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Girl gang who kicked woman in the head
while yelling 'kill the white slag' freed after judge
hears 'they weren't used to drinking
because they're Muslims'
Yobs ripped lump of hair from Rhea Page's
head during High Street attack
Three sisters and
cousin escape with six-month suspended sentences
Maximum term for
assault occasioning actual bodily harm is five years' jail
Judge: 'Those who knock someone to the floor and
kick them in the head can expect
to go inside, but I'm
going to suspend the sentence'
A gang of Muslim
girls who repeatedly kicked a young woman in the head walked free
from court after
a judge heard they were 'not used to being drunk' because of their
The group screamed
'kill the white slag' while kicks raining in on 22-year-old Rhea Page
as she lay motionless on the ground, the court heard.
The attackers -
three sisters and their cousin - were told by a judge that normally
they would have been sent to jail.
However, he handed
the girls - all Somalian Muslims - suspended sentences after
hearing that they were not used to alcohol because their religion does
not allow it.
Three of the young women can be seen setting upon Rhea Page, 22, in the
centre of Leicester.
Despite leaving her traumatised, they were handed suspended sentences
Thugs: Rhea Page is seen
lying on the ground after being attacked. The four girls had screamed
'kill the white slag' as they kicked her
Victim: Rhea Page, 22, lost
her job after being traumatised by the attack by a gang of Somalian
Their victim was
left with a bald patch after they pulled a chunk out of her hair during
attack on the High Street, Leicester.
Ambaro and Hibo
Maxamed, both 24, their sister Ayan, 28, and cousin Ifrah Nur, 28, attacked
Rhea, a care worker, as she walked to a taxi rank with her boyfriend
after a night out.
The victim, a
support worker, was left so traumatised that she lost her job following
absences with stress and flashbacks, Leciester Crown Court was told.
The charge -
assault occasioning actual bodily harm - carries a maximum sentence of
years in prison.
prosecuting, said Ambaro Maxamed, who started the violence, had called
Miss Page a 'white bitch' during the incident.
The women, who are
all Somalian Muslims, were not charged with racial aggravation.
Victim Miss Page
said: 'I had gone for a drink after work and then I met my boyfriend
couple more before heading home.
'We didn't want to
stay out too late so we went to get a taxi and all of a sudden I heard
these women shouting abuse at me.
'We were just
minding our own business but they kept shouting "white bitch" and
"white slag" at me.
'When I turned
around one of them grabbed my hair - she literally wrapped her fingers
hair - then threw me on the ground. That's when they started kicking
'They were taking
turns to kick me in the head and back over and over. I was lying on the
ground the whole time, crying and screaming. It was terrifying. I
thought they were going to kill me.
police came but it felt like ages. Afterwards I was covered in blood
'I had a bald
patch on my head where they had yanked my hair out and I was black and
blue all over.
'I honestly think
they attacked me just because I was white. I can't think of any other
bruises and grazes to her head, back, legs and arms, and had clumps of
hair pulled out.
Approach: The girls can be
seen walking towards Miss Page, a care worker, 22, as she walks with
Lewis Moore, 23, through Leicester
Bruised: Police picture of
Rhea page's arm after the attack by the gang of Somalian girls
mitigating for Ambaro Maxamed, said the attack was down to alcohol.
He said: 'Although
Miss Page's partner used violence, it doesn't justify their behaviour.
They're Somalian Muslims and alcohol or drugs isn't something they're
on from the attack, she is still undergoing counselling and suffers
attacks and flashbacks.
The group all
admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm and received six month
Judge Robert Brown
told them: 'This was ugly and reflects very badly on all four of you.
'Those who knock
someone to the floor and kick them in the head can expect to go inside,
going to suspend the sentence.'
He said he
accepted the women may have felt they were the victims of unreasonable
Rhea's partner Lewis Moore, 23, who tried to defend her from the attack.
Sisters Hibo and Ambaro Maxamed, both 24, who attacked Rhea. They were
both given six month suspended jail sentences
Girl gang:Ayan Maxamad, 28,
left, and her cousin Ifrah Nur, 28, who were also involved in the
attack in Leicester
As well as the
suspended sentence, Hibo Maxamed, who needs dialysis three times a week
kidney complaint, received a four-month curfew between 9pm and 6am.
The others were
ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work.
Rhea said after
the hearing: 'It should have been immediate custody after what
happened. It's not
sending out the right message about street violence.
'They were kicking
me in the head right up to the minute the police arrived.
'Even after the
police came and they all ran away, one of them came running back to
kick me in the
head one last time while I was lying unconscious on the ground.'
Rhea, a support
worker who helps care for people with autism and learning difficulties,
sentence was 'disgusting'.
punishment at all and sends out a message that it's okay to do that to
someone,' she said.
'And for them to
say they did it because they were not used to alcohol is not an excuse.
If they were not supposed to be drinking then they shouldn't have been
out in bars at that time of night.
'The attack has
had a devastating affect on my life and they have just been allowed to
get away with it.'
Victims: Rhea, 22, was with
her partner Lewis Moore, 23, when she was attacked. He tried to defend
her, the court was told
on a tram' to spend Christmas behind bars 'for her own protection'
after court views video of alleged racist rant
A woman accused of
launching a vile racist rant on a tram is to spend Christmas behind
bars after she was remanded in custody for her own safety.
the decision to refuse Emma West’s bail application after they heard
she had received death threats and that her address had been circulated
on social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.
outbursts from supporters of Miss West, who shouted ‘treason’ as she
was denied bail at Croydon Magistrates’ Court.
Racist rant: Police took Emma
West into custody after a video (pictured) appeared
on the internet showing a woman apparently abusing tram passengers
Miss West, a
34-year-old mother from New Addington, appeared before JPs charged with
a racially aggravated public order offence in connection with a video
that was heavily circulated on YouTube.
The former dental
assistant bowed her head and sobbed as three magistrates watched the
footage, which has now been seen more than 11 million times online.
When Miss West was
arrested her partner told police that had been a number of death
threats made against her, Eka Ike, prosecuting, told the court.
chairman Ian McNeal said during the hearing: ‘We are told that your
address has been widely circulated on Facebook and Twitter and there
has been numerous death threats.
‘This case has
attracted a high degree of public interest as evidence today. For these
reasons we are remanding you in custody for your own protection.’
supporters shouted ‘treason’ and ‘we love you Emma, be strong’ as she
was led to the cells.
The video is believed to have
been filmed aboard a tram travelling between Croydon and Wimbledon
Earlier, after the
foul-mouthed video was played to the packed court, the court clerk
asked West how she wanted to plead.
‘Not guilty,’ she
Wearing a blue
blouse and a black cardigan, she wiped tears from her face during the
For most of the
time the video was played, around two minutes and 20 seconds, she was
doubled over, out of sight from the public gallery.
Friends and family
gathered to give her support.
The hearing had
been adjourned until 2pm to give time for West to prepare reasons for
her not guilty plea.
When she returned
to the court room, her earlier plea of not guilty was rescinded
due to an administrative error. Court records were amended to show she
has not yet indicated a plea.
West was arrested
on Monday last week for her own safety after the footage was posted on
YouTube on Sunday by LadyK89 and viewed more than 10,000,000 times.
She had been
remanded in custody after he first appearance at Croydon Magistrates’
Court last Tuesday.
Miss West has
elected to have her case dealt with at the crown court. She will next
appear at the same court on January 3 via a video link.