WACA Chair makes ‘fun’ of heartless crime involving Animal World break-in


Once again the Woodvale and Ainsdale Community Association (WACA) Chair, Alison Marshall, has brought forth serious questions regarding here basic suitability of be at the helm of a local charity.


Rather than taking the matter seriously, as any responsible adult would, the WACA chair made the crime into a joking matter l 

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Some folk like Ms Marshall apparently regard crime as amusing (until it happens to them), but most of us find it deplorable. Would Ms Marshal find it equally funny if her WACA premises had been broken into or her private dwelling place?  This is someone’s business and today they will be heartbroken and devastated at this crime. Such irresponsibility coming for a person who is chair of a well-funded charity is both callous and highly unacceptable!

Once again – will Ms Marshall and her WACA cronies ‘apologise’ for this appalling conduct or can we just expect more abusive internet posts, from ill-informed WACA – supportive trolls and their Ainsdale Tory overseers?

See this link for details of WACA’s last fiasco regarding filthy Facebook posting.



Crime of any kind is NOT joke!


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