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ExtraTorrent.cc > Articles > The Britisher Sentenced to 4 Years for Facebook Page

The Britisher Sentenced to 4 Years for Facebook Page

The Britisher Sentenced to 4 Years for Facebook Page

Added: Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Ridiculous Criminal Trials
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extrattorrent.com
Riots in the United Kingdom are already marked by a number of high profile arrests. Undoubtedly, the country’s justice system is jam packed with riot cases, while there are thousands of arrests taking place throughout the UK. Today one of the sentences emerged where one man received 4 years jail time for creating a Facebook page allegedly used to incite some of the rioting.

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According to the media reports, 22-year-old Perry Sutcliffe-Keenan faced a 4 years jail sentence for his roll in the riots across the country. The man admitted to incite public disorder through setting up a Facebook page. The police pointed out that considering what was happening just a few days ago when the Internet was used to spread incitement, it would be very easy to realize the 4-year sentences handed down in court these days.

The police quickly recognized the impact of the situation on the public mood and understood that it was social media that was being used to incite behavior striking fear in to the UK citizens. That’s why the authorities quickly adopted a robust policing approach with the help of the data coming into the organization to move against any individual whose behavior encouraged riots. In particular, the police took swift action against individuals who have been using different social networks like Facebook to incite disorder.

Actually, it was easy for the police to catch these individuals, because some of them went as far as to publish pictures of themselves rioting on their personal Facebook pages. The others were associating themselves with the disorders on their Facebook accounts. This doesn’t differ from broking in to a shop, stealing a mobile and leaving behind a business card with the robber’s name and address on it.

As you can understand, they were not the smartest rioters. Of course, posting the crimes on a personal Facebook account having the person’s real name and address can’t be considered very smart, particularly when the police are hungry for an arrest. Perhaps, after these arrests some of the rioters will start using fake names on different websites in order to incite riots in the future. However, it matters when they will start doing that rather then how they would do that. After the rest of the criminals see the arrests in question, a part of them will undoubtedly switch to better means of conveying their messages, which would make the police work much more difficult.



By:
SaM
August 23rd,2011

Posted by: 
SaM

Date:  Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011



Comments (22) (please add your comment »)

1
posted by Blocked (2011-08-23 18:13:44)
danny226 avatarim soo glad i didn't go down to manchester, i only live 10 mins from the city centre, and my friend knocked on to ask if i was going "shopping" lol

they deserve what they get, for what they got and done to the lovley manchester city town centre, although it was hilarious to see them break into cash gen on youtube

thanks for the info sam, as informative as ever

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posted by ET loverSuperman (2011-08-23 19:00:23)
tonymengela avatarMy only problem is with the first part. Getting jail for inciting a riot on FB, How exactly did he do this? was he physically present and started breaking shit up,,,or did he just tell people to go do it? huge difference,, one is freedom of speech, the other is actual crime. Its like the old saying if I tell you to stick your head in a hot oven,, are you going to do it? the choice is yours and no one is forcing you

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posted by (2011-08-23 19:48:40)
No avatar@2 I disagree completely. Look at the terror in Norway. A mentally disturbed individual carries out an act of terror, because some blogger sits at home writing racist comments on available fora. Who was to blame? The blogger or the disturbed individual. I bet this "Britisher" guy, didn't think about the damage his bright idea could cause, when people with no logic reads blogs, tweets and facebook comments.

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posted by (2011-08-23 21:05:59)
No avatar@ 3, come on!! everyone has a brain? and everyone knows right from wrong? right?! if i told you to jump of a bridge would you do it? obviously not, because its stupid!! how can you compare the norway shooter to people rioting & looting... you carnt!! everyone has a opinion, you dont have to agree with what they say, so you dont have to follow what they say, thats your own moral choice, ... for example. your on extratorrent, a illegal (in most countrys) website supplying movies,music & all for free, now i would argue the point caring is sharing, & i think you would agree, but alot of the world dosent agree with this, but thats mine & hopefully your opinion.... should you be jailed for your opinion?

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posted by (2011-08-23 21:08:30)
No avatarFirst they will start by jailing people for their opinion through social networking, then they will start jailing people for what they are looking at, then before we know it, the internet will cease to exist, we are all responsible for our own actions

6
posted by ET lovermen (2011-08-23 21:25:20)
keith23uk avatarTrouble is every prisoner costs the tax payer £25k+ I think the best sentence would be for rioters/looters to clear up the mess they caused and if they dont want to do it be legally enforced to use battons and even tasers when necessary! Also they have to work to pay for the damage they have done doing the most nastiest of jobs!

"Britisher" what does that mean? Is he a British citizen from abroad or is he English, Scottish, Welsh etc?

7
posted by (2011-08-23 22:29:58)
zoril avatar@tonymengela
from the article "4 years jail time for creating a Facebook page allegedly used to incite some of the rioting"
so what i think happened
he created a page FB users used it to post what ever they want ,,he got blamed for being the owner
but who knows realy ..
THX for the info SAM ..

8
posted by (2011-08-23 22:37:19)
Darkan9el avatarInciting anyone to commit a crime is in itself a crime, less educated people lacking discernment and intelligent judgement will go along with crime, greedy people, care less people or hateful people will too. Its the masterminds the police want, the co-ordinators, the one's who stood and watched the chaos after "inciting" the stupid, the easily manipulated, the opportunistic criminals, the more educated with politically motivated bad choices, the rich kid rebelling against "the establishment"... the list could go on and on.

Whatever the motivation, all someone has to do is hype you up enough and boom, you step over the line and become a common criminal... their work is done, and they now go off and have a beer, you, are left with the consequences and ain't hindsight a wonderful thing, all of a sudden you think "what the f*ck I have just done" and you can either repent at her maj's leisure or bask in the deluded idea that it somehow gives your image kudos as a anarchic rioter, or as normal people would say "a Twat"

I think They should have to work in jail to earn their keep, why the f*ck should I or anyone else who lives within the law have to freaking pay for the board and lodgings, the food and the clothes on their back of offenders. Give them a taste of life, make them pay rent for the cell, buy the clothes they wear, and pay back for the damage they have caused out of their wages. Make them have to buy their meals, if they want to use a gym, pay a subscription like the rest of us. You wanna watch TV pay for a licence, getting the picture...

9
posted by ET lover (2011-08-24 00:10:16)
COMPRENDeDEFUNCT avatar@darkan9el , well put.

10
posted by (2011-08-24 05:27:44)
No avatarAccording to the media reports, 22-year-old Perry Sutcliffe-Keenan faced a 4 years jail sentence for his roll <---role?

11
posted by (2011-08-24 06:49:26)
Gaspode avatarFreedom is a wonderful thing...however, there's a small part of it those with the inability to out think a cheese sandwich seem to overlook and it's known as "The Freedom To Take The Consequences"

12
posted by (2011-08-24 08:01:02)
jibbajabba avatarShould have given him more.

13
posted by Turtle (2011-08-24 10:33:33)
D4T4 avatar@keith23uk #6, well said, I couldn't agree more. One other point, so how come the well known "Islamic Preachers of Hate" in the London mosques are still running free. It's well known that they are preaching and recruiting for terrorism? Is it because they have better legal representation?

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posted by Turtle (2011-08-24 15:54:19)
ivorbigun avatar@ D4T4: No, it's because the govt. are too scared to intervene for fear of being branded racist or anti muslim, thus creating even bigger problems or a backlash.

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posted by ET junkieET loverTurtle (2011-08-24 17:10:02)
fusseltier avatarever since they stopped allowing teachers to discipline the kids in UK schools, the worse and harder to control they became.
they also threaten to call child services if you punish them, so what can you do? the kids are out of control in the UK and its the governments fault for letting a few cry babies complaints about being cruel or mean to kids if you punish them and just let them run rampant now instead.

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posted by (2011-08-24 21:43:58)
skeletron avatar@ tonymengela

Charles Manson has spent life in prison for convincing people to go on a killing spree...nuff said...he didn't raise a finger and was imprisoned for the crimes of others...the dude is batshit crazy though!

17
posted by Site Friend (2011-08-25 06:18:21)
manofkent avatarposted by
fusseltier
ET loverTurtle (2011-08-24 17:10:02) Delete comment
fusseltier avatar ever since they stopped allowing teachers to discipline the kids in UK schools, the worse and harder to control they became.
they also threaten to call child services if you punish them, so what can you do? the kids are out of control in the UK and its the governments fault for letting a few cry babies complaints about being cruel or mean to kids if you punish them and just let them run rampant now instead.

I totally agree we are too soft nowadays !!

18
posted by Trial UploaderET junkiemenTurtle (2011-08-25 20:43:05)
bipin369 avatarif government think that sending a young man to jail for 4 years for a fb page is the solution to the problem they are wrong if government don't take care of their citizen then people will take law in there hands and do what they want and this is happening in many countries this days so GOVERNMENT should do work for there citizen and try to find out what problem are there citizen facing and try to help them and take care of there citizens ...that the only solution

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posted by (2011-08-25 22:50:57)
No avatarPerhaps he deserved 4 years perhaps he deserved 40 years....who knows and quite honestly who cares.....heres why (bear in mind these are just my thoughts and Ive taken on board everything written above )Police wanted to prosecute and wanted an answer and to give the people the feeling of some kind of justice has been done....Have they? who knows but I guess they feel better about it themselves.
Now for the interesting part...If you leave a loaded gun in the middle of town will it kill or injure someone if no-bodys touches it? Answer is no.
But if someone picks up the gun and fires it then the chances are pretty high yes?
So do you prosecute the person who used the gun or who placed the gun in town?
Now if there is a no firearms law in the town then perhaps there would be no gun or perhaps if the town governing body monitored what and who was in the town then perhaps there would be no gun.
My point being is this 22 year old used a facility provided to us all and used it for what he felt was right in his mind at the time and as as result now being sentenced.
What if Facebook adminstrators had a governing body that could over rule his page being created in the first place, perhaps the outcome of this aweful event my not have been so terrible.
If this 22 year old has so much influence on others then clearly they should sign him up for a product campaign such as Mac Donalds they would make a killing, this is my answer to if you incite someone, which is done everyday through marketing campaigns, papers TV internet and so on.....and yet some of us still dont eat Mac Donalds, some of us dont own a pair of Nike shoes and some of us dont wear make up and some of us didnt join this persons facebook page or partipate in the riots. So I guess he didnt incite everyone.

20
posted by (2011-08-26 13:36:22)
DEMONLORD avatarhow lame

21
posted by (2011-08-26 20:33:48)
sweatzy1971 avatari agree with 15. kids have more rights than the adults so what does the goverment expect you've created al this you sort it out .

22
posted by Blocked (2011-08-27 13:55:30)
No avatarPlease note that it was ackowledged by the authoriities, that however unwise, NO social unrest or rioting actually resulted from his Facebook post. He DID NOT take part in ANY rioting or looting.

In retrospect the sentence will be cut to a low or mid-range community sentence on appeal. Even the IDIOTS in authority will recognise that even if he served 2 years he'd come out a blooming great hero and martyr across the country.

4 years for using his right to free speech, however much you disagree with him? I think the EU will accept an appeal from him if necessary under EU human rights legislation.

I also think the UN will complain to David Cameron directly on this one.

Even spending 1 hour under remand for using his right to speak freely is totally abhorrent, or are we heading back to Nazi SS gestapo tactics as a country?

Personally I hope he gets compensation of several million pounds for WRONGFUL arrest and imprisonment.



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