Would you go to the police?

Thanks everyone. I have removed the content here, but I appreciate your response.

I will report it to the police, but I won't pursue it. It seems quite likely it is just the result of a unwell person, with very low grade web skills.

If anything comes of it, I'll update this thread.
 
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classic33

Legendary Member
Is any of this being promoted in their election material?
 

classic33

Legendary Member
It's on the site of the party. So yes. But apparently nothing through the letter box from that candidate at all.
Have you pointed it out to any other party with a candidate in that seat.
You could do this via your local candidates.
 

stephec

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OP, just send email to the cops and list the site. Let the Police investigate. It might lead to saving a child or more. These are priority cases and rightfully so.
This.
 

Tin Pot

Guru
Yes

In fact I was with the deputy head of cybercrime in the UK last week - they are all over this sort of thing, I can assure you. They were campaigning specifically for more people to report online crime.

Don't publicise this or notify other candidates - call into your local station and they should put you in touch, or use the ceop as another poster advised.

And probably close this thread.
 
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