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Similar thing happened here a few months back 2 guys tried to rob a shop, they were chased by a crowd of locals and one was stabbed and killed....no one seems to have seen anything though...I don't know whether to feel bad or good about it.
The thug smashed the driverâs side window with the butt of his knife, attacked Tony and demanded his hard-earned takings.
They struggled for several minutes. Then Kilroeâs knife entered his own chest. He staggered off but collapsed and died a short distance away.
Police were called and found shocked Tony nursing wounds to his back and neck. After being treated in hospital the bemused shopkeeper found himself remanded in custody. He was later released on police bail
It will cheer you up even more when you read how much of thieving fatherless he was before his encounter with Mr Singh.
Quoted from the scum:
Kilroe, originally from Billinge, near St Helens, began his campaign of robbery and violence in 1999, aged just 17, with his first conviction for assault and burglary.
Three years later he was convicted of possessing cannabis and an offensive weapon. Around Skelmersdale, there are a number of local people who know exactly what it is like to be on the end of one of Kilroeâs terrifying robberies.
In 2002, shop assistant Susan Pye was serving alone in the High Street Store in Old Skelmersdale when Kilroe, then aged 19, held a knife to her face and helped himself to cash from the till, a bottle of spirits and a packet of cigarettes.
In the same month he continued his campaign against lone, female shopkeepers, robbing a newsagents and a post office, also in Old Skelmersdale.
He was eventually sentenced to four years in youth custody but his punishment seemed to have little effect. He continued to target shopkeepers on his release and last September he was back in court accused of committing two armed raids in the space of four days.
In one, postmaster Terry Limb was hit over the head with a handgun at his post office in Skelmersdale.
A few years ago one of the local scrotes tried to rob Hightrees Garage in the town with a toy gun.RUC were tipped off (aparently his drink fueled plan was overheard in the local bar where all the scrotes in the town hung out) & waiting for him & he was given the good news by a issue .357 Ruger & never recovered!
Buuuttt.....he was a 'good lad,cared for his granny,blah..blah.....
He was probably scared stiff having to deal with a knife wielding scum. There is always the chance that they may get up and come at you again. I don't blame him for losing it a bit, I think a lot of people would.
The Sikhs are a warrior caste, so nice one!