Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Muslim hate crime in Britain

Just one question.  Why are these five Muslims not being tried for a religiously motivated hate crime instead of common assault?  Two white Britons were recently sentenced to 12 months and 11 months for the "hate crime" of hanging bacon on the door knobs of a mosque.  Evidently, violently enforcing Sharia law on the streets of London is not a hate crime.

The base cause of all this of course is political correctness, multi-culturalism and abject cowardice on the part of government.  These are the same reasons govrnment has for importing uncounted, unassimilated, uncontrollable Muslims from around the world.


Gang of five men 'smashed American tourist's eye socket with a bottle of Jagermeister after they saw him drinking in east London street - three days after he arrived in Britain'

    Gang of men attacked student Francesco Hounye, 23, in east London
    Men snatched a bottle of Jagermeister from American and hit him with it
    Shocking CCTV appears to show gang beating student up and chasing him
    Three of the men have admitted GBH following attack last June - with the fourth admitting GBH with intent
    Samad Uddin, 24, claims it is a case of mistaken identity and denies GBH with intent

By Lizzie Edmonds

Published: 10:19 EST, 24 June 2014 | Updated: 13:19 EST, 24 June 2014

A gang of men attacked an American student while he was drinking in the street - grabbing a glass bottle from his hands and smashing it over his head, a court was told.

Francesco Hounye, 23, from Florida, had been in Britain for just three days when he was set upon by the men while he was walking home with a friend in Shadwell, east London.

American student Francesco Hounye, 23, centre, was walking home with friends when he was attacked by a group of men. They chased him before snatching his bottle of Jagermeister and smashing him over the head with it

The American student was walking in east London when the mob, pictured, attacked him - kicking him in the head before smashing him over the head with the bottle

They then chased him, beat him, and smashed the bottle over his head, Snaresbrook Crown Court heard.

CCTV footage shows Mr Hounye being kicked mercilessly as he lay crouched in the road.

The student suffered extensive injuries - including a smashed eye socket.

A fourth man, Samad Uddin, 24, is on trial for grievous bodily harm after the four others admitted their roles in the attack.

Uddin claims he is a victim of mistaken identity.

Paul Casey, prosecuting, said: 'This case involves a group attack involving all five of these men on one person, Mr Francesco Hounye.

Article contionues HERE.