Thursday, 20 July 2006

John Saunderson-Smith murdered by thieving Polish builders

On 17 July 2012, The Daily Mail informed us thus:

"A reclusive multimillionaire was beaten to death by Polish builders in a vain attempt to get him to reveal where he kept his hoard of cash...

William John Saunderson-Smith... was found in the attic bedroom of a house he was renovating in West Kensington...

Slawomir Bugajewski, 39, and Dawid Rymar, 24, both of Acton, west London, and Ireneusz Mydlarz, 37, of Edgware, north London, who had carried out renovation work for the tycoon just weeks earlier, deny murder.

Following the killing, Rymar and Bugajewski took a coach from Victoria Coach Station in central London back to their homeland - stopping off on the way for a three-day break in Paris where they posed in front of the Eiffel Tower, the court heard. Mydlarz flew directly back to Poland, but is said to have blown hundreds on designer clothes and an iPad during a spending spree just hours after the killing.
One of the defendants later told police they took £2,000 but officers later found they missed £225,000 hidden in and around the bedroom...

Aftab Jafferjee QC, prosecuting, said... 'He had plainly retired to bed. He was obviously taken by surprise - the range and extent of his injuries being far beyond anything required merely to subdue him, which suggests a beating to get him to reveal where his money was before he was finally finished off'."
There's a moral to this story.

Can't for the life of me think what it is. But it might have something to do with unwanted immigrants, unemployed Brits, penny-pinching, the EU, traitorous politicians and predictable homicide.

Oh, and the PC Crowd. I think it's got something to do with them as well. In so far as they will definitely carry right on two-fingering the British workman and making the fullest possible use of the foreign undercutter.

Whatever the risks happen to be.

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