Saturday, 7 November 2009

Racial attacks on whites don't count

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Dewsbury Ethnic Cleansing Update:

Police refuse to classify vicious assault on British teenager as racially motivated, while attacks escalate.


DaisyManone

A LONE teenage boy was knocked unconscious, stabbed in the hand and had his teeth knocked loose by a gang who stole his bicycle.
His traumatised mum said her son was out with friends at Rectory Park in Thornhill, just hours after the family returned from holiday on Friday.

He was expected home at 9pm, but at 8.50pm the gang of about 10 to 15, who had been in the park, chased him.

They hit his head with a brick, stabbed him in the hand with a screwdriver and kicked him, before taking his bike, a £200 blue and green BMX given to him at Christmas.

The 14-year-old tried to stagger home, but collapsed unconscious at the bottom of Frank Lane, where he was found by a passer-by.

The boy had his two front teeth knocked loose, his hand was broken, he needed five stitches to a head wound, and was stabbed in the other hand.

His 40-year-old mother, who did not want to be named, said: "Nothing prepared me for what I saw. He was on the bench in the bus stop. The guy was supporting him, holding him up and he had a towel on his head.

"He was covered in blood and you could see skull in the cut on his forehead. I thought I was going to lose him. I was a wreck."

The boy was taken to Dewsbury and District Hospital and stayed overnight before being taken to Pinderfields for further treatment.

His mum added: "He doesn't want to go out, he won't leave the house. It's upset the whole family."

Insp Jenny Thompson said: "This was a vicious, unprovoked attack that has left him with serious injuries."

Last night, police arrested three Asian youths in the Savile Town area in connection with the attack.

The 14-year-old boy and two 16-year-old boys are currently in custody.

Dewsbury reporter

AND IN THE SAME NEWSPAPER...

A LABOURER was kicked in the head and needed stitches after an unprovoked attack.
Robert Dyson was attacked by a gang of men at 11pm on Friday. He was walking to his home in Ouzelwell Crescent, Thornhill Lees, after a quiet night out in Dewsbury.

The attack left him with a split lip, which needed internal and external stitches, and a gashed ear.

Robert, 46, said: "I looked over towards the play area and I saw five Asian lads and two white girls. One of the lads said, 'what are you looking at?' I said, 'nothing', and carried on walking.

"Then they ran over and stood round me in a circle."

One man punched Robert in the face. They pulled his shirt and knocked him off balance so he fell to the floor.

He said: "Two of them started kicking me. One of the lasses shouted, 'leave him alone, he hasn't done anything'."

The group then walked away and Robert continued home where he realised he needed hospital treatment.

He said: "I've been walking home for years and nothing like this has ever happened. I don't know what would have happened if the girls hadn't been there.

"Now I am just hoping one of them comes forward."

Police have issued descriptions of two of the youths. One is described as Asian, aged 18 to 21 and was wearing a white T-shirt, a second man of a similar age was wearing a baseball cap.

Witnesses should call on 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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