It couldn't be 'in possession of a loud shirt in a built up area' could it?19-yo "teenager"? I thought that once you hit 18,you were regarded as an adult.
From the article - the arrested was in possesion of an offensive. Wtzat when it's at home?
"A 19-year-old man arrested on suspicion of being in possession of an offensive was later charged will appear in court on Thursday, June 10. His arrest is not being treated as linked to the murder..."
In much the same way that the youngest applicable term is picked, as you say, to fit the narrative. Even if said 'victim' hasn't been to school for years, has three children and has been a career criminal since age ten:Nineteen is still a teenager, technically. But it doesn't fit the MSM narrative to label a minority as an adult. They have to be portrayed as victims in all this.
Being a suspicious type I googled the deceased, it seems he was banged up in 2016 for possession with intent to supply.....The bloke who had been ‘fighting for his life’ lost.
This increases the tally.I have 1k in the office sweep stake.
Are we near half way yet or do the yoofs need to up their game & start using mac9 with hollow tips?
I don't think you appreciate the diversity and cultural enrichment opportunitys the situation represented you should try to embrace the African culture and quizineLast night a mass brawl in Hyde Park in London, resulted in a lad of 18 being stabbed.
The 17-year-old was attacked in front of people who were out enjoying the evening sun.www.bbc.co.uk
In a way quite symbolic of the problem these scrotes cause: people were peacefully enjoying a nice evening on the first truly hot day of summer, going about their business and bothering no one. Then these tw@ts kicked off and ruined everyone's evening, most of all, the lad who got stabbed.
A few years back this would've been shocking. Now it's routine. It's time for a serious increase in police resources: more feet on the street. It'll cost billions, but we've already spent billions on Covid. Enough is enough.
Bill Bratton. An absolute hero who cleaned up New York in the early 90s. His book "Turnaround" about how he did it and his life and service generally I highly recommend.I recall recently listening on the radio to a very senior American Police office who was 'employed' to sort out 2 large US cities; which he did. Apologies, cannot remember his name, but his approach was hard and absolute in every aspect of anti-social behaviour. I could give examples but this is already too long a post!