June 2024

UK Government – Getting away with murder?

Today I wanted to write about the strange unexplained death of Kevin Crehan

But first, just a little tale of everyday life in Birmingham.

Birmingham – What is an Asian?

Probably many readers have seen the news reports about a double rape of a 15-year-old girl in lovely multi-cultural Birmingham. First the girl was ‘enriched’ (raped) by a man in a deserted train station. Then, when she ran out of the station to get help, a man in a car stopped and gave her another healthy helping of multi-cultural enrichment.

Amazingly, the police actually released descriptions of the two sex attackers.

The first attacker is described as Asian with light skin, brown eyes, was of a skinny build and about 6ft tall. He was wearing a track suit top and bottoms, black trainers and was in his early 20s.

The second attacker is also described as Asian, in his early 20s, 5ft 6/7ins tall, of large build with a tight-cropped beard and was wearing a blue jumper and black jeans.

Not being an expert on police matters, I’m not exactly sure what the police mean by “Asian”. Asia is quite a big place with all sorts of different people living there. Were the rapists Chinese? Malaysian? Indonesian? Japanese? Thais? Sikhs? Who knows? It’s a complete mystery.

Of course, some waacciiisssttts have suggested that “Asian” means the two rapists were both Moozerlums:

But surely, if this was true, the police who are paid by us to protect us would tell us the truth and not use the general term “Asian”?

Getting away with murder?

A few readers might remember the case of Kevin Crehan.

The 35-year-old man was serving a 12 month sentence for what the mainstream media called “a bacon attack on a mosque in Bristol”.

I’m not sure about you, but when I see the word “attack”, I think of someone shooting people, stabbing them with a knife or running them over using a hired or stolen truck of peace. I would hardly consider placing some bacon on the door handles to a mosque and tying a St George’s flag to the fence an “attack”.

Jamia mosque in Bristol

The Jamia mosque in Totterdown, which was at the centre of the “attack”

However, that was not the view of our learned judges. Crehan got a 12-month prison sentence for his “vile hate crime”. Incidentally, that’s more than three “Asian” men received from a court a couple of days ago after a campaign of violence when they rampaged through Liverpool city centre asking people if they were Moozerlum and then beating to a pulp anyone who couldn’t recite from the Great Book.

That’s what I would have called an “attack”.

Anyway, it was revealed on 29 December 2016 that the reasonably healthy 35-year-old Crehan had “died in custody”.

The Ministry of Justice released the following statement.

HMP Bristol prisoner Kevin Crehan died in custody on Tuesday 27 December. As with all deaths in custody, the independent Prisons and Probation Ombudsman will investigate.

Crehan died over 6 months ago. It normally takes about 3 or 4 days for a post mortem examination to establish a cause of death. Yet since Crehan’s death no information has been released about the cause of death and all Freedom of Information requests have been blocked. As for the supposed ‘investigation’ by the Prisons and Probations Ombudsman, well, I suspect we’ll be waiting a long time for that. Moreover, the mainstream media and the BBC and Channel 4 News haven’t shown any great inclination to find out what really happened to Crehan.
Some cynics might think that Crehan wasn’t just sentenced to 12 months, but he was actually sentenced to death by a judge who knew full well that, once Crehan was safely inside a prison run by violent “Asian” gangs, he was as good as dead. Crehan, who had a criminal record, may not have been one of God’s best children. But surely a “bacon attack” didn’t deserve a death sentence?
So, it looks like our Government has once again got away with murder.

7 comments to UK Government – Getting away with murder?

  • smiff

    for how long is this politically correct nonsense censorship sustainable?

  • Gloria from Victoria

    …and why exactly is the establishment so overly protective/afraid of certain ethnics?

  • MGJ

    Tommy Robinson has also related how he received a de facto death sentence courtesy of the legal system but managed to survive with merely being beaten half to death instead.

    We now have state murder, as you say, but without all the messy stuff involving democracy, Parliament, due process, appeals etc.

    Far easier just to imprison people with a load of ISIS fanatics and stand back while they do the dirty work.

  • zx80

    Its stuff like this.
    The continual coverups, the non sentences for violent religion of peace scum attacking people, the mis/non/disreporting of anything to do with the subject, which is creating white radicalism.
    And once that lid comes off, youll see what a backlash really is all about.
    Tensions are rising, anger and frustration are growing as is resentment towards all those enablers in “authority”, the complicit media and the judiciary who refuse dogmatically to address the problem.

    Watch it get sorted in the most violent manner imaginable.
    I dont want to be around when it goes off tho, neither should anyone else and the only ones to blame for the coming civil war are those who keep on covering up, keep on bullying and keep on ignoring the issue.
    Theyre laying the ground for conflict and sooner or later theyll get it.
    Thatll be a sad day for all.

  • Lawrence Hare

    The authorities are afraid because imams have an awful lot of clout,they can order all those in the mosque to turn out and take to the streets for some reason in an instant and tear the place up

  • Baroness Bonkers

    I’m just curious ss to why we have a M….m member of the Cabinet. It can’t be for his ability as he seems rubbish to me.

  • zx80

    Baroness Bonkers
    July 28, 2017 at 9:46 pm

    I’m just curious ss to why we have a M….m member of the Cabinet. It can’t be for his ability as he seems rubbish to me.

    Its called “Tokenism”.

    Its to make ethnics feel welcome, invited, appreciated, useful etc.
    Theyre not picking them becuase they have anything useful to offer, theyre doing it for idealogical reasons to appear to be “inclusive”.
    Also known as pandering.

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