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    Trans-Folks Can Mock God and Normal People, but You Let Someone Speak Against Their Ungodly Lifestyle and You May Be Arrested

    Updated: September 10, 2019 at 3:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    Evil behavior includes sin committed against other people (murder, theft, adultery) and evil committed against God (Transgender) (unbelief, idolatry, blasphemy).

    Kate Scottow, 38, will face magistrates charged with malicious communications She made comments online about trans campaigner Stephanie Hayden  Three officers arrested Mrs. Scottow at her home in Hertfordshire last year Earlier this year, Boris Johnson criticized the waste of police time on the case 

    Kate Scottow, 38, has been charged after she referred to a transgender woman as a man

    Kate Scottow, 38, has been charged after she referred to a transgender woman as a man

    Police have charged a mother with trolling after she referred to a transgender woman as a man.

    When Kate Scottow was arrested in December, Boris Johnson criticized the move as an ‘abuse of manpower and police facilities’.

    But now Mrs. Scottow, 38, will face magistrates on charges of making malicious communications over social media comments about trans campaigner Stephanie Hayden.

    The Crown Prosecution Service said she had been charged over ‘persistent’ messages designed to cause ‘annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety’ to another person between September 2018 and May 2019

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    Three officers arrested Mrs. Scottow at her home in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, in December last year as her then ten-year-old daughter and 20-month-old son looked on.

    She was taken to a police station where she says she was detained in a cell for up for seven hours before being questioned.

    After details of Mrs. Scottow’s case were revealed

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