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#41
(06-15-2020, 09:28 AM)BIAD Wrote: [Image: attachment.php?aid=7757]
Grow up!

Is that a young Churchill sending a message to Google?


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“There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.” ― Ernest Hemingway
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#42
(06-15-2020, 10:51 AM)Ninurta Wrote:
(06-15-2020, 09:28 AM)BIAD Wrote: [Image: attachment.php?aid=7757]
Grow up!

Is that a young Churchill sending a message to Google?

I wish it was!. It's actually a still from the movie 'Kes' -a home-grown film about a young boy
dealing with his life in a sixties Yorkshire working-class community. Gritty and comical at times,
Billy Casper endures school, his dysfunctional family and those around him.
Yet he finds freedom on the wings of his pet kestrel.

I'd call it a cult-classic!



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#43
Oooh, I bet this one hurt the BBC to report. Their hourly television news ritual involves explaining how white man
is bad -this spoken by white people, and that other ethnicities in the UK are the country's saving grace.

Hence, it's a stunted article... but to be fair, the majority of the MSM that reported on this trial kept their texts
clipped. I'd suggest it's to stifle any outrage from those who don't attach religion to destruction of others and
call it a religion of peace.
tinyhuh



Quote:Eastleigh boy, 14, in court over homemade bombs plot.

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'A 14-year-old boy has appeared in court accused of trying to make homemade bombs containing shrapnel.
The teenager, from Eastleigh, was arrested on Friday after concerns were raised by social services
He appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court charged with one count of preparation of a terrorist act.

The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is thought to be the youngest person ever accused of planning a
terrorist attack in the UK. The defendant did not enter a plea and was remanded in youth detention.
He is next due to to appear at the Old Bailey on Monday 22 June.

The court was told the boy had converted to Islam.

It is alleged he researched how to make explosives, constructed a series of devices with the aim of making them
explosive devices containing shrapnel, and had recorded a video saying he wanted to be a martyr...'
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Here on the Sceptered Isle (or is it Septic Isle, these days?) we had a stabbing during a quiet evening in a town called
Reading (pronounced Redding).

A young Libyan chap called Khairi Saadallah, took it upon himself to visit Forbury Gardens communal park and get him
some terrorist-time on a Saturday night because -I presume, he enjoyed Elton John's lyrics from 'Saturday Night's Alright
For Fighting' song.

Khairi Saadallah certainly 'Gotta lil' action in' and killed three people in a gathering that the established media are only
slightly inferring was connected to the LGBT community. Originally, the shitty Press said it was a relaxing period from
supporting a BLM rally (all three victims were white and male), but that sort of faded.

These same lying bastards in the media also reported that Police weren't treating the incident as 'terror-related',
but recanted that when the Police visited the young man's home, whatever they discovered, changed it into being a
terrorist attack.
It seems the virus sat this one out.
tinysure

But that was Saturday and there are two days in a weekend. Please note: if the description of a suspect isn't caucasian,
any written portraiture must be placed well-down in the article. These are the rules, ladies and gentlemen... unless you
want a pack of lies written about you and the word 'racist' being banded about!
tinywhat


Quote:PARK ATTACK Girl, 15, raped by man who pretended to need to use her phone.

'A 15-year-old girl was raped in a park by a man who pretended to need to use her phone in Greater Manchester.
The teen girl was in Chadderton Hall Park in Oldham when the man approached her on Sunday night.
He then walked along a path towards the river with her phone - with the young girl following him.

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But horrifically, the man then raped the teen. Greater Manchester Police are now investigating the sickening attack.

Detective Sergeant Alex Wilkinson of GMP’s Oldham District said: "This was a shocking attack on a young girl and our
thoughts are with her while she continues to be supported by specialist officers.
"I’d like to reassure the local community that we have a team of detectives working on this and there will be an increased
police presence in the area over the coming days.

"We have a very good description of the man involved and I’d implore anyone who recognises this description to contact
police immediately. "Were you in the area or did you see anything that looked out of place? Perhaps you were driving in
the area around the time and may have captured something on you dash-cam.
"Even the smallest detail may help us pursue lines of enquiry and find the man responsible for this appalling attack."

The attacker is believed to be in his 30s, with a dark or olive complexion, around 5ft 8ins to 5ft 9ins tall with hazel eyes,
clean shaven and short dark hair, according to a police description...'
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I became weary of reporting the many machete-attacks and the increasing crime that seems to have soaked
into the British way of life now. It's a Persian Bazzaar for sure and the mainstream media have worked tiredlessly
to make sure a particular type of culprit is disguised behind a word-curtain of perfidy and misconception.

It seemed like everyday, someone -usually in the capital city, would randomly attack another and the causes
would never be touched on by the MSM. It would be easy to suggest a racial reason for such violence, but the
crimes rarely involved two separate ethnicities.

Rapes, grooming-gangs and violence towards women started to become commonplace and just as the Mayor
of London proposed, it's become a way of life.

In my heart, I know this is a class war combined with the slow death of traditional media. Those in the news
business regularly suggest the reasons for such disorder are connected to one particular pigment of skin, but
they never report why one or a group of persons decided to assault someone of different colour.

There have been other claims of bigotry towards certain religions, certain cultures and certain ways that western
countries fail to 'assist' less affluent nations, but the subject that is never discussed is the rich, the wealthy folk
who often hold the reins to power and can have an effect on a particular problem.

Daubing 'Eat The Rich' is all well-and-good to show one's emotions, but the real debate on why someone with
millions of promissory notes in their coffers can accuse others of not doing enough -whilst their cities sink into a
mire of ignorance and poverty, is never broadcast and penetrated

Still... historical slavery is a grand soapbox to shout from on how only black people endured such a terrible trade
and we can all -at least, smile in the knowledge that the same western countries have routed it out of their systems.

Surely those who crow on our TV screens every evening can display that whether one has lots of money or not,
slavery cannot be a current business in our modern and liberal realms? Surely this sort of cruel occupation died
out in our past and those who deal in such terrible transactions -regardless of skin colour, will be dragged into
the light and shamed?
Well... it's that racial problem again. It's only meant to be focused one way.
Hence the invention of the word 'problematic', but lets hope the 'reset' sorts it out, huh?



Quote:SLAVE HELL Forced to sleep in squalid broom cupboards & molested by cruel predators – the secret shame
of Britain’s modern slaves.

'Little Aisha* was just 13 years old when she was forced into domestic slavery – cleaning a house for backbreaking
hours and crammed into a tiny storage cupboard at night. Her story is just one example of the nightmare of forced labour
in Britain, which stretches from the sweatshops of Leicester to brothels staffed with trafficked women.

Sickeningly, such cases are far from rare. A Home Office report in 2014 estimated there were between 10,000-13,000 victims
of slavery in the UK - the 2018 Global Slavery Index puts the true figure closer to 136,000.

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(Left to right) As many as 10,000 people could be working in slave-like conditions in Leicester sweatshops
-and that's just a fraction of the overall UK problem.
A victim of modern slavery was found sleeping in a Nottingham loft in 2017.
Emmanuel Edet and wife Antan were jailed for 12 years in 2015.

Last year, The Sun launched its Stamp Out Slavery campaign, run in conjunction with Co-op, to help victims illegally forced to
work in car washes, nail salons and farms all over the UK. And since the outbreak of the pandemic, the dangers they face have
only worsened, as social distancing makes oversight of cases more difficult than ever.

The Sophie Hayes Foundation (SHF), a UK charity which helps female survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery, has
supported some of Britain's most vulnerable women during the pandemic. "Behind closed doors abusers continue to abuse
and move victims around the country to maximise profits," says the charity's CEO Red Godfrey-Sagoo.

"The victims don’t have the luxury of furlough, they are forced to continue the work they have been exploited for, whilst carrying
the risk of being infected and infecting others. "Surviving the pandemic is only half the battle, the other half is surviving their
abusers."

Here, two women share their harrowing experiences as survivors of modern slavery living in Britain throughout the coronavirus
pandemic.

Kept in a broom cupboard and worked to the bone
Aisha and her 15-year-old sister were brought to the UK to be forced into unpaid domestic work and subjected to awful living
conditions – including sleeping on bunk beds in a broom cupboard.
She's now 30, but she was just 13 years old when her nightmare began in the early 2000s.

Having grown up in Nigeria, they were excited to fly to London, where they were told they'd be with their dad and his girlfriend,
who had moved to the UK. The reality was worse than they ever could have imagined.
As they landed in Britain, a stranger they met on the plane contacted a number Aisha and her sister had been given in Nigeria.

They were directed to get a taxi to a house where a lady would meet them – but as soon as they arrived, things were amiss.

"We were told to stay in a storage cupboard as our beds were not ready," Aisha says. Terrible living conditions are common
for victims of modern slavery. In 2017, cops were shocked to find a Polish victim being forced to live in a squalid loft in Nottingham
after he'd been made to work 20-hour days making greeting cards.

With no sign of their father, the woman keeping Aisha made the young girls start working the next day.
"We had to clean the house from top to bottom," she says.
"She said if we were good girls then we should clean. There were four other children in the house, and no one really spoke to us,
they treated us so bad."

The only money they were given at the house was for transport tickets to and from school, and they had to provide proof that that's
how they'd spent the money. "After one year, we were moved to another house in Kent and made to look after another woman’s
family and the husband was very inappropriate with me," Aisha says.
"He kept touching me and made me feel so uncomfortable. We were punished if we did not clean up the mess.

"Sometimes the chores were so difficult my sister would help me so that I did not get punished."
All the while, the girls kept asking to speak to their dad, but they were repeatedly told he'd be in touch soon.
They did eventually speak to a man claiming to be their father on the phone, but Aisha wasn't convinced it was really him.

Desperate to escape
One day, when they had been sent to the shop for supplies, Aisha's sister decided they needed to get away.
Nigerian victims of human trafficking have been known to be enslaved for incredible amounts of time in the UK – one couple,
Emmanuel and Antan Edet, brought a 13-year-old boy to Britain and enslaved him for 24 years.

Aisha and her sister got on a bus and travelled to a school friend's house where they contacted the lady from the first home
they'd been put to work in. They told her the new household's man was inappropriate with them and they couldn't live there
anymore. But the woman they'd originally worked for was enraged.

"She was angry with us and screamed that we needed to go back, but we just did not want to go back to that awful place.
"She said she would lose her money and that they would go to the police."
With nowhere else to go, they stayed at Aisha's friend's house and got help from a local church.

They volunteered with the pastor, who helped them find accommodation for a while, but it soon became difficult to get more support.
Although they're now in a safehouse and being helped by the Sophie Hayes Foundation, life became much harder during the pandemic.

"The pandemic has limited the help and support that I get because you can’t go out," Aisha says.
"It has challenged my freedom and I have spent a lot of time locked away. It has put me back into a place where I feel vulnerable and not
safe. "My caseworker has referred me back to therapy."

And, heartbreakingly, Aisha says what happened to her and her sister isn't uncommon.
"I was in a safehouse and I saw people there that were on the same street as me back when I was first trafficked here and I didn’t realise
that there were other people in the same situation as me and my sister," she says.
"It could be happening on your doorstep. The story needs to change so that there is more help for others."

Ordered to hide bruises and keep quiet
Neepa* was forced to move from Bangladesh to the UK by her family – it was culturally unacceptable for her to have any say in the matter.
She was made to live with her half-brother and, around the age of 16, Neepa started being sexually exploited by him in 2008.
The horrific abuse at the hands of her half-brother and his wife - classified as a case of sexual slavery - went on for six agonising years.
"I felt isolated and they were very violent to me," Neepa says.

"I started to think it was normal and my sister said it was fine and advised me to be quiet. I tried contacting my school and my family made
me feel that the outside world was against me. "In 2009, a lady from school visited me and asked about my life.
"I showed her my bruises and was told that I shouldn’t show them to anyone else.
"She was an Asian woman and no one from the school could confirm who she was when I asked them later on."

Choked and savagely silenced
Neepa was worried how her mum and brother back home would be treated if she complained to anyone about what was happening to
her in the UK. She feared how powerful her father's side of her family was, and lived in dismal circumstances for years.

"I had no social life, living conditions weren’t good for me," Neepa says.
She was choked by her half-brother and was forbidden from questioning any of his decisions in controlling her life, like forbidding her
from having friends. But one day, she too reached a breaking point.

"I had to leave because they wanted me to get married as a business transaction and I felt humiliated," Neepa says.
"The beatings made me feel like I wasn’t a human being. "My dignity was taken from me – a woman is a precious gift, she brings forth
new life. Why would someone want to disrespect the person that brings life into this world?"

Falling through the cracks of the system
In 2014, after her first year of college, Neepa contacted the police. "I was getting beaten so much and didn’t want to get married to
someone I didn’t know," she says. "I didn’t have any paperwork, so things got difficult as my half-brother’s family is a powerful one
and they have a lot of power back home."

She managed to take refuge in a safehouse as a victim of modern slavery, but she felt anxious, and Neepa feels she was let down by
support networks during the pandemic. "Lockdown has made the system worse for me and others like me," she says.
"You are left out and have to manage being away from everyone and everything. No financial stability – where is my right in lockdown?
"It makes you feel like the system is abusing you, I don’t have the right support to get me to where I need to be.

"I don’t get to decide where I live."
Neepa also wants the UK to allow survivors of human trafficking the right to be able to earn a living – currently, undocumented work
is an offence, a fact which traffickers use to maintain control over fearful victims of modern slavery.

Throughout lockdown, she was trying to make ends meet on just £35 a week given to her by the state. "It doesn’t go far but you have
to survive on that – it is such a struggle," she says. "We need to be encouraged to do better, it is easy to see why so many turn to sex
and drugs, you always get approached by girls who tell you to go into prostitution and how much money you can earn.
"I could not do any course as I don’t have the right paperwork that would allow me access."

Many women trafficked into sexual slavery have their passport taken from them by their captors and get them hooked on drugs to
foster further dependency on the gang. That's exactly what happened to Helena, a Romanian woman lured to Britain and then forced
to have sex to pay off her "debt" to her traffickers.

Deadly overdose attempt
To make matters worse, the Home Office has delayed making a decision in Neepa's case. With so much uncertainty, Neepa felt she
couldn't go on any longer. "I had to think on a daily basis about whether I would survive," Neepa says.
"I trusted people but they weren’t trustworthy, I feared constant beatings and all that bad treatment and with the delay it makes me feel
the same pain.

"I took an overdose and could not go to the doctors. I was treated at home and those memories come back, you feel so helpless."
Despite the terrible difficulties she's had to deal with, Neepa says the Sophie Hayes Foundation is helping her regain hope through
supporting her education. "I know I can get to a better place and SHF is helping me to make a change in my life," Neepa says.

National emergency
Tragically, cases like Aisha and Neepa's are commonplace in the UK. And since coronavirus, anti-slavery organisations say their job
has become even harder. “If you’re a case worker who is working with a number of survivors, their options to go and meet with their
client, the person they’re helping, will become severely limited," says Ryna Sherazi, from Anti-Slavery International.

“It becomes a very isolating experience for someone who’s already been isolated by their trafficker on purpose.”

Between January and March this year, 2,871 potential victims of modern slavery were referred to the National Referral Mechanism
(NRM) – the Government's framework for identifying cases of modern slavery. Of those referred, nearly half (43 per cent) were children.
The full 2,871 figure is a 14 per cent decrease from the previous quarter, but a 33 per cent increase from the same quarter in 2019.

Counterintuitively, the numbers going down are a worrying sign for anti-slavery organisations.
"Seeing the figures reduced effectively tells us there’s potentially a bigger problem in terms of people getting help, rather then there
being an actual true reduction in modern slavery," Ryna explains.

Ryna adds that traffickers often take away their victims' identifying documents which can make it harder to get help.
So-called "hostile environment" immigration policies mean that victims of human trafficking have been treated as illegal immigrants
by the state. Some victims of modern slavery have therefore been jailed and others have faced deportation while fearing they'd be
killed by their traffickers in their home countries.

“If you are exploited as a victim of human trafficking, of modern slavery, then you must be treated by Britain, by our authorities, as
getting the protection and support that you need as a victim first, and not as an immigration crime," Ryna says.
"We’re hopeful that the Government can be pragmatic about this and put those victims first. Ultimately, that’s what we’re calling for.”

*Names have been changed to protect identities...'
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Once again BIAD shines a light into the darkness to help us see the truth
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(09-06-2020, 12:19 PM)Wallfire Wrote: Once again BIAD shines a light into the darkness to help us see the truth

Well thank you, but there was another incident breaking in Birmingham that I felt needed a couple of days
to ferment in order to see how the media were going to report it. I suggest many who are dismayed with
the current overseas invasion of the UK already knew how this latest one was going to pan-out, but the
manner that many media outlets hide the culprit -if he or she fits into a particular group, was the reason
for my delay.

(The below attack occurred at 12.30.am on Sunday morning of 6th September.)


Quote:MANHUNT Birmingham stabbing suspect ‘confronted man about girl’ before killing one and stabbing seven.

'A smirking knifeman reportedly confronted a man about a girl before murdering one man and stabbing seven
during a frenzied rampage. The killer sparked a huge manhunt after his random attacks in which victims were
stabbed in the neck and head.

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One witness now says the attacker had confronted a victim about chatting to a girl - before suddenly plunging
a knife into his head. He left a 23-year-old man dead during the terrifying rampage, while a woman, 32, and
another man, 19, were in a critical condition.

Police said the attacks, across four areas of Birmingham city centre, did not appear to be motivated by hate
or terrorism.

It comes as:

*The knifeman told horrified witnesses "Whatever" when they confronted him over the rampage
*Police have released CCTV of a man they're hunting after the attacks, which took place over
the course of an hour and a half
*And detectives think victims were picked at random by the killer, who walked calmly through the city
*Late last night, officers said there's a 'team working through the night' to identify and trace the suspect
*The force has also set up a hotline - 0800 056 0944 - so anyone with information can call PCs directly

Areas of the city were still sealed off last night with armed officers on patrol as detectives released CCTV of the
hoodie-wearing suspect. The stabbings, stretching over a 90-minute period, began at 12.30am yesterday morning.
They started in Constitution Hill in the north of the city centre, moving to the Snow Hill area.
The fiend carried out further attacks on Irving Street and Hurst Street.

'TOTALLY DERANGED'
Witnesses told how the killer was seen walking the streets and seemed “chilled”. It is not known if a knife recovered
from a drain was the murder weapon. One witness said: “The knifeman was deranged.
"He went up to a man and confronted him about chatting to a girl. The man had not done anything.
“He plunged a knife into his head. "Then he ran up the road and stabbed a woman.”

Savvas Sfrantzis, 64, said: “He was a black guy, 20 to 25 — very distinctive.”
The bar owner, who shut his bars, said: “I heard a scream and I saw this guy put something in a woman’s neck.
“I could see a blade. He must have stabbed her seven times in the neck then walked off, smirking, as if proud.
“Officers were there straight away and he must have been 50ft away. But they tended to the girl.”
Sahraya Ahmed, 40, said she heard the attacker went up to a group and “cut one of the kids’ throat”.
Cops were tonight still trying to identify the killer.

Ch Supt Steve Graham said: “We are appealing for anyone who recognises the man to contact us urgently.”

This morning on Good Morning Britain, Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson was quizzed on why the
knifeman hadn't been stopped during the 90-minute attack. "That will come out from further inquiries," he said.
"There was a high police presence as there always is on Friday and Saturday nights, but of course it was very crowded."

He said "a lot of people look very, very similar" - and added: "I do commend police for the work they've done."
West Midlands Police later tweeted about the man in the CCTV images: “This man is wanted on suspicion of murder.
Recognise him?”
Two victims were discharged from hospital....'
The Sun:

Anyway, they got him at 4.00.am Monday morning. (Link:)
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There is a pattern forming with these attacks, the people doing them all seem to have "mental problems".
So im thinking that the terrorists are using vulnerable people or training the killers to behave as if they have problems.
So why would they do this ?. Well if it was an terrorist attack people would be upset but stand up to do and get on with life, but if its just some nut cases it brings more fear and restricts peoples freedoms more, as the nut case can be anyone, and the police have no control, no way of stopping them
I have also wondered how much the terrorists are financing the knife gangs. Its all about fear, with fear you get power over people
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(09-07-2020, 10:28 AM)Wallfire Wrote: There is a pattern forming with these attacks, the people doing them all seem to have "mental problems"...

Due to political correctness in the UK and elsewhere, 'mental health problems' is code for radicalisation connected
to religion. In fact, one particular religion that cannot be named due to possible skin pigmentation.

It could well be -as you suggested, that those with unguarded perceptions could be utilised to perform such
acts of terrorism, the fear you mentioned would be generated from within a society because of the unknown
factor, the 'we can't be sure it's them' notion assisted by the Police and the damned media.

The knife-gang issue is certainly something any decent media-outlet should look into, but it may involve the
same system that brings the same media its cocaine! London Journalists need that white powder!
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Quote:Police arrest 'machete-wielding' teenager 'threatening passers-by' on Earlsfield high street

'A young man reportedly threatened passers-by with a machete on a bustling south-west London suburban high street.
A 19-year-old is said to have drawn out the long-bladed knife and used it to threaten people in broad daylight on Garratt
Lane, Earlsfield, at around 4.45pm on Monday afternoon.

Once he spotted members of the Met Police's Violence Suppression Unit arriving on the scene, the man was seen
throwing the knife to the ground and attempting to run away, according to police.

But officers caught up with the 19-year-old. Police said he was also found to be carrying around £4,000 worth of cash
and a stash of cannabis. He was arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon, possession with intent
to supply a class B drug and affray. The teenager remains in custody.

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: "Police were called to Garratt Lane, SW17 at 16:42hrs on Monday, 7 September
to reports of a man threatening people with a machete. "Officers from Violence Suppression Unit and emergency response
arrived at the scene where the man ran away from them.

"As officers chased him he was seen to throw away the weapon. Shortly after he was detained and arrested for possession
of an offensive weapon, possession with intent to supply a class B drug and affray.
"Approximately £4,000 in cash, cannabis and the machete were also seized.

"The man, aged 19, remains in police custody. A female -no further details -was also arrested at the scene on suspicion of
affray."...'
Evening Standard:

Oh... we have a Violence Suppression Unit now. Isn't Londistan great?!
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Is London still part of the UK ?
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(09-09-2020, 09:01 AM)Wallfire Wrote: Is London still part of the UK ?

Not really and to be truthful, it hasn't been part of the UK for almost a hundred years!

The news is formed from the capital's perception and over time, the effect of this false narrative
has assisted in getting the UK to where it is today in regards of media trust.

The BBC constantly report 'up-beat' news on people who's only difference from other people is
their skin colour and even create stories to enhance the belief that they aren't racists.
Which in reality, they are.

The Birmingham stabbing suspect was apprehended and today, named. But look at today's
BBC web page on the incident, they only mention him once. Why...? because of the white
guilt the BBC holds and the fact that the suspect isn't that colour.



Quote:Birmingham stabbings: Man charged with murder.

'A man has been charged with murder and seven counts of attempted murder, after a series of stabbings across
Birmingham city centre.

Zephaniah McLeod, aged 27, of Nately Grove, Selly Oak, is due in court on Wednesday, West Midlands Police said.

Jacob Billington, 23, was killed and seven others injured at four locations over a period of 90 minutes on Sunday.
Mr Billington, from Crosby, Merseyside, was stabbed in Irving Street while enjoying a night out with friends.
A post-mortem examination concluded he died of a stab wound to the neck.

Drummer in band
Mr Billington had been working as a library intern at Sheffield Hallam University and was also a drummer in a band.
A university spokesman said: "Jacob was a Sheffield Hallam graduate and had joined the library as a graduate intern,
where his warmth and enthusiasm made him a greatly valued member of our team.
"Our thoughts and condolences are with his family, friends and colleagues."

His friend, Michael Callaghan, also 23 and a fellow band-mate, was seriously injured in the attack in Irving Street and
remains in hospital in a critical condition.

Both men had previously attended Sacred Heart Catholic College in Crosby, where prayers were said on Monday
evening for their families. In a statement, the school said: "We are saddened at the events in Birmingham which took
Jacob's life and left Michael critically injured.
"We are praying for Michael's recovery and will never forget Jacob, his life touched so many in our school."

A 22-year-old woman, attacked in Hurst Street, remains critical but stable in hospital.
Another man, aged 30, remains in a serious condition in hospital, while four others have been discharged.
Det Ch Insp Jim Munro said: "Since these tragic events unfolded in the early hours of Sunday morning we've had a
team of officers working non-stop on the investigation. "Our driving focus is to secure justice for the victims, their family
and friends. Our sympathies remain with everyone who's been impacted by these terrible crimes."

Three people arrested early on Monday at an address in Selly Oak on suspicion of assisting an offender have all been
released pending investigation, police said....'
BBC:

See...? No picture and only mentioned once, the rest is about the victims.
Now think about why -in a city full of 'diversity', the BBC would limit information about some who'd committed a crime
and happened to be someone of a particular race.
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Here's one for those who appreciate the drop in standards that global migration brings to first-world countries.
Hunting used to be for the countryside... but things change.


Quote:UPDATE: Man shot with crossbow in Uxbridge.

'Detectives are investigating after a man was shot with a crossbow sustaining critical injuries.
Police were called by London Ambulance Service at 20:08hrs on Monday, 14 September to Pield Heath Road
near the junction with Copperfield Avenue, Uxbridge.

Officers attended the location where a 33-year-old man was found suffering an abdominal injury caused by a
crossbow arrow.

He was taken to a west London hospital, where his condition has since been assessed as not life-threatening.
There have been no arrests and enquiries continue. Cordons remain in place at the scene...'
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... shot with a bolt.  Nasty.

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