“The investigation into these allegations is very much ongoing and the relevant inquiries are being carried out. We have a duty to protect the integrity of an investigation, so we will not be providing a running commentary on this case,” he concluded.
Among the allegations is the claim that Farrow posted other material under a pseudonym account, which she strongly denies, telling CNA that she was playing the organ at Sunday Mass when some of the offensive comments were posted.
When asked by CNA if she would do anything differently following the arrest, Farrow said: “I refuse to shy away from critiquing gender ideology.”
“Given that I was arrested and had my devices seized because of the social media posts of a third party, it’s clear that taking a different tack won’t protect me from malicious reports.”
Farrow is campaign director for the internet activism organization CitizenGO. CitizenGO is a “community of active citizens who work together, using online petitions and action alerts as a resource, to defend and promote life, family, and liberty,” its website states. The organization has an online petition demanding an inquiry into the police’s actions.
The organization’s website states: “It should terrify us all that the police can simply take someone’s word for something, storm into your house and arrest you like this.”
“Surrey Police, and those who called for Caroline’s arrest, should be ashamed of such a forceful, disgraceful, and unnecessary intrusion and MUST be held accountable — she needs all of our support now, more than ever.”
The petition demands an inquiry into the actions of the Surrey Police Department, saying the authorities ”have deprived Caroline of her liberty in such an undignified way, and an investigation into the complaint history of her accuser.”
The petition has more than 57,000 signatures.
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