Another murder.

#1
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/wear/6963480.stm

A 23-year-old man with learning difficulties has died in hospital after being "savagely attacked" by a gang of up to five youths.

Brent Martin was found with multiple injuries on Sunderland's Town End Farm estate on Thursday night after reports of a man being beaten up.

He was taken to the city's Royal Hospital, where he died on Saturday.

A 21-year-old man and three youths, one aged 16 and two aged 17, are being questioned on suspicion of murder.
Keys to the armory anyone?
 
#2
Totally appaling story what is wrong with these people why the hell would you wish to kick to death anyone let alone a especially vunerable guy like this
 

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#3
auxie said:
Totally appaling story what is wrong with these people why the hell would you wish to kick to death anyone let alone a especially vunerable guy like this


My bold
Theres your answer mate
A poor lad who dosen't have the ways or means to defend him self against this scum
Where as the cunt's who did this will think they are big and hard and be walking a bit taller today
I hope some really nasty people get to them before the police

The party that brings back concentration camps for these basterds will get my vote
 
#4
A couple of bouncers were shot in Liverpool too. LINK

I expect there will be more tonight. Can't help wondering whether the number of gunshot wounds is higher in the UK with the 'lowest ever levels of violent crime' or in Afghanistan with 'World War II levels of armed conflict'.
 
#5
But I don't understand, because according to a Labour minister last night on 5 Live, crime and especially violent crime rates are down?
 
#7
drain_sniffer said:
But I don't understand, because according to a Labour minister last night on 5 Live, crime and especially violent crime rates are down?
Were not getting close to an election are we, shortly the political party members will have to leave their bubbles and head out nto the real world. :x
 
#11
I'm generally a bleeding-hearts liberal but this sort of things just stuns me. In a world where the human rights of prisoners are upheld on a daily basis and where punishment rarely fits the crime, it's time that we had a real deterrent for the more abhorrent crimes. People need to be made aware that there are severe comsequences for their actions!
And this from a man who generally believes that people deserve a second chance...
 
#14
Lets see what happens shall we, will this rise the British Population to demand an end to easy sentences, to slaps on the wrists, to lets hug the little fellows, no it wont as they will look at their politicians for guidance.

So far we have the words 'trust me' and 'violent crime is falling' and we will act (but not yet as well still on holiday)

So will the Police announce zero tolerance or carry on with mass car checks, (15 police on our road today, funnily neighbour got burgled thursday no one turned up)

Nope nothing will happen folks, and the dead and injured will rise, and still nothing, no wonder emigration is at its highest
 
#15
There is also the "unreported" crime, for example. Last boxing day my father had come down from Scotland to visit, some scrote turned up from my step mothers side at my brothers house and started gobbing off without knowing who was in the house. I got shot of the little bastard then half an hour later he comes onto the property and sprays pepper spray through the feking letterbox. Police called etc and they turn around and say no crime was commited, so there you go folks entering somebody elses property and spraying pepper spray into is is not a crime.
 
#16
So sorry to hear about your predicament, the fact that the duckhead used pepper spray, it is a prohibited item and constitutes a section 1 firearms offence, I would push it if I were you.
 
#17
drain_sniffer said:
But I don't understand, because according to a Labour minister last night on 5 Live, crime and especially violent crime rates are down?
That's reported crime ...People can't be bothered to report crime because they know that that bugger all comes of it :(
 
#18
drain_sniffer said:
But I don't understand, because according to a Labour minister last night on 5 Live, crime and especially violent crime rates are down?
This is, to use a technical political expression, a FCUKING LIE! :x

Hope this clears things up for you. :)
 
#19
scarletto said:
Nope nothing will happen folks, and the dead and injured will rise, and still nothing, no wonder emigration is at its highest
Nonsense. The Home Secretary has already said that there will be a huge increase in the number of feral, gun toting psychos forced to sign Acceptable Behaviour Contracts. That'll teach 'em.

Presumably, if they're one of the 20% of kids who are now unable to read and write properly, they'll be allowed to have somebody else sign on their behalf.

I don't know why other countries don't adopt our 'best practices'. I mean if LAPD introduced Acceptable Behaviour Contracts to South Central LA, they could save a packet on ammunition. Then they could spend the money on having their web site translated into Somalian, like Merseyside Police. Or running a dedicated transgender liaison unit, like the Met. Or paying officers to gain street cred by skateboarding, like Hampshire Constabulary.
 
#20
Ancient_Mariner said:
scarletto said:
I don't know why other countries don't adopt our 'best practices'. I mean if LAPD introduced Acceptable Behaviour Contracts to South Central LA, they could save a packet on ammunition. Then they could spend the money on having their web site translated into Somalian, like Merseyside Police. Or running a dedicated transgender liaison unit, like the Met. Or paying officers to gain street cred by skateboarding, like Hampshire Constabulary.
I suggest while reading this bit you listen to the Yakety Sax! Sums up this bloody country these days.
 

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