Deyka Ayan Hassan, 21, meant the comment to be a jokey criticism of the design of the t-shirt worn by supporters of the forces charity
She was arrested at home after admitting to police she had tweeted ‘to be honest, if you wear a Help for Heroes t-shirt you deserve to be beheaded’
Ordered to do 250 hours of unpaid work by magistrates today, having admitted a charge of sending a malicious electronic message
By Anna Edwards
PUBLISHED: 20:59, 7 June 2013
A student who tweeted that people wearing Help for Heroes t-shirts ‘deserved to be beheaded’ after soldier Lee Rigby was killed was arrested after complaining to police about getting threatening replies, a court heard today.
Deyka Ayan Hassan, 21, contacted officers after receiving hundreds of vitriolic responses to the message on May 22, including threats…
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