- 9 December 2016
- From the section Sheffield & South Yorkshire
It takes a nation to protect the nation
Every so often, a piece of news comes up that shows clearly that you cannot depend on the state to protect you, or to defend you if attacked, or even to leave you alone. So obviously we have the example of Tommy Robinson, that the state is trying to destroy, because he is not keeping to their defined narrative.
But there are other news items that show which way the chips lie, where totally innocent people in the UK experience violent, criminal or terrorist incidents, their lives are ruined, and we see no attempt by the state to take on the causes in any serious way. We start off with this poor doctor - one of the more precious bulwarks of our society - not that it did her any good.
What is the real story here?
Hero London 7/7 bombings doctor killed in fire caused by cigarette thrown into plastic bag
16:05, 23 AUG 2016 UPDATED 16:05, 23 AUG 2016
BY SCOTT CAMPBELL
Claire Sheppey was one of the first to respond to the devastating terror attack 11 years ago which stunned the world
So after dealing with all the mayhem and mangled bodies caused by that Islamic attack, was she perhaps finding it difficult to find peace in her soul?
Fumes seeped into Dr Sheppey's bedroom and she died of carbon monoxide poisoning after being rushed to Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel.
It was the hospital where she battled to save dozens of terribly-injured and shell-shocked victims after Islamic terrorists killed 52 people in an onslaught on Tube trains and a bus on July 7, 2005.
Dr Sheppey, who wasn't burned at all, was found slumped in her bedroom by firefighters.
She had 193 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millitres of blood, the hearing was told.
The drink-drive limit is 80mgs of alcohol per 100mls of blood.
I think Dr. Sheppey was another victim of that Muslim 7/7 attrocity.
In the same way, many of our ex-servicemen sleeping rough because they can't fit in, or committing suicide because of PTSD, are victims of the governments politically correct way of fighting Islam by going to another country to address the problem, because they can't face the issues over here.
Two brothers who tortured two other children in South Yorkshire have been granted lifelong anonymity.
The boys, then aged 10 and 11, lured their victims to a ravine and carried out a "sadistic" attack in Edlington, near Doncaster, in 2009.
They were sentenced to five years' detention in 2010 and granted anonymity until the age of 18.
The High Court has now given them lifelong anonymity on the grounds they would be "at serious risk of attack".
Sir Geoffrey Vos - who heard the brothers have new identities and are now both in their late teens - said he was satisfied the anonymity order was in the public interest.
He said he would outline his reasoning in writing at a later date.Image caption
The brothers, who admitted causing grievous bodily harm, were released earlier this year after a decision by the Parole Board, but lawyers sought an injunction to extend their anonymity as one of the boys approached his 18th birthday.
It was claimed that to identify them would breach various sections of the Human Rights Act.
Anonymity places them alongside only four other individuals who have lifelong protection of new identities:
The brothers' victims, aged nine and 11, were throttled, hit with bricks, made to eat nettles, stripped and forced to sexually abuse each other in the attack.
A sink was dropped on the older boy's head, and the younger boy had a sharp stick rammed into his arm and cigarettes pushed into the wound.
Parts of the attack were recorded on a mobile phone.Image copyrightJULIA QUENZLERImage caption
The brothers moved to Edlington just three weeks before the attack to live with foster parents.
Sentencing them at Sheffield Crown Court in 2010, Mr Justice Keith said they had committed the "prolonged, sadistic" crimes for no other reason than they got "a real kick out of hurting and humiliating" their victims.
So not only do these sadists escape serious punishment, but we also have to pay for lifelong anonymity for them - a very expensive process. The state is protecting those that attack our children. I guess it is also unlikely that they will get work, the state also requires us to support for life, those that seek to attack and destroy our families.
The state makes us pay for anonymity for these torturers, and I think makes it a criminal offence to expose their identity, whilst at the same time offering no anonymity to Tommy Robinson who's had multiple serious credentialed death threats against himself and his family - and not taking any action against a solicitor that revealed his identity, possibly using official confidential information.