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Wednesday, 12 August 2009

Muslim Gangs & Street Terrorism (II)

Several assaults involving lone male victims, invariably white, and a group of attackers, invariably 'Asian', have occurred recently (naturally, completely unremarked upon other than in local papers).

  • Masked gang attack lone man with baseball bats in Nelson, Burnley:

A GANG of men wearing balaclavas and armed with baseball bats took part in a daylight attack on a 19-year-old man in Nelson.

The assault was reported by residents in the Chapel House Road and St Paul's Road areas of the town at 6.10pm on Saturday.

Police said witnesses, including young children, were left shocked by the incident.

The 19-year-old was left with head injuries and a vehicle was also damaged.

Police said it was believed a number of Asian men wearing balaclavas were involved in the incident and that some were armed with weapons believed to include baseball bats.

Following the attack several men were seen running away along Chapel House Road near to the cemetery.

The teenager was taken to Burnley General Hospital where he received treatment.

He returned home later that evening.

Detective Sergeant Charles Haynes said: “This incident took place in broad daylight in a residential area and was witnessed by families, including young children. The brazen nature of this attack and the use of weapons are of extreme concern to Nelson police.

“Extensive inquires by CID officers are already being actively pursued and a number of potent-ial suspects have been identified.”

He said: “A number of residents have already contacted the police and are assisting them with their inquiries but I would urge anyone else who may have information to come forward.”

A man needed hospital treatment after he was attacked by a gang as he walked home just after midnight on Sunday, police said today.

The 19-year-old was in Newland Road, Banbury, at about 12.10am when he was assaulted by a group of approximately eight Asian men.

Sgt Bryan Percival said: “It was a particularly nasty attack and as a result the victim had to attend the Horton General Hospital for treatment to injuries on his face and his left eye.

“I would urge anyone who might have seen this group of men, or the attack, to contact us as soon as possible.”

Anyone with information about the attack should call Sgt Percival on 0845 8505505 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

  • Lone man beaten with a metal bat and robbed by three Asian men in Wakefield:
THUGS beat a man with a metal bat and robbed him as he returned home from a night out with friends.
David Devine, 20, of George-a-Green Road, Lupset, was left ‘frightened’ and struggling to walk after the three men attacked him on Westgate near PC World at about 2.40am on Wednesday.

Mr Devine, who is a night worker for Morrisons, had been out for some drinks with friends before walking home alone.

He said he had just crossed the road and was talking on his mobile phone when he saw his attackers.

One of the men was carrying a silver rounders-like bat, which he said was used to hit him about the legs and knees, causing him to fall.

He said: “I think they did it to disable my legs so I couldn’t move.

“I saw my iPod being pulled away from me, and then my phone. They hit me once again on my legs and ran off up Westgate towards the train station.

“It was pretty scary, I was frightened because I was on my own, I just felt scared.”

Mr Devine sought help from a nearby taxi firm who called the police. He was taken to Pinderfields Hospital with leg injuries, which included muscle damage and bruising.

Former Cathedral College pupil Mr Devine said he has not been able to walk far since the attack.

The attackers are described as three Asian men aged between 18 and 25 and dressed in dark clothing. They stole a Nokia 660 mobile phone and an Apple iPod Nano.

Anyone with information about the attack should call Wakefield CID on 01924 295603 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

  • Man abducted and beaten with hammer by a large group of Asian males after a minor car accident in Bradford. Police believe the attack was filmed:

Police want to trace a group of youths whom they believed used mobile phones to film an attack in a Bradford street.

A man was assaulted with a hammer after a collision between two cars in Baslow Grove, Heaton. He was bundled into a third car which arrived at the scene – a dark-coloured S-registration Toyota Avensis.

He was then driven around West Yorkshire and attacked again before being freed in the Lidget Green area of Bradford hours later.

He was taken to hospital with serious cuts, bruises and a broken jaw.

Police are seeking a further three or four Asian men, along with the Toyota Avensis, and a group of younger Asian males who filmed the incident, on Saturday at 5.45pm, on their mobile phones.

Detective Inspector Steve Snow, of Bradford South CID, said: “The answer to this lies within the community. It is a very close-knit community and I know that people know what happened and who was involved.

“I appeal to their families to get them to come to us.

“This incident was a result of an ongoing dispute.

“We’re particularly interested in speaking to a group of younger Asian males who filmed the initial incident on mobile phones. You’re not in any trouble but we need to speak to you.”

He can be contacted at Bradford South CID on 0845 6060606 or call Crimestop-pers on 0800 555111.

Three men have been charged with kidnapping and wounding in connection with the incident.

  • Lone man mugged at Castleford railway station by two Asians, who then chased him outside and beat him with a baseball bat:
A CASTLEFORD man was beaten with a baseball bat and robbed at Wakefield's Kirkgate railway station.
British Transport Police (BTP) detectives are hunting the culprits, who struck on Monday night.

They brutally attacked the man before chasing him out of the station to inflict a further beating and then making off with his wallet.

Detective Constable Dave Williams, of BTP at Leeds, said the attack happened at 10.45pm as the victim waited for his train.

He said: "The victim, a 39-year-old man from Castleford, was waiting for his train home on Platform One when he was approached by two men, one of whom was carrying what is believed to be a wooden baseball bat.

"The men demanded his wallet and beat him with the bat. The victim managed to run out of the station but was attacked again and the suspects fled with the wallet."

The man was taken to hospital for treatment after suffering extensive cuts and bruising to his face and bruising to his body. One of his teeth was knocked out.

DC Williams added: "This was a vicious attack on a lone man."

"We believe that there may have been trains passing through the station whilst the attack was happening and so are appealing for anyone who may have seen something to come forward."

The suspects are described as both being Asian and in their mid-twenties.

One of the men was around 5ft 6in tall, with a medium build, short black wavy hair and was carrying what appears to have been a baseball bat.

The other man was around 6ft tall, with a slim build and thin face, short straight black hair and was wearing a long-sleeve dark top.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact BTP on Freefone 0800 405040 quoting incident number 616 of 27/07/09 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.


Anonymous said...

why arent these described as race attacks and reported on bbc news.

Anonymous said...

Why all asians? Racist bast3rds