publish sex offender lists, as you would already know
 

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