Monday, 16 January 2012

The multicult used the Stephen Lawrence case to advance its agenda, institutionalising systematic discrimination against the indigenous population of Britain. Since then, the Muslims have been on the hunt for a Stephen Lawrence case of their own. In Scotland, they think they've found one.
THE Lord Advocate and police need to go on the "front foot" and appeal for fresh witnesses to the murder of waiter Surjit Singh Chhokar more than 13 years ago, it has been claimed.

Pressure is mounting on the Crown Office to reopen the case following the prosecution of those who murdered Stephen Lawrence and the introduction of new double jeopardy laws in Scotland which allow an accused to be tried for the same crime twice.

Mr Chhokar, 32, was killed outside his home in Overtown, North Lanarkshire, in 1998. Three local men were tried for his murder in two separate trials but not one was found guilty of the offence.

...Solicitor Aamer Anwar, who has long campaigned for justice on behalf of Mr Chhokar's family, said the Lord Advocate and Strathclyde Police should not miss "the window of opportunity" and make a public appeal for witnesses to come forward.
Source: The Herald

On Sunday, there was a real Scottish Stephen Lawrence, though. Two Asians murdered a 57-year-old European in an unprovoked attack. Let's see if this case gets as much publicity as Stephen Lawrence did or the Indian who was murdered in Manchester a couple of weeks ago.
William McKeeney, 57, was targeted while returning home after buying fish and chips at the end of a night out, and detectives are searching for two Asian men in connection with his death.

It is believed Strathclyde Police have not ruled out a racist motive for the attack in Glasgow's south side at around 12.40am yesterday.

Neighbours last night suggested the victim, from Melville Street, Pollokshields, had previously encountered trouble with a group of young Asian men who had slashed the tyres of his car.

Detective Chief Inspector David Gailey, of Strathclyde Police, said Mr McKeeney had been socialising locally in the hours before his death.

He added: "At the moment it would appear that it was a completely unprovoked and violent attack. I do not know at this time if he met the two men responsible on his way home or close to his house."

Shocked local people paid tribute to Mr McKeeney, who was described as a "lovely guy".

A woman who lives directly across from Mr McKeeney's home said: "Our dining room is right beside where he was found but we didn't hear a thing. We just looked out the window and saw him lying there right outside our close. Then we saw his wife come out and the ambulance take him away."

The bottom half of Melville Street, in a largely residential area, was cordoned off yesterday and a police van with five officers guarded the area. Forensic officers were also on the scene.

John Robertson, 43, a neighbour of the victim for more than a decade, said he was "absolutely shocked" by the incident.

He said: "It is quite a quiet neighbourhood, we would never expect anything like this."

Another neighbour, who asked not to be named, said they thought Mr McKeeney had experienced trouble with gangs.

He said: "I think he had had trouble with a group of young Asian men. They had slashed the tyres on his car."

Pollokshields councillor David Meikle said: "It is important that all aspects are looked into, including the possibility that it may have been a racially motivated crime."

Strathclyde Police said both suspects were of Asian appearance. One is 6ft 4in and thin-built, and was wearing a light-coloured hooded tracksuit top and light grey tracksuit bottoms. The second man was of average height and build and wore a navy tracksuit.

The crime scene is in the street next to that where 15-year-old Kriss Donald was kidnapped before he was tortured and murdered in 2004. Four men of Pakistani origin were sentenced to life in prison for his murder.
Source: The Herald


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