I want to compare a list of Rotherham people charged with offences during the recent right wing demo, with one of those attending the meeting where a bunch of old boys decided unilaterally that their community should boycott the Police.
My guess is there will a few matches… your information might help.
No one can question the Mirpuri’s concerns about racially inspired attacks and all decent Rotherham people understand and sympathise.
Yet my understanding is that the Police fairly promptly arrested and have started the due legal process for those suspected in the two most high profile cases; the serious beating up of a taxi driver and the killing of an innocent and well respected elderly gentleman. Well done them.
Normally one takes offence with the Police when they fail to deliver arrests.
So what we really know is that the boycott was called as an attempt to influence the course of justice, and get the 12 Rotherham Mirpuri arrested during the recent disturbances set free without charges. An old Akhtar trick, being pathetically replicated by Hussain, aka Mini-Asbo.
It failed, thanks be, and the 12 have been charged. Let justice prevail. Let a court decide.
Muhbeen Hussain has proven to have very poor political judgement, his so called boycott only added to racial tensions. It failed, and only angered a lot of good people from all communities.
It also exposed him as having no influence or clout, and indeed to have been patronised; patted on the head like a child, by kind words, but totally ignored by the Police and the MP. I’m certain both realise he is not what he claims or appears to be.
Hussain attempted to save izat by spinning the boycott withdrawal to appear a victory, as if he forced the Police’s hands by agreeing to…what? Nothing that wasn’t already planned. Sucker.
That it failed, shows his only real ability is self-publicity. Now he is chip papers.
Lastly, thanks to the police for sorting out both right wing out of town thugs and our local variety of violent thicko’s. Not often that is said here, but praise where it is due.