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Police “allegedly” Lying - Surely not ?

Police “allegedly” Lying - Surely not ? | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Two Manchester policemen in court accused of giving false evidence during EDL and UAF protest


Two policemen accused of giving false evidence about an English Defence League and Unite Against Fascism march in Bolton appeared in court today.

The Greater Manchester Police serving officers Inspector Robert Cantrell and Constable Alan Glover are on trial charged with perverting the course of justice.

The pair are suspected of giving untruthful evidence that led to the arrest of a man during the protest in March 2010.

The man was charged with a public order offence during the EDL and UAF’s march.

Both officers appeared in York Crown Court to give their names and dates of birth – they will appear again on September 17.

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Who you trying to kid Mo ?

Who you trying to kid Mo ? | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

A 21-year-old man on trial accused of deliberately stabbing his mother in the face told the jury he loved her and it was an accident.

Mohammed Zanul Islam Hussain denies wounding Hafsa Begum with intent to cause her grievous bodily harm on August 13 last year.

Mrs Begum suffered a life-threatening injury when the knife narrowly missed the main blood vessel to her brain.

Today Hussain, of Water Lily Road, Heaton, Bradford, told Bradford Crown Court he was shocked when he realised what he had done.


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Afghan who helped torch car in London riots spared jail due to traumatic childhood - Telegraph

Afghan who helped torch car in London riots spared jail due to traumatic childhood - Telegraph | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
An Afghan refugee who helped set a police car ablaze in the London riots has been let off because of the violence he saw in his home country.


Nooragha Zadran, 18, said he was only five when both of his parents were killed in the Afghanistan when a bomb struck their home.
He was left to fend for his younger brother by begging on the streets. He left the boy in a playground and never found him again.
He arrived in Britain as a young boy and had been in the care of social services since.
But during the disorder that blighted Britain last August he threw rocks at police and lit the rag that was used to set fire to a parked car in Lewisham, southeast London, a court heard.
However he walked free from court today after Judge Nigel Seed QC described his case as "exceptional."
"No other defendant will have appeared in front of the courts in such circumstances. That is why you are not being sentenced to two to three years in prison," he said.
Inner London Crown Court heard that Zadran, who works at a mobile phone kiosk in Lewisham, is 'extremely vulnerable' and prone to exploitation as a result of his childhood.
He also suffers from severe post traumatic stress disorder, stress and anxiety, and was handed a 12 months sentence, suspended for two years.
The judge said: "I take into account the fact that at an early age you were living in war torn Afghanistan where you would have been exposed to violence everyday.
"The family home was bombed and the explosion killed your mother and father, leaving you and your siblings orphans.
"You were left to beg because of your destitution.
"You left your younger brother in a playground to try and beg, and he then disappeared and all this happened before you were ten years old.
"You suffered from post traumatic stress disorder, and a particularly complex form of post traumatic stress disorder, which is very serious and makes you vulnerable to exploitation, and unable to think clearly."
Neil Griffin, defending had told the court that he had got involved in "half an hour of madness" and he wished "he could turn the clock back."
Prosecutor Gordon Carse told the court that Zadran had been caught after a media appeal in December, and was spotted in Lewisham town centre in his mobile phone kiosk.
"There was a group of young men, who had began instigating attacks on the police, throwing things at them," he said.
"On CCTV the defendant is seen breaking up a brick and taking the pieces and throwing it at them.
"The group moves away and he is with them. There is a blue Citroen vehicle which is alight, and the defendant lights a cloth from it and goes toward a red Vauxhall Tigra.
"There is a basis of plea that he did not set fire to the car, but left the burning cloth near it, knowing others would. The Vauxhall Tigra is then consumed by flames."
Zadran was ordered to pay £2,000 to the owner of the car, and required to attend mental health treatment as part of his sentence.
Zadran, of Rotherhithe, southeast London, admitted one count of violent disorder and arson.

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Juror fined £450 after smoking cannabis joint on break from rape trial

Juror fined £450 after smoking cannabis joint on break from rape trial | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Shezad Hussain admits contempt of court after juror on another case spotted him smoking at bus stop during lunch hour.


A juror on a rape trial who smoked a cannabis joint in his lunch hour was today fined £450 after admitting contempt of court.

Shezad Hussain, 26, smoked the drug at a bus stop just yards from the entrance to Bolton crown court, Greater Manchester.

But he was spotted by a juror on another case who alerted police. Hussain at first denied but then admitted the offence, blaming stress following a violent attack on his family-owned corner shop by “gangsters”.

The father of one from Bolton had been one of 12 jurors on a week-long case of a man accused of raping a child.

Hussain was dismissed from the jury on Monday, charged with contempt of court and told to speak to a solicitor.

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