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Bijan Ebrahimi, a keen gardener, took pictures of local youths as they attacked his plants and intended to hand the photographs to police as evidence.
But instead officers were called when he was seen with the camera and he was led away for questioning as residents chanted “paedo, paedo”.
Officers realised their mistake at the police station and he was released, but rumours had already begun circulating that he was a child abuser and two days later he was beaten unconscious, dragged into the street and set on fire.
reply to post by Cabin
This is the sick type of lynch mob mentality these save-the-children types work themselves into. They are usually just as bad, or in this case worse, than the offender.
Am not sure there is any surprise here.
Have you seen discussions about this on ATS? It's the one topic I've seen that would make some people legalize slavery and encourage torture.
WELCOME TO AMERICA!!!!
reply to post by Skywatcher2011
How ridiculous is that logic - using the very same reasoning, the attackers could have had a gun or two themselves, then we have a shoot out in quiet West Country village...
Oh, by the way, we are actually allowed to own guns in the UK anyway, we just love them (and never have) like our colonial cousins..
Btw, I thought the only guns allowed in UK were water pistols...my bad.