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A woman PC was tired of having her days off suspended because of unrest and made derogatory comments on her home page.

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Cop sentenced for racism

A 33-year-old woman police officer has been sentenced for racist remarks on her personal home page.

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A 33-year-old woman police officer has been found guilty of racism after publishing derogatory remarks on her personal home page on the internet. The woman immediately appealed the verdict and sentence of a DKK 4,000 fine.

In her explanation to the court, she said she had been tired of having her weekends off suspended and being unable to take her planned mountain bike tours. As a result she let her frustrations run away with her on her personal home page.

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It was in February this year that groups of youths of immigrant origin set light to vehicles, garbage containers and educational establishments across the country.

The PC told the court that she did not think that items on her web page could be found unless the precise URL of her domain was known. As a result, she said, she did not believe that anyone would see what she had written.

Edited by Julian Isherwood

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