Terrorism and Cocksuckers
3 months ago
A DAD was kicked to death when he challenged yobs who had vandalised his car outside his house.
It’s an everyday story in Britain.
3 months ago
I am fuckin glad i dont live in britain.
Of course, to say brit cops suck jew cocks(muhahah) is kind of irrelevant since almost ALL Police Officers Have A Diet consisting largely of man meat.
3 months ago
Thats why everyone should be armed for their own defense. Fuck calling some lame to drive over and help you. Then he wants to look around for reasons to arrest YOU.
Seems like some variant of eugenics. Let the strong terrorize the weak.
2 months ago
The story finally arrive downunder today, from smh.com.au
September 29, 2009 – 8:41AM .
Fiona Pilkington pleaded for police assistance as she and her family suffered 10 years of torment and violence at the hands of the gang in Bullwell in central England, an inquest into their deaths heard.
But their requests to officers and local authorities were not given priority, and their bodies were found in their burning car near their home in October 2007, the court heard.
A jury at the inquest concluded on Monday that police failure to properly help the family – despite 33 calls logged to police over the 10 years – contributed to Pilkington’s decision to end their lives.
“Calls were not linked or prioritised,” the jury foreman said.
The jury also criticised a lack of information sharing between police and the local council about the family.
The single mother was left desperate after their house was pelted with stones, flour and eggs by the youths who also urinated on a side wall and wreaked havoc in the backyard, the court heard.
Her daughter, Francecca Hardwick, 18, who had the mental age of a four-year-old, was also victimised as the gang shouted taunts from the street.
The gang, some as young as 10, also targeted her son Anthony, now 19 and a severe dyslexic, who was marched at knifepoint to a shed and locked inside.
On another occasion, he was beaten with an iron bar but no one was ever prosecuted, the court heard.
Coroner Olivia Davison said the family were “under siege” in their own home.
Pilkington, a full-time carer to her children and with learning difficulties herself, could not afford to move, and was suffering from depression and insomnia, the inquest heard.
Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police Chris Eyre said police did not recognise the vulnerability of the family.
“We are extremely sorry that at times our actions failed to meet the family’s needs and in respect of that there are things we would have done differently,” he told reporters.
“I would like to offer my unreserved apologies to the family, community and wider public.”
Home Secretary Alan Johnson described the case as “shocking and immensely distressing”, and police and authorities had “hard lessons” to learn from it.
“For more than a decade, the Pilkington family suffered intimidation at the hands of a local gang, culminating in a sustained level of abuse that no family should have to tolerate,” he said.
Britain’s police watchdog has launched an investigation into officers’ handling of the case.
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