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Vincent Hickey charged with 15 drug offences

Posted in Murders, police and the legal system with tags , , , , , on June 15, 2012 by britishloyalist

ONE of the men wrongly convicted of the murder of Midland paperboy Carl Bridgewater has been charged with multiple drug offences.

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Vincent Hickey, 54, was arrested by West Mercia Police and is due to appear at Redditch Magistrates Court next week.

He has been charged with 15 drug offences including possession with intent to supply a Class A drug, namely heroin.

Hickey was one of three men jailed in 1979 for the murder of the 13-year-old paperboy at Yew Tree Farm in Stourbridge.

He and his cousin Michael Hickey and Jimmy Robinson were jailed for life and a fourth man, Patrick Molloy, was jailed for manslaughter.

The men always protested their innocence and became known as the Bridgewater Four during their long campaign to have the convictions quashed.
They were eventually freed in 1997 when the prosecution accepted that fresh evidence left the case against them fundamentally flawed.

Dad-of-one Hickey, from Redditch, will appear before magistrates on June 6.

He is charged with possession with intent to supply a Class A drug; two counts of possession with intent to supply a Class B drug; possession of a Class C drug; possession of a Class A drug; and two counts of possession of a Class B drug.

Hickey is also charged with possession of a Class C drug; possession with intent to supply a Class A drug; possession of a Class A drug; possession with intent to supply a Class A drug; possession of a Class A drug; possession with intent to supply a Class A drug; possession of a Class A drug and possession of a Class C drug.

It is understood the alleged offences occurred between July and October 2011.

Speaking earlier this year, on the eve of the 15th anniversary of his release, Vincent Hickey told how he is haunted by memories of the 19 years he spent behind bars.

He also said he hopes that the real killers of 13-year-old Carl will eventually be caught.

“It may be 15 years since I was freed from prison, but in my head I am still locked up inside. I will never be free of this,” he said.

“I saw prisoners pouring saucepans of boiling fat over each other, stabbings and I must have witnessed more than 20 murders.

“Now I see all of this in my dreams and I am always fighting for my life. My heart pounds when I wake up and when I go to sleep the nightmares begin again.”

“I think if they found who really did it, it would be a big help to me.”

The 54-year-old revealed he suffers from post-traumatic stress syndrome after he was wrongly jailed for shooting Carl at the isolated Yew Tree Farm in September, 1978.

Hickey, his cousin Michael and James Robinson walked free from jail on February 22, 1997 after the High Court quashed their murder convictions.

Patrick Molloy was jailed for 12 years for manslaughter but died in prison in 1981 before his application for leave to appeal could be heard.

James Robinson died in 2007, after losing a battle with lung cancer.

Yaseen Ali Ege murder: Jury sent home after considering verdict

Posted in islam UK, Murders, police and the legal system with tags , , on June 15, 2012 by britishloyalist

A jury has been sent home and will continue considering its verdicts in the case of Yaseen Ali Ege – a primary schoolboy said to have been repeatedly beaten until he died – on Monday.

The seven-year-old was found when firefighters answered a 999 call to his family home in Severn Road, Cardiff, almost two years ago.

He was thought to be a victim of the blaze but later discovered to have a catalogue of what were described as non-accidental injuries, including fractures.

Sara Ege, 32, denies murdering the son she gave birth to after IVF treatment and has also denied perverting the course of justice. Her husband, Yousuf Ali Ege, 38, has pleaded not guilty to failing to protect their only son.

Summing up the case at the end of a trial which began at the beginning of May, the judge, Mr Justice Royce, told jurors that cases such as this one inevitably gave rise to strong emotions.

But they had to put all feelings aside and approach their task dispassionately, calmly and fairly.

He said in order to convict Sara Ege, they had to be sure she caused the injuries which led to Yaseen’s death on July 12, 2010, failing to get the medical attention he needed to survive and then setting him on fire.
If they find she did kill her son but was suffering from an abnormality of mind at the time, then they should find her guilty of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

To convict her husband, he said, they must be sure he knew or should have known his son could be at risk and failed to take steps.

Maths graduate Sara Ege confessed to killing Yaseen but later blamed her husband for the fatal attack and said he had forced her to take the blame.

Yousuf Ege has told the jury he never hit his child and did not threaten or intimidate his wife.

Marie Wilks M50 Murder

Posted in Murders, police and the legal system with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 15, 2012 by britishloyalist

The passage of twenty years has done nothing to diminish the horror of the murder of Marie Wilks on that June day in 1988

The images from the case are still too strong and too shocking:

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the heavily pregnant mother being abducted and stabbed as she made an emergency call from the side of the M50 motorway;
the chilling recording of the Police operative who took that call, forlornly repeating “Mrs Wilks” over and over again, with only the sound of motorway traffic coming in reply, after he’d put Marie on hold to speak to her mother;
the knowledge that the murdered woman’s eleven year old sister, who’d been left in the broken down car, walked up the motorway hard-shoulder, cradling Marie’s year-old baby in her arms, and that none of the estimated 200 cars that passed her stopped to help. She was eventually picked up by a Police car from the nearby Strensham Services.
“A totally opportunistic incident”
The crime remains as random now as it did when Marie’s father, Terry, spoke to the press before his daughter’s body was found: “I can’t imagine what happened.” he told reporters, “It baffles me, the Police and everybody.”
Police reaction to the murder of Marie Wilks >
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Police cars at the M50 murder scene

The same sentiments were expressed two days later, by Detective Chief Superintendent David Cole, who led the investigation, when Marie’s body had been discovered on embankment on the M50: “It appears to be a totally opportunistic incident.”
The question of why someone would abduct and kill a seven and a half month pregnant woman remains unanswered.
The crime could scarcely have happened in a more public place – a busy motorway early on a Saturday evening.
Straightway the Police appealed to the hundreds of motorists who drove past the scene, asking them to get in touch with them.

M50 murder scene

They must have been very confident that they would be able to piece together an accurate picture of what happened, and uncover vital clues that would help them catch the killer.
Marie’s eleven year old sister had even spoken to a man who had approached the broken down Marina on the hard shoulder.
Marie Wilks’ eleven year old sister >
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As it turned out, there were crucial flaws and contradictions in the evidence they collected from witnesses.
Different times
The case also shows how quickly the world we live in changes.
“I can’t imagine what happened. It baffles me, the Police and everybody.”
Terry Gough – Marie’s father
These days we take for granted things like mobile phones and sat navs.
Marie didn’t have a sat nav to tell her which way to turn when she made the trip to Symonds Yat on that hot summer day, and so had got lost on her way home, and strayed onto the motorway.
In 1988 mobile phones were the size of house bricks, and were an expensive luxury, so Marie had to walk more than half a mile to use a roadside emergency phone.
A Police Operator tries to speak to Marie Wilks >
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In the wake of the murder, the emergency services and others began to think about the safety of women who’d broken down on the side of the road.
It was in response to the case that the AA developed its Callsafe service – a low-cost mobile phone (for the time), linked to a control centre, that could summon appropriate help to an emergency.
The system was phased out as more and more people got their own mobile phones.
New technology and old methods
Science has also radically changed the way criminal investigations are conducted.
“A detective following his nose, and the kind of work we have been doing for 150 years, leads us to the person who commits these grave offences.”
Detective Chief Superintendant David Cole
These days we take it for granted that DNA evidence will play a key part in any investigation – back in 1988, what was then called genetic fingerprinting was still in its infancy.
Images from CCTV cameras did play some part in the Marie Wilks murder investigation, but there were nowhere near the number of cameras available back in 1988 as there are now.
New technology (for the time) was used on the case, notably the Holmes computer, developed in the wake of the Yorkshire Ripper killings. But the system, which cost £300,000 in 1988, was described by Detective Chief Superintendent Tony Stanley, the head of Worcester CID, as “not user friendly”.
DCS David Cole, profiled in the Worcester Evening News early in the investigation, put his faith in a more traditional style of policing: “No matter how sophisticated our equipment, a detective following his nose, and the kind of work we have been doing for 150 years, leads us to the person who commits these grave offences.”
Ultimately that was not to be the case with the murder of Marie Wilks.
Twenty four years on, there are still many more questions than answers surrounding her murder, but one thing is still glaringly obvious:
No-one has yet been brought to justice – no-one has yet paid the price for this brutal killing.

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Parents have to watch their children 24 hours a day’: What owner of devil dog said after seeing his Staffy rip off toddler’s nose and ear

Posted in immigrants, police and the legal system, scum with tags , , , on June 7, 2012 by britishloyalist

Kieron Guess is in an induced coma and could be left partially blind after one of his eyes was left ‘hanging out’, according to relatives
Family reveal today that the youngster has been able to squeeze the hands of his loved ones
Grandfather suffered bites as he came to Swindon toddler’s rescue
He claims family are now too scared to return home after dog attack
Police confirm neighbour’s Staffordshire bull terrier has been destroyed
Officers were bitten during a raid at the owner’s house last year


Owner Neighbour Garfield King outside his home.

The owner of a Staffordshire bull terrier which ripped off a toddler’s ear and nose has astonishingly blamed the boy’s parents for not keeping a closer eye on him.
Two-year-old Keiron Guess is in a coma today after being rushed to hospital with horrendous injuries. He was playing outside his house in Swindon, Wiltshire, when his neighbour’s dog savaged him.
But Garfield King, the dog’s owner, said: ‘If you’re a parent you have to look after your children 24 hours a day. If it wasn’t a dog it could have been a paedophile.’
Garfield’s son Jonathan went face-to-face with Dave Guess, during a heated confrontation near their houses today.

Confrontation: Jonathan King, (left) the eldest son of dog owner Garfield King clashes with Dave Guess, grandfather of dog attack victim Kieron Guess today


The toddler had seven hours of emergency reconstructive surgery and his parents, Stacey, 22, and Anthony, 23, have been at his bedside.
It emerged today that he has been able to squeeze the hands of loved ones as he continues to recover from his horrific injuries.
The toddler was able to respond after medics began reducing his coma – but doctors have stressed he is still at risk.
Carl Drury, Keiron’s great uncle, said: ‘He is stable but they have said he is not out of the woods yet and there is a long way to go.
‘They did reduce the coma slightly last night and he responded by squeezing fingers.’
The youngster was saved by his grandfather, who was also injured but has been left breathing with the aid of a ventilator.
Today Kieron’s grandfather Dave Guess, who rescued him from the dog, said the family were too frightened to return home.
Despite the out of control dog being destroyed, there is still another one living at the neighbour’s house.
‘It would be hard for Keiron to come back here after what has gone on – he would be terrified,’ said Dave.
‘Something needs to be done. We still don’t know whether the owner will be allowed to keep his other dog yet.
‘But this should never have happened in the first place – the dog had bitten people, including a police officer, and other dogs before.
‘It just does not seem right that no-one will be prosecuted – I saw my grandson get ripped to pieces by that dog. He has massive scars across his face.’
Keiron’s family believe the youngster may have wandered through an open gate into the property, from an alleyway next to their home.
A Staffordshire bull terrier called ‘Ratty’ – believed to be owned by Rastafarian Garfield King – then set upon the child, savaging his face with its giant jaws.
Dave, describing what he saw when he got to the child seconds later, said: ‘He was ripping him to pieces – Keiron was a mess.
‘The dog owner was holding Keiron up but the dog was just jumping up and biting him.
‘I took Keiron off him, put him on my shoulders, and ran back into the alleyway. I was getting bitten by the dog but eventually managed to get Keiron safe.’
The toddler was rushed to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol, where he underwent seven hours of reconstructive surgery.
Doctors reconstructed part of his nose, putting metal plates in his face, and tried to rebuild his left ear – which had been completely severed.
Garfield’s son Jonathan King said as he clashed with Dave Guess: ‘I have come up from London to defend my dad. He is in a bad way at the moment – he has grandkids himself.
‘We are very apologetic to the family of the child – he is the most important thing right now. But the dogs were in the garden and the child has strayed into the garden.’
Kieron’s other grandfather said the boy was ‘on the mend’.
Doctors have been tentatively waking the youngster and letting him move around before returning him to his slumber but there are still fears he may suffer an infection.
Grandfather Shaun Leonard said: ‘His parents have gone up to hospital again today.
‘He’s on the mend I think and he’s starting to move. They are waking him up, letting him move and putting him back down.
‘Keiron’s got swelling on his face but its starting to go down. The doctors are saying they don’t want him to get an infection. They are also saying he’s got fluid on his lungs – it’s a bit of blood but that’s understandable after what he’s been through.
‘Everything we hear now is just a worry.’
Mr Leonard said the boy was playing in a lane behind the family home at 6pm on Sunday when the dog burst out of Mr King’s back yard.
Mr Leonard said: ‘The dog took his left ear off and bit off most of his nose. His left eye was hanging out.
‘He has injuries from his forehead right down to his chin. There were holes in his face. The dog also took a chunk out of the back of his head.’
Keiron’s 49-year-old paternal grandfather, David Guess, heard his screams and raced to help
Mr Leonard, a lorry driver, continued: ‘He managed to pull Keiron on to his shoulders but the dog was still jumping up at him. It just kept coming back for more.’
His 22-year-old mother, who is pregnant and has another son, Kenzie aged four, with her 23-year-old scaffolder husband, wrote on Facebook: ‘Just waiting for my gorgeous baby. Just want to hold you in our arms.’
Mr King, whose son owned the dog, was watching the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in his end of terrace redbrick home when the canine entered the garden and sunk its teeth into the youngster’s head.
‘All of a sudden the dog went outside. I heard squeaking and then I had to go outside to check on the dog,’ he said.
‘The dog was looking like he was playing with something. I thought the neighbours had thrown a dolly over the fence but then I saw it wasn’t a dolly because I saw all the blood. I’m still in shock now.’
However, Mr King was unapologetic talking at his home, lined with Buddhist ornaments and African drums, saying the parents should have been watching over their son.
Wiltshire Police said the dog was due to be destroyed yesterday but no arrests had been made. In September last year, a police team raided Mr King’s address, and an officer was bitten by a dog after the animal had been Tasered.
It is believed that the police officer who went to the house after the mauling of Keiron was the same police officer who was bitten on the hand by the dog last year.
During the raid a local newspaper photographer took a photograph of two dogs jumping at the glass door. It is not known if the picture features the dog which attacked Keiron.
After the raid, Police Constable Mark Giles from Wiltshire Police said: ‘The owner was trying to control the two of them but they were trying to fight each other and get at us.
‘I had to deploy my Taser to try to prevent them from attacking but one leapt up and bit me even after I hit it in the mouth.’
Under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991, if a dog bites someone while on its owner’s property, police are not required to take action unless the injury is severe or the dog is thought to be a danger to others.

Social workers hid fact they knew teenage mother was at risk from sex grooming gangs SIX YEARS before she was brutally murdered

Posted in British Government, Enemy's of Britain, immigrants, islam UK, Murders, Nonce cases, police and the legal system, scum with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 7, 2012 by britishloyalist

Laura Wilson, 17, from Rotherham had been groomed for sex by a string of British Pakistani men
She was stabbed and thrown into a canal to die for informing her abusers’ families of their sexual relationships
Council published review of her case but redacted key passages which reveal they knew she was at particular risk from Asian men

Social workers knew for six years that a teenage mother, murdered for bringing shame on the families of two Pakistani men who had used her for sex, was at clear risk from predatory Asian gangs.
Laura Wilson, 17, from Rotherham had been groomed by a string of British Pakistanis before she was stabbed and thrown into a canal to die for informing her abusers’ families of the sexual relationships.
Her killer Ashtiaq Asghar, who was 18 at the time, was given a life sentence and will serve a minimum of 17-and-a-half years after he pleaded guilty to murdering Laura in October 2010.
But it has now emerged that Rotherham County Council’s social services were well aware she was at risk and had received information about certain adults suspected of targeting her from the age of 11.

Last week the council’s Safeguarding Children Board published a serious case review but key passages which reveal they knew she was at particular risk from ‘Asian men’ had been blocked out with black lines.
The council went to court in an attempt to tried to suppress the hidden information after a uncensored copy of the report was leaked to the Times newspaper but they have now abandoned legal action.
The uncensored report confirms that Laura, identified as Child S, had dealings with 15 agencies and identified ‘numerous missed opportunities’ to protect her.
It states that she eventually became ‘almost invisible’ to care professionals.
WHAT THEY TRIED TO HIDE…
That Laura had been referred to a child exploitation project just three months after her 11th birthday.
That at one point she had been ‘taken into a car with men who encouraged her to drink alcohol’.
That when Laura was 13, she and a friend ‘were given alcohol by men at a local takeaway and were asked what they were going to give them in return’ and that her mother had immediately notified the police
That her mother ‘was shocked when it looked as though Child S was involved with older men ‘ and that ‘she had tried to get the police and social care to do something about it.’
Another censored passage which read: ‘At the centre of the Child S case is the issue of Child S’s potential involvement in sexual exploitation.
Details hidden included the knowledge that at the age of 13 Laura and a friend had been given alcohol by men at a takeaway who then asked what she would give them in return.
She had also been referred to a child sexual exploitation project just three months after her 11th birthday.
Another censored passage reveals that Laura had been ‘mentioned’ during a 2009 police inquiry that eventually led to the conviction of five Pakistani men for sex offences against three underage girls.
While the published report mentioned the fact that a friend, who Laura knew when she was 10, was ‘thought to have become involved in sexual exploitation’, it concealed the succeeding passage which read: ‘with particular reference to Asian men’.
Laura was murdered in October 2010. She was repeatedly knifed by 18-year-old Ashtiaq Asghar before pushed her into a South Yorkshire Canal, where he used the point of the knife to force her head below the surface as she fought to stay alive.
Asghar was furious after the young mother revealed details of their sexual relationship to his Muslim family and was on ‘a mission to kill’.
He exchanged a series of texts with married friend and mentor Ishaq Hussain, 22, who had also had an affair with Laura, and who the judge described as a man who regarded white girls as ‘sexual targets, not human beings’.
In one message, sent a day before he killed Miss Wilson, Asghar wrote: ‘I’m gonna send that kuffar (non-Muslim) bitch straight to Hell.’
In another he wrote: ‘I need to do a mission.’ He talked of buying a pistol and ‘making some beans on toast’, a reference to spilling blood used in Four Lions, a satirical film about suicide bombers.
Asghar is serving life in prison after he pleaded guilty to murder and was jailed for life. Mr Hussain was acquitted of murder by joint enterprise after a retrial.
Sentencing Asghar, Lord Justice Davis told him: ‘I take the view you came under the influence of Mr Hussain who is something of a mentor to you.
‘He seems to have regarded girls, white girls, simply as sexual targets. He does not treat them as human beings at all. You got into that mindset yourself.
‘You no doubt once had feelings for Laura but treated her with contempt in the latter stages.’

Murder: Laura was stabbed repeatedly by 18-year-old Ashtiaq Asghar before being thrown into this South Yorkshire canal to die
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In 2007, when Laura was 13, she and her family appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show. During the programme – about out-of-control children – her sister warned her that ‘your attitude is going to get you in big danger’.
Workers at a child sexual exploitation project later sent a report to social services, but no action was taken to remove her from what became a continuing spiral of sexual abuse.
By the time she was 16, she had embarked on an affair with Mr Hussain, who was then 20 and already married.
She gave birth to a daughter in June last year, but Mr Hussain refused to accept that the child was his.
Four months later, and just days before she was murdered on October 12, she ‘shamed’ Asghar and Mr Hussain by informing their families of her relationship with both men.
She told Asghar’s mother she loved her son and ‘wanted to have babies’ by him. But Mrs Asghar was furious and attempted to hit Miss Wilson with a shoe, branding her ‘a dirty white bitch’ who should ‘keep your legs closed’, the trial was told.
Alan Hazell, Chair of the Rotherham Local Safeguarding Children Board, said: ‘We refute in the strongest possible terms any suggestion that information was redacted from the published report for any reason other than to protect the interests of Laura’s daughter, immediate family and other third parties.’
In a statement following the publication of the review Mr Hazell denied that more could have been done to save Laura.
He said: ‘This is a wide ranging study which shows a very complex situation surrounding Child S and her child which made it difficult for agencies to engage with her.
‘There is no suggestion that anyone could have saved Child S from what ultimately happened to her but clearly her care could have been improved.

There were chances for those agencies to be more proactive in how they dealt with the case and all agencies involved accept that and apologise that the standards of service were not as high as they should have been.
‘It is vital that agencies learn from what happened here and there is clearly a commitment in Rotherham to make that happen. As the report comments, there are already many initiatives in place to ensure that services are now improved.’
Last month following the trial of nine men, mainly of Pakistani origin, who were found guilty of raping and abusing up to 47 girls – some as young as 13 – after plying them with drink and drugs Tory cabinet minister Baroness Warsi hit out at the ‘small minority’ of Pakistani men who see white girls as ‘fair game’ for sexual abuse.
She told London’s Evening Standard newspaper: ‘There is a small minority of Pakistani men who believe that white girls are fair game.
‘And we have to be prepared to say that. You can only start solving a problem if you acknowledge it first.
‘This small minority who see women as second class citizens, and white women probably as third class citizens, are to be spoken out against.’

Sikhs and EDL protest against police sweeping muslim sex attack under the carpet

Posted in British Government, English Defence League, police and the legal system with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on May 30, 2012 by britishloyalist

Hundreds of members of the Luton Sikh community are protesting outside local police station amid claims police were failing to properly investigate a sex attack on a young woman.

Police said they were negotiating with the protesters staging the “sit down” protest outside the Buxton Road police station.

It comes after a young Sikh woman, who has not been identified, was reportedly beaten and sexually assaulted in the Bedfordshire town by a “Muslim man”.

On Wednesday night, Bedfordshire Police confirmed they were “in talks” with the protesters to try and “resolve the situation” amid fears of rising tensions.

Reports suggested that more than 300 locals were involved in the protest because of “lack of action” from police over Monday’s attack.

There were reports that members of the English Defence League were also among the crowd.

Woman jailed over racist rant on tube

Posted in British Government, Enemy's of Britain, immigrants, islam UK, multicultural britain, police and the legal system with tags , , , , , on May 29, 2012 by britishloyalist

Jacqueline Woodhouse sentenced to 21 weeks in jail for racial abuse of Central line passengers which was posted on YouTube

A drunk woman who racially abused fellow tube travellers in a tirade that was posted online has been jailed for 21 weeks.

Jacqueline Woodhouse, 42, from Romford in Essex, launched an expletive-laden rant at passengers on the Central line, telling those seated near her: “I used to live in England and now I live in the United Nations.”

A seven-minute video of the verbal assault was uploaded to YouTube and viewed more than 200,000 times.

District judge Michael Snow told Westminster magistrates court, central London: “Anyone viewing it would feel a deep sense of shame that our citizens could be subject to such behaviour and may, as a consequence, believe that it secretly represents the views of other white people.”

The judge told Woodhouse she would serve half her sentence behind bars and banned her for five years from using the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway network while drunk.

He recounted how Woodhouse drunkenly boarded the Tube at about 11pm on 23 January. “The train was packed with people from a variety of ethnic backgrounds,” he said. “The people included children.

“She became loud, foul-mouthed and aggressive. She targeted her behaviour at those who weren’t white.

“She directed it at those who were close to her, on occasions directly into their faces. She threatened violence against more than one person and it took place over a prolonged period.”

He said her “grossly offensive” language reflected her hostility to her fellow passengers.

While one traveller was left so shocked by her racist aggression that he no longer felt he could interact with white people on the tube, another, of Pakistani descent, felt victimised because of his “cultural background” and was left wishing he could afford a car to avoid having to take the Underground, he said.

Rejecting suggestions by Woodhouse’s legal team that she felt “deeply ashamed” of her actions, the judge added: “I find that assertion very difficult to believe.

“She initially pleaded not guilty. She changed her plea to guilty one day before her trial. By this time, she had victimised the witnesses twice over by causing them the inevitable worry of having to give evidence and coming into contact with her again.”

Woodhouse was fined following a similar offence on the DLR in December 2008. In the video of her latest foul-mouthed outburst, filmed by businessman Galbant Juttla, Woodhouse shouts in a thick Essex accent: “All fucking foreign fucking shitheads.”

The former secretary, who has since lost her job and now claims benefits, turns to other passengers and asks: “Where do you come from? Where do you come from? Where do you come from?

“All over the world, fucking jokers. Fucking country’s a fucking joke.

“I would like to know if any of you are illegal? I am sure like 30% of you are. Fucking jokers taking the fucking piss.”

Claire Campbell, prosecuting, said Woodhouse began her stream of abuse after a retirement party when she was feeling a little “worse for wear”. She had drunk an unknown quantity of champagne.

Woodhouse sat with her head bowed as CCTV footage of the prolonged rant between St Paul’s and Mile End stations was played to the court.

In it she could be seen turning to the Pakistani man sitting next to her, who is singing his national anthem.

“You can fucking sing my fucking dear friend. I hope they fucking catch up with you and shove you off. I will punch you in the face, you are a fucking joke. Pakistani fucking losers. Ninety percent of you are fucking illegal. I wouldn’t mind if you loved our country.”

She then turns on Juttla, 47, who assures her he would rather be listening to his music than to her ramblings.

“Oh look, he’s filming, hello. Hello government,” she says, leaning into the camera. “Why don’t you tell me where you’re from?”

Juttla, from Ilford, Essex, replies: “I am British.” She then gets her phone out of her handbag and looks as if she is filming him too. “Watch what you are saying,” Juttla warns her.

She replies: “I used to live in England and now I live in the United Nations.”

Juttla decided to film Woodhouse – who previously worked for the Department for Transport – when she started berating a black woman named Judy Russell, the court was told.

She stumbled over Russell as she boarded the carriage and proceeded to hurl insults, shouting: “You Africans take our council flats.”

Juttla, a single father of two, was travelling back from the funeral of a close family friend that day. He watched Woodhouse sit down between two Asian men before she lambasted those around her.

The video shows Juttla telling Woodhouse to keep her mouth shut and that she has had too much to drink.

She becomes extremely agitated and starts screaming, saying: “It’s not your country anyway so what’s your problem? It’s been overtaken by people like you.”

In further remarks, she tells passengers: “I’ll have you arrested because you don’t live here”, and “I hope you are not claiming benefits.”

She handed herself in to police after the footage began to circulate and appeared on the Sun website.

Woodhouse told officers she could not remember the rant but recognised herself in the video.

She pleaded guilty to one count of causing racially aggravated “harassment, alarm or distress” by using “threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour”.

Rebecca Lee, defending, said Woodhouse had been promoted to become PA for a partner at the accountancy firm where she worked the day before she launched her stream of abuse.

“She is dismayed and, I should say, not only for those who were present but also because she has friends and family members who are black and Asian and she knows they would have been shocked hearing those words coming from her,” the lawyer said.

“She maintains she would never have dreamt of saying those words had she not been significantly affected by alcohol, having gone to a leaving party after work on that particular evening.”

Lee suggested a fear of terrorist activity and her views on immigration could have fuelled Woodhouse’s actions. But she recognised this was “no justification” for her behaviour.

“She is ashamed of what happened and wishes she could turn the clock back but of course she can’t,” Lee added. “She is on jobseeker’s allowance, having lost her employment.”

Woodhouse, who was said to be in a “loving” relationship with her partner of 12 years, was supported in court by one of her sisters and a niece.

The publicity and attention to her case was said to have taken a “considerable toll” on her mental health and she was prescribed medication for depression.

She appeared to show no emotion as she was led from the dock.

Outside court, Juttla recalled his horror at the rant. “I was pretty shocked, and I don’t want to go through anything like this again,” he said. “I was born in this country, and I don’t accept any of this behaviour.

“For a third party to say ‘You are on benefits, you are unemployed, you are not British’ … I don’t accept it.

“I think the judge probably made the right decision – she got the order for five years, and she’s got 21 weeks. Hopefully she’ll learn from that.”

In December 2008, Woodhouse verbally abused a male passenger while on a train to Stratford. She asked whether he had paid taxes, adding: “I have had enough of it. Why don’t they go back to where they come from?”

This is what happens to British people who speak out about the mess our country is in.
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS TO IMMIGRANTS WHO ATTACK BRITISH PEOPLE.
Muslim women not used to drinking walk free after attack on woman
A gang of Somalian women who repeatedly kicked a young woman in the head walked free from court after a judge heard they were “not used to being drunk” because they were Muslim.

The four women – three sisters and their cousin – were told the charge of actual bodily harm, which carries a maximum sentence of five years, against 22-year-old care worker Rhea Page would normally land them in custody.
However, the judge handed the women suspended sentences after hearing that they were not used to alcohol because their religion does not allow it.
Miss Page said Ambaro Maxamed, 24, Ayan Maxamed, 28, and Hibo Maxamed, 24, and their 28-year-old cousin Ifrah Nur screamed “Kill the white slag” while kicking her in the head as she lay motionless on the ground.
The support worker from Leicester was left “black and blue” with bruises and needed hospital treatment following the attack which came as she walked to a taxi rank with her boyfriend.
Miss Page was left so traumatised by the attack that she lost her job due to repeated absences with stress and flashbacks.
She had been walking home with her boyfriend after a night out when the drunken women attacked her, knocking her to the ground and taking turns to kick her in the head.
She said: “I had gone for a drink after work and then I met my boyfriend for a couple more before heading home.
“We didn’t want to stay out too late so we went to get a taxi and all of a sudden I heard these women shouting abuse at me.
“We were just minding our own business but they kept shouting ‘white bitch’ and ‘white slag’ at me.
“When I turned around one of them grabbed my hair – she literally wrapped her fingers in my hair – then threw me on the ground. That’s when they started kicking me.
“They were taking turns to kick me in the head and back over and over. I was lying on the ground the whole time, crying and screaming. It was terrifying. I thought they were going to kill me.
“Eventually the police came but it felt like ages. Afterwards I was covered in blood and hair. I had a bald patch on my head where they had yanked my hair out and I was black and blue all over.
“I honestly think they attacked me just because I was white. I can’t think of any other reason.”
She suffered bruises and grazes to her head, back, legs and arms, and had clumps of hair pulled out.
Seventeen months on from the attack, which happened in Leicester city centre, she is still undergoing counselling and suffers from panic attacks and flashbacks.
She attended Leicester Crown Court for the sentencing of her attackers.
The women all admitted actual bodily harm and received suspended sentences.
Miss Page claimed that not jailing the women sent out the wrong message about street violence.
CCTV footage of the assault, which happened on June 18 last year, was shown in court.
Sentencing, Judge Robert Brown said: “This was ugly and reflects very badly on all four of you. Those who knock someone to the floor and kick them in the head can expect to go inside, but I’m going to suspend the sentence.”
He said he accepted the women may have felt they were the victims of unreasonable force from Miss Page’s partner Lewis Moore, 23, who tried desperately to defend her from the attack.
During the hearing, James Bide-Thomas, prosecuting, said Ambaro Maxamed, who started the violence, had called Miss Page a “white bitch” during the incident.
However, the women, who are all Somalian Muslims, were not charged with racial aggravation.
Nur, who joined in the attack after initially acting as a peacemaker, said it was in fact the victim’s partner who had been racially abusive, but Mr Bide-Thomas said that was not accepted by the prosecution.
Gary Short, defending Ambaro Maxamed, said the attack was down to alcohol.
He said: “Although Miss Page’s partner used violence, it doesn’t justify their behaviour.
“They’re Somalian Muslims and alcohol or drugs isn’t something they’re used to.”
As well as the suspended sentence, Hibo Maxamed, who needs dialysis three times a week for a kidney complaint, received a four-month curfew between 9pm and 6am.
The others were ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work.