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don't like to say but is it only we White Nationalists who seem to see
that non-White killers of White people seem to be given much more
lenient sentences than those that White killers of non-White people get
if there's any element of 'racism' involved? Or is it that no-one else
dare to comment just in case they get called 'racist'?
Man killed by single blow amid rise in
A MAN died after he was
punched in the street after a weekend of growing racial tensions in a
Dewsbury neighbourhood, a court heard yesterday.
Jack Carter was struck one blow by Mohammed Nazakat Alam which twisted
his head in such a way that it ruptured an artery, causing internal
bleeding. He died in hospital three days later, on August 31.
Leeds Crown Court heard yesterday that Alam had lashed out after he and
a group of others arrived in Victoria Road, Thornhill Lees, in time to
see Mr Carter’s girlfriend Melanie Boocock behaving in a threatening
way, racially abusing some Asian men.
They included one who had allegedly been the victim of a serious
aggravated burglary a couple of days earlier at his home in Victoria
Road, when he and his family were attacked by a man armed with knives.
That had led to the police being involved and the arrest of a friend of
Mr Carter and his partner.
Christopher Tehrani, prosecuting, told the court that incident had led
to “a degree of tension between the Asian and white communities living
around Victoria Road”.
Mr Carter was also being abusive when he first left his friend’s home
in Victoria Road, but had calmed down and was just watching the
confrontation as his partner abused the Asian men about the arrest,
when Alam suddenly ran over and struck him.
After he fell to the ground unconscious another resident of the street,
Nisar Shah, came out of his house and stood on Mr Carter’s face,
causing further minor injuries. After realising Mr Carter was seriously
hurt, however, Shah then tried to help him.
Mr Carter was taken to Dewsbury District Hospital where scans and
X-rays revealed he had a fractured skull and serious bleeding around
the brain, from which he died.
Julian Goose QC, for Alam, said the blow was of moderate force against
a background of racial hostility and the consequences were wholly
unintended. “A punch doesn’t normally cause someone to die,” he added.
Alam, 25, of Beckett Lane, Dewsbury Moor, admitted the manslaughter of
Mr Carter, 39, of Bretton Street, Savile Town, Dewsbury, and was jailed
for 21 months.
Sentencing him, the Recorder of Leeds, Judge Peter Collier QC, said he
accepted Alam was angered and provoked by Miss Boocock’s behaviour but
the punch he threw at Mr Carter had tragic consequences. His death had
devastated his family.
Shah, 40, then of Victoria Road, Thornhill Lees, was given a six- month
prison sentence suspended for two years, with 120 hours unpaid work
after admitting assaulting Mr Carter, causing him actual bodily harm.
After the case Mr Carter’s family said in a statement: “We are still
completely devastated at the loss of Jack, who was a fantastic bloke, a
brilliant brother, son and uncle. We all miss him terribly.”
“Whilst the family do not feel that these people wanted to kill Jack,
he did not deserve to die in this way, so we did want justice.”
DCI Mark Ridley said: “The tragic circumstances of Mr Carter’s death
should serve as a clear warning that a single punch can end a life.”
Superintendent Dave Lunn thanked the community for its support during
the investigation. He said there was always the potential for
individuals to seek to exploit tensions in such cases “but the trust
given the police had led to a positive outcome”.