Caroline Criado-Perez, the feminist campaigner, said she was relieved after two people pleaded guilty to sending her menacing tweets but added that dozens of other online abusers were still walking free.
John Nimmo, 25, from South Shields, and Isabella Sorley, 23, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, pleaded guilty on Tuesday at Westminster magistrates court to abusing Criado-Perez online. Sorley was remanded in custody and Nimmo was bailed, both until 24 January, when they will be sentenced.
From the turn of the century through the â60s, crowds came from near and far to set up their beach blankets along the sandy shore of Salisbury. They ventured to the boardwalk for fried clams and fried dough, played arcade games on the midway, rode the Dodgems and the roller coasters. â”Some of my fondest times growing up were when my father would bring me to Salisbury Beach for the amusement rides,â recalled Wayne Capolupo, 54. But the glory days would not last forever in Salisbury. âThat started to fade in the early 1970s, and by the late â70s it was in a major downturn,” Capolupo said. Capolupo is now part of a group of local business people pursuing a plan to develop a new future for Salisbury Beach center. The goal is to expand Salisbury Beach from a summer attraction to a 12-month community of year-round residents that can support businesses, he said.