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    I've been thinking about whether to post this but since this has not been posted I though I might as well.

    Today on the 16/06/2016 a British MP, Jo Cox was killed in the street in her constituency and it has really shocked and saddened me greatly. I didn't personally know this MP but it's still really sad and shocking especially as she has got a husband and young family (two children of 3 & 5). I'm getting a bit upset because she was doing her job serving her constituents and from what I have read seemed to have been a very good politician and it upsets me because her children will not grow up knowing there mum.

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/...west-yorkshire

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-36550304

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    I read about this this morning and was very sad to see it. We get a lot more murder than you do but that doesn't make it any less awful when it happens. That this may have been a politically motivated assassination makes it even more appalling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cp88 View Post
    I've been thinking about whether to post this but since this has not been posted I though I might as well.

    Today on the 16/06/2016 a British MP, Jo Cox was killed in the street in her constituency and it has really shocked and saddened me greatly. I didn't personally know this MP but it's still really sad and shocking especially as she has got a husband and young family (two children of 3 & 5). I'm getting a bit upset because she was doing her job serving her constituents and from what I have read seemed to have been a very good politician and it upsets me because her children will not grow up knowing there mum.

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/...west-yorkshire

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-36550304
    Hmm?
    I hate to be cruel...
    But, the little Fascist who gunned her down needs to be the guest of honor at a public "Hemp Necktie Party".
    But, he needs to be prosecuted, the civilized British way...


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    Quote Originally Posted by caitianx View Post
    Hmm?
    I hate to be cruel...
    But, the little Fascist who gunned her down needs to be the guest of honor at a public "Hemp Necktie Party".
    But, he needs to be prosecuted, the civilized British way...

    By "Hemp Necktie Party" do you mean a trip to the gallows to have a meeting with Mr Pierrepoint

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Pierrepoint


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    Quote Originally Posted by cp88 View Post
    By "Hemp Necktie Party" do you mean a trip to the gallows to have a meeting with Mr Pierrepoint

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Pierrepoint


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    So tragic. The killer was shot and stabbed by a killer screaming "Britain first." Cox had spoken out against the racism and fascism of Britain First, an anti-Islamic right-wing group. Cox believed that the area she represented was 'deeply enhanced by immigration.'

    I heard about it here in Canada when Nathan Cullen, a friend of Jo Cox, rose in our House of Commons to pay tribute to her. Such a loss.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-a7086881.html

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    It was in the news this morning that the perpetrator has links to the British Neo-Nazi Movement.

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    There's talk about him being charged under terrorism laws. But the killerallegedly also has Mental Health issues

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    Yes, the old worn-out "Insanity Defense" excuse...

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    Even if they use it as defence he will be locked up in a high security psychiatric hospital instead of being at Her Majesty's Pleasure https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/At_H...y%27s_pleasure


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