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The claim made by the child in question is that a man walked up behind her at 8:30am while she was walking to school, pulled down the hood of her winter jacket, and started cutting her hijab with a scissors. She screamed and he ran away. She hurried across the road with her brother where they followed a crowd of people "to be safe".

The man then came up behind her again moments later and resumed cutting her hijab. When she noticed him behind her cutting her hijab again, "he just smiled and ran away".

The man managed to cut the hijab twelve inches.

From extensive policing experience, none of this makes sense. The time, the setting, the assault, the risk of getting caught, the return of the smiling man "wearing all black" despite the crowd, no eyewitnesses from the crowd, no alarm raised, and so on, and so on.

For all the above reasons and many more, I don't believe this happened, or it has been greatly, greatly exaggerated.

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Junkyard Tom Registered User
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Shield said:
From extensive policing experience, none of this makes sense.


And your 'extensive policing experience' compelled you to start this thread, about children not making sense, in After Hours?

Really?

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SuperSean11 Registered User
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Oranage2 Registered User
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I'm not fan of any religion especially the 'extreme' ones, and I'm definitely against the hijab.

But any attack on a child is sickly and cowardly.

*Assuming this is of course true.

Canis Lupus Registered User
#5

A whole 9 minutes of who gives a sh*t.

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BlaasForRafa Registered User
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Shield said:


For all the above reasons and many more, I don't believe this happened, or it has been greatly, greatly exaggerated.


She's probably being prompted to do this by muslim activist relatives to get an "islamaphobia" story in the news. She doesn't sound emotional at all, it sounds like she learned her spiel from a script.

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Junkyard Tom said:
And your 'extensive policing experience' compelled you to start this thread, about children not making sense, in After Hours?

Really?

No. I don't have extensive police experience starting threads in After Hours.

I had to draw on my extensive Boards experience for that.

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jonon9 Registered User
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Shield said:


The claim made by the child in question is that a man walked up behind her at 8:30am while she was walking to school, pulled down the hood of her winter jacket, and started cutting her hijab with a scissors. She screamed and he ran away. She hurried across the road with her brother where they followed a crowd of people "to be safe".

The man then came up behind her again moments later and resumed cutting her hijab. When she noticed him behind her cutting her hijab again, "he just smiled and ran away".

The man managed to cut the hijab twelve inches.

From extensive policing experience, none of this makes sense. The time, the setting, the assault, the risk of getting caught, the return of the smiling man "wearing all black" despite the crowd, no eyewitnesses from the crowd, no alarm raised, and so on, and so on.

For all the above reasons and many more, I don't believe this happened, or it has been greatly, greatly exaggerated.


Thats 300mm for you old bastards.

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Donald Trump Registered User
#9

Someone's gotta say the magic phrase!!!!

Radical
Islamic
Terrorism

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Donald Trump Registered User
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jonon9 said:
Shield said:


The man managed to cut the hijab twelve inches.



Thats 300mm for you old bastards.



Cool. I have a 300mm willy so

Along with me massive hands


Take that fake news!

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mike_ie Administrator
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Shield said:

From extensive policing experience, none of this makes sense. The time, the setting, the assault, the risk of getting caught, the return of the smiling man "wearing all black" despite the crowd, no eyewitnesses from the crowd, no alarm raised, and so on, and so on.

For all the above reasons and many more, I don't believe this happened, or it has been greatly, greatly exaggerated.


There's also the simple possibility that the guy had mental issues, which isn't beyond the scope of what's being described here. And far worse crimes have been committed against children in far more public places and times than given above.

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Your Face Registered User
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A dwarf attacked my Muslim friend once...


It was a lowjab attack.

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Rick Shaw Registered User
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Shield said:


Lil bollox in the background needs this treatment.


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weldoninhio Registered User
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Shield said:


The claim made by the child in question is that a man walked up behind her at 8:30am while she was walking to school, pulled down the hood of her winter jacket, and started cutting her hijab with a scissors. She screamed and he ran away. She hurried across the road with her brother where they followed a crowd of people "to be safe".

The man then came up behind her again moments later and resumed cutting her hijab. When she noticed him behind her cutting her hijab again, "he just smiled and ran away".

The man managed to cut the hijab twelve inches.

From extensive policing experience, none of this makes sense. The time, the setting, the assault, the risk of getting caught, the return of the smiling man "wearing all black" despite the crowd, no eyewitnesses from the crowd, no alarm raised, and so on, and so on.

For all the above reasons and many more, I don't believe this happened, or it has been greatly, greatly exaggerated.


The fact that she’s claiming it happened the morning of the press conference, shows no emotion and seems to be very scripted makes me believe it never happened.

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alchemist33 Registered User
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I'm struggling to see why a minor assault, even if on a child, where nobody was physically harmed, and on another continent, is worthy of a thread here.

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