Hopefully the police
will start targetting the real criminals instead of White people who
have been so wound up at the police turning a blind-eye to crimes by a
certain section of the 'community' (we're sure you know who we mean)
they feel that taking the law into their own hands is the only way to
protect their families from the paedophiles.
of 200 youths pelt police with bricks and smash up shops 'in anger at
on-going sex grooming trial'
- Extra police
presence will be on the streets tonight
Police were pelted with
bricks and other missiles last night as hundreds of youths went on the
Takeaways were targeted
in an evening of disorder understood to be linked to the on-going trial
of a suspected grooming gang at Liverpool Crown Court.
A mob of around 200
youths congregated in the centre of the Heywood area of Rochdale,
Greater Manchester, last night as trouble began.
One shop-owner told how
he was abused by a group of youths , who called him a 'dirty b*stard'.
Out in force: Greater Manchester
Police were forced to deploy riot vans as the angry mob swelled to
around 200 youths
A police officer
suffered bruising to his legs and arms in the disturbances.
A car belonging to a
member of the public and three police vehicles were also damaged.
Police has confirmed more police will be out on patrol today amid fears
of a second night of violence.
A 35-year-old man was
arrested on suspicion of a public order offence and police assault and
a 14-year-old boy was arrested for causing danger to a public highway.
The area became swamped
with police in riot vans and the mob of young people was eventually
dispersed by officers at about 11pm.
Zeeshan Khokhar, 23,
owner of Bits n Pizza, a take-away on Market Street, said he was
verbally abused, though his shop was not damaged.
Mr Khokhar said 'white
friends' came to his shop to protect him as trouble began brewing.
He said: 'It started
about 4pm, kids banging on windows. They were shouting, "Why are you
still open you dirty b*******?".
'The police came and
told us to shut up shop. We are just doing business.
'Our white friends, they
came here and they are protecting us and customers were standing
outside our door.
'They said we have just
come to keep an eye on you.
'But it’s not good, it
hurts and we are very worried about what’s going to happen.'
Mr Khokhar said he only
took over the shop seven weeks ago and his business has nothing to do
with the trial in Liverpool.
Prepared: Riot police were brought
in to help quell last night's disturbance
It is believed Asian takeaway
businesses were target in the disorder that saw officers attacked with
bottles and other missiles
Constable Terry Sweeney said last night: 'Greater Manchester Police, in
conjunction with its partners and communities, is aware of the tensions
in the borough that have come about because of an on-going court case
'I understand that there
will be concern following this evening’s events, and to offer
reassurance there is a significant police presence in the area this
We will maintain and
increase police presence in the coming weeks to keep up our reassurance.
'We ask that the
community acts responsibly during this difficult time.
'We are monitoring
social media sites and ask anybody who is concerned or has information
to share with us to go either through their local neighbourhood
policing team, Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or by GMP using the 101
Inspector Steve Clark,
GMP’s neighbourhood police inspector for Heywood said: 'There were a
number of young children out this evening and I would like to ask that
their parents are conscious of this in the coming days and weeks.'
There will be extra patrols of the
streets of Heywood tonight amid fears of further unrest
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