Sunday, 25 June 2006

The killer was considering a police career

On 14 March 2012, Jonathan Brown told us this in The Independent:

“A teenager who admitted killing a pensioner in the most serious crime committed during last summer's street disturbances had previously taken part in a school trip to watch a police training exercise combating petrol bomb-throwing rioters.
Darrell Desuze… then 16-year-old was part of a mob which smashed and stole from shops during violence in Ealing, west London, last August… The youth, who admitted the manslaughter of Richard Mannington Bowes by punching him to the ground as he tried to put out a fire in his dustbin, had watched the riot simulation the previous year at a training centre in Gravesend, Kent. Desuze was said to have been impressed by the sight of officers dodging flaming missiles and bricks.

Mr Mannington Bowes, 68, suffered fatal brain injuries when he was punched. The emergency services struggled to reach the retired accountant who was bleeding and unconscious by the time help arrived. He died three days later in hospital...

Desuze, who will be sentenced next month, also pleaded guilty at Inner London Crown Court to violent disorder and had previously admitted burglary at William Hill, Tesco Express, Blockbusters and Fatboys Thai restaurant during the riot.
His mother, Lavinia Desuze, 31, will stand trial on Monday accused of perverting the course of justice by destroying the clothes he wore."
Lavinia Desuze is 31. Her murderous son is 17.

Here is the enrichment the race laws were designed to protect. Here is the diversity the PC Crowd aggressively promote and encourage.

Here is the golden future our all-seeing, all-knowing parliamentarians sold us down the river for.

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