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    I went to school with two losers. One of whom is racist thug who would who used to verbally abuse with me slurs and used to beat me up frequently. Upon finishing secondary school, he would latter harass me on the streets and threaten to beat me up.
    The other sees me as competition for great grades. When driving past on the bus where he would work, he would try and take pictures of me with his phone, whilst jeering hysterically with his friends. He would later illicit several highly offensive slurs and eventual ridicule my experiences of child abuse that he exhibited in schools.
    Both of these losers have been posting some seriously vile ant-Semitic comments...
    I am not sure whether to report or not..
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    It sounds like you went through some horrible stuff with these people. Am I right in that the direct abuse is no longer happening but you have seen these anti-Semitic posts online?

    Anti-Semitic comments would be classed as a hate crime and you can certainly report to the police. The links below explain how to do so. There are several options. You could also explain about the past threats.

    http://www.report-it.org.uk/racist_o...us_hate_crime1
    http://www.met.police.uk/reporting_c...rimes.htm#hate

    The police may suggest that you report it to the website in question. Many sites have standard reporting forms for offensive material. Of course it can take a while to get dealt with and they may just post on another site instead.

    You may also want to think about getting some support for dealing with the threats and abuse that you suffered. If you think they are affecting you now you may benefit from counselling.

    I hope this helps,
    take care
    Jo
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    It sounds like you went through some horrible stuff with these people. Am I right in that the direct abuse is no longer happening but you have seen these anti-Semitic posts online?

    Anti-Semitic comments would be classed as a hate crime and you can certainly report to the police. The links below explain how to do so. There are several options. You could also explain about the past threats.

    http://www.report-it.org.uk/racist_o...us_hate_crime1
    http://www.met.police.uk/reporting_c...rimes.htm#hate

    The police may suggest that you report it to the website in question. Many sites have standard reporting forms for offensive material. Of course it can take a while to get dealt with and they may just post on another site instead.

    You may also want to think about getting some support for dealing with the threats and abuse that you suffered. If you think they are affecting you now you may benefit from counselling.

    I hope this helps,
    take care
    Jo
    I have taken some print-screens of the shots; My family says that I should not though..
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    Were the messages directed at you personally?

    What do you think your family is worried about? Can I ask how old you are?

    Sorry for all the questions, I want to make sure I give you the right advice.
    take care
    Jo
 
 
 
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