Equal opportunity to be criminal

A tale of two teenagers: Terrified OAP contrasts her life of hardship with the 14-year-old hoodie who terrorised her

These two photographs of very different 14-year-old girls are held up as a stark illustration of the moral decline in the behaviour of Britain’s young women.

The sepia picture taken in 1939, shows smartly dressed teenager Maisie Jones smiling bravely at the camera at a time when she is forced to work whilst her family were fighting for their country against Nazi Germany.

The second, 69 years on, is a sullen police mugshot of foul mouthed hoodie Sinead Duffy – taken this last month after she waged a vicious two year campaign of terror against Maisie, now 83, and other pensioners in their neighbourhood.

Great grandmother Maisie was beaten, spat at and threatened with garden shears as she tried to stand up to layabout Duffy and her gang of hoodie thugs who had been drinking cheap cider.

As Duffy was named and shamed by a judge under the terms of an anti social behaviour order, widow Maisie compared the pictures of herself and her tormentor and condemned the scourge of violent teenage girls blighting the country.

Recent Home Office figures shows that girls between 10 and 17 committed 59,236 crimes last year, up 25% from 47,358 in 2004.

Mother jailed for 12 years after leaving her three-year-old daughter to starve to death in filthy, beetle-infested room

I recommend not reading this one. It’s wrenching.

Mother jailed after baby she left unsupervised died of drugs overdose


3 Responses to “Equal opportunity to be criminal”

  1. Mr Zopo Says:

    You go, girl!
    Grrrrrrrrrrrrllllll Power!

  2. Mr Zopo Says:

    You go, girl!
    Grrrrrrrrrrrrllllll Power!

  3. Mr Zopo Says:

    You go, girl!
    Grrrrrrrrrrrrllllll Power!

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