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London, The Eager Twin Of San Francisco.
#21
It seems that people are waking up, but we must remember that PC is been used by dark powerful evil forces, and good needs to be more powerful to defeat it.
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#22
Quote:Woman rushed to hospital with STAB wounds following attack in London.

A woman has been rushed to hospital with "multiple stab wounds" following a savage attack in the capital.

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'Officers raced to Burns Road, in Wandsworth, following reports of a stabbing at 8.11pm on Sunday. 
When they arrived police found a woman, believed to be in her 20s, who was understood to have been
attacked by a man who fled. 

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “The victim was taken to a south London hospital. 
“We await an update as to her condition.” A man later presented himself to police in Notting Hill and was
arrested in connection with the attack. 

He is being held on suspicion of GBH and remains in custody. 
At about 6.30pm another woman was stabbed in Acadia Grove, Dulwich.
Her injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

No arrests have been made. The capital has been reeling from numerous stabbings since January this year. 
Figures have now soared to a seven-year high and officials confirmed there had been 1,299 stabbings by April. 

The Met Police said it had confiscated 250 knives and swords on just one week alone in February. 
It is believed the majority of the violence has been due to cocaine and other drugs flooding into the country. ..'
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It floods in... we believe it's connected to the drugs that just... well, they just flood in, dude and there's
nothing we can do about it. It's like natural, man.


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#23
Hardly worth a write-up these days, just a normal day in Mega City One.

Quote:LAWLESS LONDON Man, 22, found shot dead in Tottenham cemetery sparking murder investigation.

'A man has been shot dead in a cemetery in North London.
The 22-year-old man was found with gunshot wounds at Tottenham Cemetery this morning.

Police are now investigating, saying they are keeping an "open mind" as to the motive behind the attack.
Detective Inspector Simon Stancombe of HMCC said: “At this early stage of the investigation we are
keeping an open mind to the motive of this attack.
"I urge anyone who may have seen anything to contact police as soon as possible.”

No arrests have been made.
The man’s next of kin have been informed, however formal identification awaits.
A post mortem examination will take place in due course.
Officers from the Met’s Homicide and Major Crime Command (HMCC) are investigating...'
The Sun:


Quote:Two men in their 50s are stabbed in separate incidents just miles apart in East London.

*Two men were found with stab wounds in both Barking and Dagenham, London 
*The men, both in their 50s were attacked with knives in unrelated assaults  
*No arrests have been made in either case as officers continue to investigate

'Two men were stabbed just miles apart in London in another afternoon of bloodshed in the capital.
Police were called to knife attacks in both Barking and Dagenham on Sunday.
Both victims were men aged in their fifties although officers are not treating the incidents as linked.

First, at 12.40pm,  a man in his fifties was found stabbed in Station Parade, Barking.
He had been stabbed multiple times in the back.

The man was taken to an east London hospital by air ambulance, according to witnesses. 
Later, officers were called shortly after 3pm to reports of a stabbing near the Roundhouse pub near
Porters Avenue and Lodge Avenue in Dagenham. A 50-year-old man was found with a stab wound.

Detectives from East Area CID are investigating both incidents and no arrests have been made.
Knife crime has become a huge problem for the Met Police as the number of people caught carrying
knives rises.

This year, there have already been 100 murders in the capital. Police cuts are largely blamed.
There are now 3.3 police officers for every thousand Londoners - its lowest rate since 1998 and 19%
below 2010...'
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#24
When are we going to accept that the enemy is within and won't be stopped until we scour the
country without concerns of being called names?


Quote:London Underground station on lockdown as armed police storm in.

Armed police have stormed a London Underground station and placed it on lockdown.

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'Machine gun police raced to Bond Street station this evening and quickly ushered passengers out.
Hundreds of rushhour commuters watched in shock as the shutters were drawn by cops at 6pm.
Reports emerged a person with a gun was being ordered to lie on the ground by officers.

The Metropolitan Police then confirmed shortly after that a man had been arrested on suspicion of
possession of a firearm. The force said in a short statement: “One male arrested on suspicion of
possession of a firearm at Bond Street station just before 6pm.

“No reports of any injuries and incident is not being treated as terrorism.
“Suspected firearm found and will be sent for analysis. No crime scene in place.”
The station was still closed at 8pm – two hours after police first arrived on scene.

Cops were later seen taking two people away with an eyewitness reporting another person was carried
on a stretcher. At the height of the evacuation commuters took to social media in a scramble to find out
what was happening.

One passenger wrote: "Just got evacuated out from Bond Street
station due to an emergency. "Quite a scary experience and someone
came on the microphone as well sounding really tense."

Another said: "Armed police and someone laying on the floor not moving
at Bond Street."

And one posted: "Evacuated from #bondstreet by armed police with sirens
going mental -not the evening I was expecting! "Carnage with people running
everywhere!"...'
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Elsewhere around the great capital, the true reason for border-less countries being a great idea.


Quote:Eight ‘slaves’ rescued and three people arrested in huge raid in Buckinghamshire.

More than than 100 officers were involved in the pre-planned raid on a home in Iver this morning after
receiving reports about forced labour being used on building sites.

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'Three people have been arrested and eight others rescued after cops smashed a modern slavery ring
in Buckinghamshire today. More than 100 officers carried out the huge raid on the home in Iver after
receiving reports about forced labour being used on building sites.

They rescued eight people in the pre-planned operation led by Thames Valley Police and supported by
the National Crime Agency, and the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority.
A further three people were arrested as part of the force's Hidden Harm campaign.

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Dramatic pictures show dozens of police cars and officers carrying out the raid this morning.
A minibus can also be seen carrying alleged slavery victims away from the residential home.

Detective Inspector James Mather, leading the operation, said: “This operation has safeguarded vulnerable
people in society and a number of arrests have been made. "Modern slavery is the exploitation of people for
personal or commercial gain.
Officers continue to work closely with our partner agencies to ensure those who carry out this activity are
disrupted and any victims are supported.

“We are in the early stages of the investigation and considerable work to identify any further victims will follow.
It has been a really positive example of partnership working, and I’d like to thank all the officers and agencies
involved."

Cops are now asking people to be vigilant of slavery and report anything suspicious to police.
They have released signs of slavery for locals to watch out for -including victims being "withdrawn, unable to
make eye contact, or being reluctant to talk to strangers".

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Aerial images show a property that was raided by cops.


DI Mather added: "Their appearance may be unkempt, they may be malnourished, or showing signs of physical
or psychological injury. “They may also have inappropriate clothing or equipment for their job, be working long
hours for little or no pay. Their accommodation may be overcrowded and poorly maintained.

They may lack some basic freedoms, such as not having access to their identity or travel documents, and have
their movements restricted. “Keeping people safe from harm is all of our responsibility. To make a report please
call Thames Valley Police’s non-emergency number, 101...'
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#25
It seems Mayor Khan is still busy making London a home-from-home in the interests of its residents.
Along with free-speech, it looks like standards are banned from the capital as well.

Quote:The Oxford Street 'hugger muggers':
How aggressive 'Fagin' gangs are using children as young as three to target wealthy victims in the heart of London

*Footage shows shameless begging gangs targeting wealthy shoppers in Oxford Street

*Women use their children -some as young as three -to hug victims until they agree to part
with money 

*Modern day Fagin gangs operate between Marble Arch and Bond Street tubes, focusing
on Selfridges department store

*The gangs, who arrive into central London early in the morning apparently from Ilford in Essex,
can make as much as £100k-a-year begging, police say

*A Selfridges doorman said shoppers often hand over £20 and £50 notes out of pity and just to 
get rid of them

*Traders told MailOnline that some shoppers have complained of losing a purse after being
'hugged' by one of the children

'Shameless begging gangs are making children as young as three hug strangers in the street until they
hand over cash, MailOnline can reveal.Shocking footage, obtained by MailOnline, shows the youngsters
targeting wealthy shoppers along London's Oxford Street.

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They hone in on well-dressed members of the public and fling their arms around the waists of their startled
victim in the hope they will be given money to go away. Any cash given to them is immediately handed over
to an adult guardian.

These modern day Fagin-style gangs operate a half a mile stretch of Oxford Street between Marble Arch
and Bond Street tube station entrances, focusing on the world-famous Selfridges department store.
Each child is accompanied by two or three adult women who walk slowly behind, watching for police, 
ecurity guards and other potential targets.

Often they approach the person who is being cuddled and gesture for them to be given money to feed the
child.Some victims are so desperate to be let free they give the children £50 notes just to get rid of them.

The gangs, who arrive into central London early in the morning apparently from Ilford in Essex, can make
as much as £100,000 a year begging, police say. The MailOnline filmed one group target two smartly
dressed tourists walking between Marks and Spencer and Selfridges.

In the footage a boy of school age, around seven-years-old, clamps himself around stunned tourist Shanice
Braithwaite for nearly 20 seconds as she waits to cross the road.
A woman with a pushchair hovers beside him and holds out an open palm for money.

Afterwards, Shanice, 28, who is visiting London with her friend from Barbados, said: 'This little boy came
up to me and put his arms around my waist and asked if I had any spare change.
'I told him that I don't normally have cash and pay for most things by card.

'He kept his arms around me for a while and I wondered what was going on. Nothing was stolen because
I checked straight away. 'His mother, or a woman looking after him, asked for money too but I had nothing
on me to give.'
About an hour earlier a little girl, aged no more than three-years-old, had been made to try the same trick.

She had been ordered to approach shoppers sitting on a small ledge outside the Primark clothing store
on Oxford Street. The girl then reaches out and tries to hug one woman, but is shooed away.
She tries again and hugs another woman sitting nearby, who is chatting on the phone, but again ends up
empty-handed.

Like with the young boy, a woman flanks her throughout with a pushchair holding her hands out pleading for
money. Further down Oxford Street towards Debenhams, they order an angelic blonde-haired girl of about
five or six-years-old to approach Middle-Eastern customers.

She tries to stop two men in their stride by pleading for spare change, tugs at a woman's mobile phone and
accosts a wheelchair-bound woman wearing a full veil who warns her off. Watching the begging gang as they
approach Selfridges, one of the department store's doormen, who asked not to be named, said: 'They are
around here every day and they are now so brazen.

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'We've nicknamed them 'hugger muggers' because they come out of nowhere, start hugging someone and
won't let go until they hand over some cash. 'I've seen people give these kids £20 and £50 notes, either out
of pity or to make them leave them alone.
'So for the gangs manipulating these youngsters, it can be a real money-spinner.

'They usually target Muslim or Arab shoppers, particularly those who look like they have a lot of money.
'They'll speak a little Arabic to them to try and charm their victims into parting with their money.
'But it's very unsavoury seeing little children put in that position by adults who are looking after them.' 

Speaking on the guarantee of anonymity, an Oxford Street stall holder told how the youngsters were part of
a professional criminal begging network, which also includes men pretending to be disabled.
The businessman said: 'I spoke to one of the beggars once and asked why they did it.

'She said that they come to London for a few months and are then sent somewhere else.
'But it's not right because some of the children they use should probably be in school but are instead dragged
up and down Oxford Street all day long to beg in all weathers.

'And sometimes they're not just hugging people to beg for money, we've had people approach the stall asking
us if we've seen their purse or phone and its usually after they've given money to one of these youngsters.
'Yet if you challenge them, the adults in the gangs can turn really nasty.

'We've tried to move them away from begging around the stall and it's resulted in us being spat at, sworn at
and pelted with bits of food and other missiles. 'They must feel invincible though because little is ever done
about the problem and they get away with it time and again.'

The stall holder added: 'They are part of a big group of beggars, who include two men who hobble around
on crutches pretending to have uncontrollable shakes.
'Yet as soon as they've got enough money, they'll turn a corner and walk off normally. It's all a big scam.'

The Metropolitan Police say they are aware of reports of anti-social behaviour and begging on Oxford Street.
A spokesman said: 'In order to deter criminality, officers in Westminster deploy a number of tactics including
high-visibility patrols as well as plain-clothes operations, whilst offering crime prevention advice to residents,
visitors and local businesses. 

'We would always encourage anyone who believes that they are a victim of crime to report it to police.'...'
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#26
It's the usual case... commuting on the London Underground late at night and realising you've left your favourite
reading-material back at the office. So what does a traveller do?

Quote:'Blood everywhere' Man knifed in front of passengers on London Underground train

Blood was splattered across a London Underground train after a man was brutally stabbed in front of passengers.

'Horrified passengers were stunned after the knifeman pulled out his blade and stabbed a fellow passenger as the
train was travelling along the Central Line somewhere between Stratford and Bethnal Green at about 12.30am on
Sunday. 

According to wittnesses, an argument broke out on the carriage before the knifeman stabbed his fellow passenger
before running off the train.  Paramedics raced to the train when it next pulled in and treated the victim at the scene. 
Officers then carried out searches in the area in a bid to find the thug. 

Witness Rukshana shared photos of the scene, where the vitcim and a newspaper could be seen covered in blood. 
She later told Daily Star Online: “Before the train got to Mile End people were screaming and jumping up from their
seats and then a man ran off the train. 

“That’s when I saw this man stumbling and people told him he should get off the train but the doors closed on him
before he could and he stumbled on the floor onto the seat.  “A woman told me he’d been stabbed in the face by
someone sitting next to him. I was shocked as it happened so fast, that’s when I saw his jumper was bloodied and
pouring from his cheek.

She added: “Everyone rushed to help him and a woman held his face with tissue to stop the blood and when the train
stopped at Bethnal he was carefully taken out.”

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The British Transport Police released an image of a man it wishes to speak to in connection with the attack. 
A spokesman said: "Detectives have released a CCTV image of a man they believe has information that could
help their investigation. Likewise, officers would be keen to speak with anyone who witnessed the attack.

Knife crime in the capital has surged this year, with the majority believed to be gang related. 
There were 1,299 stabbings where a knife or bladed weapon was used between January and April, according to
official statistics from the Metropolitan Police. 

Last month, stabbings were reported nearly every day, leading to greater calls for action to be taken by London
Mayor, Sadiq Khan...'
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Isn't it sad that The British Transport Police don't have the access to the CCTV facilities that the Antique shop
in Salisbury has? The two Russian suspects could be easily seen as they browsed the store window.
But sadly, the capital's transport surveillance involves equipment from the eighties.


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#27
Just in case anyone thought the the London stabbing culture had died down, it hasn't.
It just became normal as Mayor Khan predicted and so, no longer warrants relaying here.

But just for old-times-sake, here's the latest.
It's the usual bumf, no arrests and enquiries are being made. Which equates to if the suspect
isn't white, then the Met Police will leave it alone fearing PC reprisals.


Quote:London bloodbath: Man, 18, stabbed to death in latest violent slaughter on city's streets.

A teenager has been murdered on the streets of London as the capital's violent crimewave shows
no signs of slowing down.

'Police were scrambled to Armitage Road in Greenwich, southeast London, where they found the
18-year-old with stabbing injuries.

There have been no arrests and enquiries are ongoing after the latest violent death in London.
A Met Police spokeswoman told Daily Star Online: "Police were called on Monday, 22 October at
9.25pm to a report of a disturbance in Armitage Road, SE10.
"Officers attended and found an 18-year-old man suffering from a stab injury.

"The London Ambulance Service were called and the man was pronounced dead at the scene at 10.03pm"
"Officers are in the process of informing his next of kin.
"Formal identification awaits and a post-mortem examination will be held in due course."
A crime scene is in place at the site of the stabbing close to Westcombe Park Station and The O2.

The Homicide and Major Crime Command have been informed of the killing.
Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting CAD 7560/22 October or call Crimestoppers
anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Monday night's killing is the latest after almost a year of violent attacks in London.
There were nearly 15,000 knife offences committed in the city in the past year, according to figures released
last week.

The Office for National Statistics said the 14,987 crimes in the year to June 2018 was a 15% rise on the
previous 12 months. This includes 91 killings with a knife, 170 rapes or sexual assaults carried out with a blade,
and 8,363 robberies at knife-point.

More than 100 people have been murdered in London this year, marking the earliest this grim milestone has
been reached in almost 10 years. 

[i]Only last week, a man in his 60s was stabbed in Poplar, east London, in another
shocking attack in the city...'
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#28
All going as planed, one step closer to Sharia law.
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