'It sets a precedence for people to use violent behaviour and commit criminal damage, and use human rights as a defence.' Broadcaster Liz Kershaw reacts to judges ruling that the toppling of Edward Colston's statue in Bristol is not protected by human rights.

Sep 29, 2022 · 6:55 AM UTC · Twitter Media Studio

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The judges are correct
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An example should be made of the perpetrators to send a message to others who may consider engaging in such criminal behaviour in the future. Heavy fines and prison sentence for organisers.
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PrecedDENT. #malapropism
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Keeping up with the important issues of the day
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She knows nothing, that why you chose her?
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I'm concerned with Liz's delivery this morning. Is she having 'problems'
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Sack these woke judges the evidence us in camera guilty tough deterrent sentences must be given
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Why are we not surprised.
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No that's not it...the court said violence wouldn't be justified. The ppl in question are still innocent! As should be. So depends on the level of violence used