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Jailed Facebook bully's mates taunt victim.

SHAMELESS supporters of Facebook bully Keeley Houghton have launched a group on the social networking site in support of the jailed teenager.

The unemployed 18 year-old, from Malvern, Worcester, became the first person in Britain to be sent to prison for cyber bullying after posting death threats against fellow teenager Emily Moore.

She wrote on her Facebook page: "Keeley is going to murder the bitch. She is an actress. What a f***ing liberty. Emily F***head Moore.'' Now, despite the conviction, supporters of the internet yob have posted further taunts against Miss Moore on a web group called Keeley Houghton Is No Bully!

The brazen teenagers have even put up pictures of themselves sticking their tongues out and grinning.

In 2005 Houghton was found guilty of assaulting Miss Moore as she walked home from school.

A gang of laughing supporters, who accompanied her to court, were left sobbing as the bully was sentenced to three months in a Young Offenders' Institution.
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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Aug 23, 2009
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