UK Judge Frees Somali Women Guilty of Vicious Assault

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
12/12/2011
       
UK Judge Frees Somali Women Guilty of Vicious Assault

The negative fruits of multiculturalism were on display in the UK’s court system this week.  A British judge set free a gang of Somali women who had severely beaten a white woman in full view of a surveillance camera. Meanwhile, a group of magistrates jailed a white woman — supposedly for her own safety — after she unbosomed an expletive-laced anti-immigrant tirade on a tram.

 

The negative fruits of multiculturalism were on display in the UK’s court system this week.

A British judge set free a gang of Somali women who had severely beaten a white woman in full view of a surveillance camera. Meanwhile, a group of magistrates jailed a white woman — supposedly for her own safety — after she unbosomed an expletive-laced anti-immigrant tirade on a tram.

Gang Attack
The surveillance video of the Somalis' wilding of Rhea Page in June 2010 is shocking. It shows Page and her mate, Lewis Moore, minding their own business when a group of young Somali women suddenly surround her. They begin to punch her repeatedly, knocking her to the ground and kicking her, as Moore tries in vain to rescue her. Such was the ferocity of the beating by the Somalis that they yanked out a large hank of Page's hair.

As London’s Daily Mail reported, the 22-year-old redhead was “was left with a bald patch where her hair was pulled out in the attack and was left ‘black and blue’ after suffering a flurry of kicks to the head, back, arms and legs while motionless on the pavement.”

The attack was, apparently, driven by extreme racial hatred. “Kill the white slag,” the gang of young women shouted as they ravaged Page. "Slag" is a British term for slut.

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Photo: A London tram.

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