Careful what you write - Girls Aloud in murder blog case!!

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  1. From the Beeb -

    "Girls Aloud in 'murder' blog case

    The prosecution is being brought under obscenity laws
    A civil servant is being prosecuted over an internet blog which detailed the kidnap, torture and murder of the pop group Girls Aloud.

    Darryn Walker, 35, of South Shields, South Tyneside, is accused of writing and posting the 12-page "Girls (Scream) Aloud" story on a fantasy porn site.

    He was arrested by Scotland Yard officers earlier this year and charged under the Obscene Publications Act.

    He is next due to appear at Newcastle Crown Court on 22 October.

    The blog was brought to the attention of police by the Internet Watch Foundation - an organisation for the public and IT professionals which polices potentially obscene material.

    The test is whether the material is likely to deprave or corrupt those reading or viewing it

    Scotland Yard spokeswoman

    A Scotland Yard spokeswoman said it was unusual to see a prosecution brought under obscenity laws which did not involve pornographic images in magazines or DVDs.

    She said: "The vast majority of prosecutions brought under the Obscene Publications Act have related to images; be they photographs, be they computer-generated images, or videos.

    "It is very unusual to be prosecuted for a case involving the written word.

    "The test is whether the material is likely to deprave or corrupt those reading or viewing it."

    Mr Walker was arrested at his home on Mowbray Road, South Shields, by officers from the Obscene Publications Unit on 27 February.

    He is alleged to have written the article, which describes the rape, mutilation and killing of the group, either on or before 7 August last year.

    A Crown Prosecution Service spokesman said Mr Walker appeared before South Tyneside Magistrates on 10 July charged with the publication of an obscene article.

    He entered no plea and was granted unconditional bail, the spokesman said. "

    I particularly like the phase... 'The test is whether the material is likely to deprave or corrupt those reading or viewing it'

    Some round here are well fcuked then, innit!
  2. Perhaps if it had just been about the ginger one he may have got away with it and even have been praised from removing the sour faced miserable cow from the face of society......OOOps did I say that out loud?????
  3. Doubleplusungood.
  4. I've been google searching that, and can't find it anywhere, sounds much like an ARRSE Naafi post to me...
  5. It was in the Daily Mail today so it must be true.

    Remember to only think Government approved thoughts, fellas...

  6. You would give her one though, wouldn't you.
    You know you would, admit it.

    I wwould :D
  8. If twats would stop writing about it in the papers then maybe I'd have a chance of finding it on google.
  9. Not sure this should be in the NAAFI bar, sounds like a case now of policing peoples thoughtcrimes and fantasies. Christ, has anyone here read some of the stories posted on'ahem' adult interest sites?
  10. Look and you can find:

  11. ARRSE nevr fails me in my search for the most putrid recesses of the internet! Nice one!
  12. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    Indeed. 'scuse the vernacular chaps, but ARRSE is buggered.

    Edited to add: Just read a bit of that - lummy, the guy is nothing if not original! I mean, reallly, who HASN'T seen Texas Chainsaw Massacre then, or Silence of the Lambs - oh yeah, shown on national telly too.
  13. He'd be hard pushed to deprave some of our noble members, God bless them.
  14. Good read, bloke should write romantic crime thrillers, oh and...
  15. Who hasn't dreamt of kidnapping the wailing chavette skanks and dumping their heavily soiled remains in a variety of canals? It's a public service, after all.

    Duty and pleasure going hand in hand. Who says good things don't happen to good people?