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10-year-old British schoolboy was summoned for questioning by the police due to confusion in the words of the "anti-terrorist" questionnaire

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British police summoned a ten-year-old student from a school for questioning due to the fact that he wrote in a school questionnaire about living in a “terrorist house”. It should be noted that British schoolchildren are systematically invited to fill out questionnaires for their awareness of the activities of extremist groups in order to prevent students from falling into the sphere of influence of terrorist cells.


During the interrogation of a boy from a Muslim family living in Britain, the police, as reported RIA News, found out that the boy is not familiar with English and confused terms. According to the police, he wanted to write in the questionnaire that he lived in a house with a terrace ("terraced house"), but instead of "terraced" there was "terrorist". Was this a “Freudian” clause, or was the boy really new to written English, the British police continued to find out.

10-year-old British schoolboy was summoned for questioning by the police due to confusion in the words of the "anti-terrorist" questionnaire


The police inspected the residence of the 10-year-old student, examined the contents of the hard drives of home computers. According to the latest data, the police did not find any hints of involvement in the terrorist underground of a Muslim family from the county of Lancashire.

Relatives of the boy declare that now he is afraid of any written work. At the same time, human rights activists have already accused school teachers that they sometimes put too much pressure on students in order to obtain information about their life and family, even if such work was initiated by the police.
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  1. Primus pilus
    Primus pilus 20 January 2016 13: 19
    +4
    Scotland Yard was really scared.
    1. maxiban
      maxiban 20 January 2016 13: 23
      12
      Here they are double standards. Propaganda and recruitment into the ranks of Daesh there flourishes, and children are dragged for interrogation.
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 20 January 2016 13: 29
        +5
        Quote: maxiban
        ... children are dragged to interrogations

        Yeah, pleased with the operational methods of the British police. Do they really think that questioning schoolchildren can reveal a terrorist underground? Then I’m calm for Small Britain - limes with such professionals will not be lost.
        1. your1970
          your1970 20 January 2016 17: 56
          +2
          Behind our fences, on which a lot of things are written, they would have been looking for what is written there for a long time ....
          In general, I like it.
          How was it that the Angles used to have - "My house is my fortress" ?? And if the kid wrote that a terrorist was sitting under his mother's skirt, they would have checked there too? And then somehow sluggishly inspected the house, hard drives - and that's it ....
          1. crazyrom
            crazyrom 22 January 2016 05: 17
            0
            Fucking T9!
    2. Major Yurik
      Major Yurik 20 January 2016 13: 25
      +7
      Great Goodwin, this is my friend Scary Moody, oh, sorry Sorry Scared!

      Saxons are still wanted persons, let the boy rejoice that they didn’t drag polonium to him, they will be removed! fool
      1. Vend
        Vend 20 January 2016 13: 31
        15
        The British learn Arabic so that refugees do not have difficulties in English laughing
        1. BARKHAN
          BARKHAN 20 January 2016 18: 00
          +4
          Are there Arabs there? These are the new British!
        2. BARKHAN
          BARKHAN 20 January 2016 18: 01
          +1
          New Lords and Sirs ...
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  3. Mainbeam
    Mainbeam 20 January 2016 13: 20
    +8
    At the same time, human rights activists have already accused school teachers of the fact that sometimes they put too high a pressure on students in order to obtain information about their life and family

    The reverse side of tolerance is universal access to personal life.

    I was once told that in Germany there are no curtains on the windows. Everyone stares at your personal life. There, even the neighbors sued the dude who walked naked in his own house - such as, corrupts, prankster. But if you hang the curtains - it means that you are hiding something. And this is an occasion to call the police. It's fun to live in Europe. And every year everything is funnier.
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    1. Averias
      Averias 20 January 2016 13: 26
      +5
      Quote: MainBeam
      I was once told that in Germany there are no curtains on the windows.

      So this is not only in Germany and in Serbia, in Switzerland .... and so on. At first, he himself was wildly surprised, especially in Switzerland (Zurich), where the streets are so wide that he spits in a neighboring house and sprinkles you. Sitting in the kitchen, you can read the newspaper in the hands of a neighbor laughing
      1. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 20 January 2016 14: 01
        +2
        Quote: Averias
        At first, he himself was wildly surprised, especially in Switzerland (Zurich), where the streets are so wide that he spits in a neighboring house and sprinkles you. Sitting in the kitchen, you can read the newspaper in the hands of a neighbor

        EMNIP, it’s gone since the beginning of Protestantism. Like, Protestants lead a righteous life and they have nothing to hide from others.
    2. maxiban
      maxiban 20 January 2016 13: 27
      +1
      There are no curtains, there is a shutter role. After 8 hours, they are all lowered tightly. You walk along the street in the evening and hear the crunch of the shutters being lowered.
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 20 January 2016 13: 22
    +4
    summoned for questioning a ten-year student of one of the schools

    When radical Islamists feel at home in England, the increased interest in the profile of a 10-year-old boy is not just a surprise, but contempt for the local police, who do not see the logs in their eyes. Shame, I do not find other words.
  5. Petrovich
    Petrovich 20 January 2016 13: 22
    14
    "The police examined the home of a 10-year-old student, examined the contents of the hard drives of home computers."
    Well, did they find the terrace or not?
    1. lysyj bob
      lysyj bob 20 January 2016 13: 34
      +9
      Found and dismantled so that there was no more confusion.
      1. Petrovich
        Petrovich 20 January 2016 13: 58
        +3
        Together with the house, so that there would be no more confusion.
  6. Electrical
    Electrical 20 January 2016 13: 23
    0
    they have paranoia, mowing ranks, a non-iron dupa
  7. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 20 January 2016 13: 27
    +2
    In such a case, it is better to overdo it. When the school takes off, there will be no one to question ...
    1. Bulrumeb
      Bulrumeb 20 January 2016 13: 37
      +1
      But seriously, we had to call and check, otherwise, in which case, then they themselves would be in an interesting pose.
  8. pts-m
    pts-m 20 January 2016 13: 32
    +3
    and what, tsei schwarzen-lad has correctly written that he lives in a house with these terrariumists, and not only do they have a house full of these terrariumists, but the state is the main terrarium operator, who, with his friend Fashington, unleashes fighting in places where tsei schwarzen comes from hlop
  9. RUSOIVAN
    RUSOIVAN 20 January 2016 13: 33
    0
    And mows schizophrenia our slender ranks)))
  10. raid14
    raid14 20 January 2016 13: 40
    +3
    The special services worked as expected, if there is a signal, it needs to be checked, it is not their fault that the small in grammar is weak.
  11. RUSOIVAN
    RUSOIVAN 20 January 2016 13: 43
    +4
    I would probably be executed for my English!)))
  12. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 20 January 2016 13: 48
    +4
    why are we laughing? it’s not funny at all. Here’s how to work. And they say so to our police ... - why are we going to leave if you didn’t kill anyone (although my husband rushed to his wife with an ax drunk).
  13. Petrovich
    Petrovich 20 January 2016 13: 56
    +1
    Quote: lysyj bob
    Found and dismantled so that there was no more confusion.

    Together with the house, so that there would be no more confusion.
  14. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 20 January 2016 14: 30
    +4
    Interrogating children is an excellent achievement in juvenile justice and in general crazy democracy. laughing
    1. Amurets
      Amurets 20 January 2016 15: 28
      +2
      Quote: Gormengast
      Interrogating children is an excellent achievement for juvenile justice and generally crazy democracy

      In England, corporal punishment of children at school was abolished some 15 years ago, and denunciations and headphone practices are still practiced.
  15. brn521
    brn521 20 January 2016 15: 09
    +2
    A good opportunity for potential terrorists. The second time the police will come to this family unless on a very serious tip.
  16. Eastern wind
    Eastern wind 20 January 2016 16: 16
    0
    Well, if against the West even 10-years went by the war, then your song is sung, gentlemen! In fact, such an absurdity is just a continuation of an absurd policy. Then there will be only more. And for the penny human rights advocates, the council will continue to fight against the invasion of countries, and not with the consequences of these invasions.
  17. kam4atka
    kam4atka 20 January 2016 16: 23
    0
    Quote: Amurets
    Quote: Gormengast
    Interrogating children is an excellent achievement for juvenile justice and generally crazy democracy

    In England, corporal punishment of children at school was abolished some 15 years ago, and denunciations and headphone practices are still practiced.


    You do not understand anything, these are the True Values ​​of Europe! They have been trying to instill this in us "Barbarians" for so many years.
    ps The degradation of Europe in the face.
  18. gergi
    gergi 20 January 2016 17: 17
    +1
    Yes, they did the right thing, they checked it. That, theoretically, he could not live in a house with terrorists because he was ten years old? This is just the case when it is better to overtake than crap.
  19. Koshak
    Koshak 20 January 2016 18: 18
    0
    And the guy was summoned to the police with or without his parents? How is it "with them" with the interrogation of minors?
  20. lilian
    lilian 20 January 2016 20: 27
    0
    I once read a book by Vsevolod Ovchinnikov "Sakura and Oak". The second half was devoted to the British. So he argued that the British are very meticulous in respecting the right of privacy.
    For example, it’s normal for them when a close friend comes to the place of residence of a person and his person doesn’t let him through the threshold, he listens, he speaks through the door, but he may not invite him into the house. And they are not accepted to ask about family life. At least in the 70s, this was so.