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On Sat 28 Sep at 5:33pm Blatant Liar wrote:
I see Lewes’ latest celebrity is making the most of his 15 minutes of fame
Contacted all the national press and now feted by sycophants on the bridge
I here the brick is appearing in viva Lewes
On Sat 28 Sep at 6:16pm Hyena wrote:
The Brexit Party were on the Bridge today.
On Sun 29 Sep at 11:12am Hyena wrote:
They were like tumbleweed blowing down Cliffs High St.
On Sun 29 Sep at 6:13pm dairyman wrote:
I would be surprised if Viva Lewes would give a voice to such a 'Brixit' opinion. I think that publication might favour remain.
On Mon 30 Sep at 1:16pm endoftheouse wrote:
After viewing Lewes fb page I find it suspicious that it takes someone over 2 and half hours to notice a message on a brick(then another possible message) that has just come through a window. Was it a brick? or a Rubik's Cube that had to have a sequence of moves to spell out a message.
On Tue 1 Oct at 9:13am Nevillman wrote:
Just had a look on the lewes Facebook site and can't find what you are referring to endoftheouse. Please can you explain the point you are trying to make. Are you saying that you don't think a brick went through a window or that it didn't have writing on although they claimed it did or something else entirely? Genuinely confused by your post and rather than just give a thumbs down its better to give someone the chance to explain I think.
On Tue 1 Oct at 5:01pm Sleeveless wrote:
Yes, there was definitely a picture posted on Facebook of a brick with some writing on it. I think it said “traitor”. The picture has mysteriously disappeared so can understand endoftheouse’s comment.
On Tue 1 Oct at 5:56pm Nevillman wrote:
The picture disappearing explains why I couldn't find anything about it but I don't see how it explains endoftheouse's comment.
On Tue 1 Oct at 7:04pm Sleeveless wrote:
Fake news?
On Thu 3 Oct at 11:53am Nevillman wrote:
The post about the brick through the window has returned with the added comment that police have been unable to find the culprit and taking no further action. As this means it was reported to the police I think it is very unlikely it was fake news. If endoftheouse has information to suggest that these people have wasted police time by reporting a made up incident then he should do so.
On Thu 3 Oct at 2:58pm Sleeveless wrote:
Nevillman, sorry but I can’t find the pic. The original pic is still there but a more recent one was posted showing a brick in close up with (I think) the word traitor written on it. If you have found it - genuine apologies, if not, I would suggest it was fake news.
On Sun 6 Oct at 9:37am A Person wrote:
No. Since it was a close up of the brick posted by the person whose window was shattered by it at 01.30 it's either that he was lying, or that it was simply a close up of the writing on the brick. Not fake news either way. It's a pretty sick accusation to make, unless you believe that the victim of this crime also chucked the brick through his own window.

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