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Saturday, 25 July 2009

Innocent Man Shot by Gang in "Case of Mistaken Identity"

West Yorkshire Police have arrested six people after an innocent man was shot dead in his sister's home:
Adam Chadwick Murder- Six People Arrested

Wednesday 15 July 2009

Detectives investigating the murder of Adam Chadwick have arrested six people after a number of properties across Leeds were searched.

The arrests were made yesterday (Tues 14 July) after recent publicity surrounding the investigation led to information being passed to the police from members of the public.

Those arrested included:

A 24-year-old female from Wyther Close, Bramley who was arrested on suspicion of murder.

A 32-year-old man from Easterly Cross, Gipton who was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder.

Three further men aged 23, 27 and 28 have also been arrested by detectives on suspicion of murder.

A 44-year-old woman was also taken into custody from West Park Close in West Leeds. She was arrested in relation to possession of controlled drugs.

All those arrested have now been bailed to return to police stations across West Yorkshire at a later date.

Adam, 20, was shot at his sister's home in Clifton Mount, Harehills on Tuesday 24 June, 2008 in what police believe was a tragic case of mistaken identity. He died two days later in hospital.

Detective Superintendent Steve Payne, who is leading the murder investigation, said: "While we have made a number of arrests over recent days this enquiry is still ongoing and I would continue to urge anyone with information over Adam's death to contact myself or the enquiry team.

"Information from the public has led to these arrests and I personally assure anyone contacting us that their identity will remain strictly anonymous.

"Our main focus remains on bringing Adam's killers to justice."

Police want to hear from anyone who recognises the e-fit of a woman who was seen knocking on doors in the area surrounding Clifton Mount and asking for someone called 'Michelle' shortly before Adam was shot by three black men wearing balaclavas and camouflage clothing.

The woman is described as white, 27 to 28 years old, 5ft 4 inches to 5ft 5 inches tall with dark brown hair, olive skin and dark eyes. She was wearing a baggy black fleece or cardigan over a round neck black top.

Police would also like to hear from anyone with information about a blue Ford Focus C-Max vehicle that was recovered near to Chapeltown Road the day after Adam was shot and which police believe could have been used by the suspects.

The car was caught on CCTV at 11.30pm on 20 June, four days before the shooting, pulling on to the forecourt of the BP Garage on Roundhay Road, Chapeltown where the air pump was used to fill the rear offside tyre. Police want to hear from anyone who saw the car in the days leading up to Adam's shooting.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the incident room on: 0113 2413006, West Yorkshire Police on: 0845 6060606, or Crimestoppers anonymously on: 0800 555 111.


Anonymous said...

Pat Condell at his best

Apologists for evil


Anonymous said...

Islamisation on STEROIDS - Non Muslim Female British Police Issued Veils
Posted by The Opinionator at 27 Jul 2009, 8:31 PM

In an outrageous step that should cause blood to shoot out of your eyes comes the news that what is touted as "political correctness" finds Great Britain's Somerset and Avon police services permanently issuing color coordinated veils to NON MUSLIM female police officers and community support officers.

Supposedly the veils are to be worn when entering a mosque but one has to wonder just how often non-muslim female police actually have to go inside a mosque or is this a more likely step in a dhimmified police facilitating the Islamisation of Great Britain?

The bragging, dhimwitted Assistant Chief Constable Jackie Roberts swoons over the (not mandated by the Qur'an) veil and states:

"'Producing head coverings for our officers and staff to wear in places of worship is part of our commitment to engage with all our communities. 'It recognises and respects the cultural and religious practices of our communities. This is a very positive addition to the Avon and Somerset uniform and one which I'm sure will be a welcome item for many of our officers.'


Solkhar said...

off topic

Anonymous said...

"Sharia in Action", coming to a place near you


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