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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Sussex Police has launched an attack on Katie Hopkins after she posted an “insensitive” tweet about the Camber Sands tragedy.  in which five people tragically died.

Five people sadly died following an incident at Chamber sands yesterday.

Hopkins sparked outrage after tweeting a poll which speculated about the victims of the beach horror.

In a poll on Twitter, Hopkins suggested the victims would either be “talented footballers”, “mentally ill”, “fans of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik” or “big fans of inflatables”

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Sussex Police responded to the “insensitive” tweet confirming it was not “criminal” however they had reported her to Twitter over the message.

Police tweeted: “incredibly insensitive, although not criminal. We suggest reporting her to @Twitter. We have already”.

Hopkins has since removed the Tweet. She has not made any apology over the poll but has since lashed back at police.

https://twitter.com/kthopkins/status/768811046815600641

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