According to the report, in addition to the detainees, four other people were questioned in connection with the incident that occurred on April 11, when Sun’s team lost to Manchester United and the player participated in a controversial play that ended with an unauthorized goal. rival.
This measure demonstrates that the police will not tolerate racism even if it is actually committed, said Detective Matt Simpson of the London Metropolitan Police, after describing the posts on Twitter as vulgar and completely unacceptable.
Manchester Police Director Julie Ellison, who was also involved in the operation, said the arrests were a clear message to those who believed they could hide behind a keyboard to spread hate.
Ellison said that racism has no place in our societies, and warned that the police will do everything they can to bring those who promote it to justice.
In the wake of the racist attacks against Son on Twitter, players, teams, the Premier League, the English Football Association and other examples of the sport in the UK issued a decree to boycott social networks, saying they were not doing enough to counter the hate. And abusive and discriminatory behaviors on their platforms.
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