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14th Nov 2015

Jason Manford’s post about ‘cowards’ who killed 120 people in Paris Attacks was taken down by Facebook (Pic)


Ben Kenyon

Jason Manford shared a strong post on his Facebook condemning the Paris terrorist attacks which claimed the lives of more than 120 innocent people.

The British comedian could not hide his disgust at the heinous attacks across the French capital and posted a message to his 1.2 million Facebook followers calling the men responsible ‘f**king cowards.’

The post read:

“F**king cowards. Slaughtering innocent unarmed people for what? Families and children enjoying life, theatre, meals? Not an army vs army you f**king cowards.

“For what? In whose name? Are you doing this in the name of your god? Cos I’ve got news for you, if you think your ‘god’ is gonna reward you for this type of atrocity then your god is a massive c**t.”

“I hope you are all caught and murdered in a similar agonising way you f**king scumbags.

“You are an embarrassment to humanity and a s**t stain on all of humanity. You will never defeat us, we are too strong you utter b*stards (sic).”

This post led to Manford having his Facebook profile suspended for a time for apparently breaching guidelines, according to the Mirror.

Although his profile did return to the social media side, this expletive-filled message did not.

But fans shared a screen grab across Twitter.

The father-of-three later tweeted the following in response to comments from Twitter users…