23 Jan 2013
Ah, yes, the "I ain't did nothing" defense. And the always popular "she had it coming", in this case, with value added "dirty lying kuffir [insert obscenity of choice here]". Let me guess: the families of these fine gents are doing the "islamophobia tapdance and sing along".
23 Jan 2013
Australian journalist Paul Sheehan wrote a book called "Girls Like You" that describes the tactics used by Mohammedan males in Sydney, when on trial for gang-raping non-Muslim girls. They were very similar to the tactics being used by the vile mohammedthugs in the UK.
Perhaps Mr Sheehan could be encouraged to start tracking this string of cases in the UK, with a view to writing a companion volume.
Further note: these girls in the UK, currently testifying, are to be commended for courage. I will pray that they receive the physical, spiritual and psychological support that they will undoubtedly need. Is there some way that, for example, the Mothers' Union could offer support to them? At the very least, they should be at the top of the prayer lists of every MU group across the UK.
Are the public attending these trials? Ideally, a large phalanx of nice, plump, calm, motherly ladies - and some large, no-nonsense, sturdy, gentlemen - should be occupying the public gallery whenever these girls are testifying and being cross-examined.
For if I know anything at all about the Mohammedan mob, the families and friends of the unrepentant, strutting, lying, denying rapist-torturers will be out in force, doing their best to intimidate and insult the girls. It was what the Muslim mob did in Sydney when two different sets of Mohammedan gang rapists - one lot Lebanese Muslim, the other lot Pakistani Muslim - were being tried. The vilest of abuse was screamed and spat at the Aussie non-Muslim girl victims, by be-hijabbed witches.
The only way to counter that, is for the non-Muslims to turn out in a massive show of solidarity with the non-Muslim victims; for non-Muslims supporters of the victims, on those days that people are permitted in the public gallery, to muster a larger crowd than the Muslims do.
23 Jan 2013
I believe that one (of several) reasons why this trial of men from Oxford is being held in London over 50 miles away and the similar trial of the men from Rochdale was held in Liverpool some 35 miles away is to make it difficult for the camp followers to attend on a daily basis.
The trial is expected to last into March. Tomorrow there will be no evidence given, but legal submissions. They may not be reported.