Asbo – the best sense of victimhood

Pauline Smith, 37, of Everton, was interviewed by the Liverpool Echo after her son, Calum, 13, along with a cousin, received an Asbo in March that related to complaints of intimidating schoolchildren, chasing neighbours with iron bars, setting fire to bins, throwing stones at people and property, verbal abuse, making sexual gestures, and threats concerning petrol bombs. Her response: “They’ve been victimised because we are single parents.”

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