Ex-Squaddie is attacked by five Asians and HE is arrested for Racially Aggravated Assault!
A Liverpool ex-squaddie, Keith Davies,was near Wembley stadium,on his way to watch the Everton v Liverpool semi final of the FA Cup. Keith had lost his eleven year old daughter and his partner in the crowd, alone and 200 miles from home, and was frantically trying to phone them to ensure that they were okay.
He was wearing his Everton shirt, and was walking up Wembley Way, towards the entrance of the stadium.
Whilst still on his phone,he accidentally bumped into some people walking in the opposite direction, and within seconds, he was surrounded by five Asians,who were all in his face,threatening him,and all were wearing Liverpool shirts.
A fight broke out and Keith,who is a former British soldier,defended himself against the five of them.As soon as the fight started the police moved in,and although it was quite clear that there were FIVE Asians against ONE Englishman,Keith was the ONLY one that was arrested.
Also,the police made no attempts to locate his daughter and partner, who were still lost to him.
He was then taken to a London police station and locked up until 3 o’clock in the morning.
At that point, he was released from custody into the freezing cold weather,wearing just a thin Everton top and a pair of shorts.
He asked the custody officers what time the trains started running and they said 8 o’clock.
So he asked if they would let him stay there a bit longer,until the public transport started,but they refused and he was put outside.
Over twelve hours earlier,he had been set upon,by five Asians and was now released at 3am,in a town which is 75% ethnic,and he felt very vulnerable.For five hours,Keith had to keep moving around to keep warm and safe from the glares of late night ethnics, until he could catch the tube train and head for home.
He eventually arrived home and after a couple of days,he received a summons to attend court,for Racially Aggravated Assault! Keith was stunned by this,and when he questioned it,the police said; “You called one of the other people Abdul”.This added insult to injury.
Not only had Keith been attacked by five Asian thugs (masquerading as Liverpool fans),then jailed for 14 hours,and then left to fend for himself,freezing and vulnerable,in a town 200 miles from home,he was now being accused of an outrageous suggestion of making a racist comment.
He has now been informed that he could face a prison sentence of up to SIX YEARS for defending himself,from these Asian thugs. To say that Keith is angry is a massive under statement;he is outraged that,in OUR COUNTRY,the police automatically accept the word of a group of foreign thugs that were attacking the ONE Englishman!
It is very likely that this injustice will continue in the courts.So it would help if a group of patriots were to hold a peaceful demonstration outside the court,in London,to let the establishment traitors see that we are keeping an eye on what they are doing.
Also,Keith has been told that he can NOT claim Legal Aid, because the small amount of money he earns puts him outside the qualifying bracket.
So, he is left with a few choices;
• Go into severe debt, by employing a lawyer to try and protect his freedom;
• Try to defend himself without any legal knowledge; or
• Throw himself upon the mercy of the court and hope for justice!
None of the above look good, as the current system of ‘British justice’ means that if you are a WHITE man,in any kind of dispute with a foreigner,then you are automatically guilty!
This is the state of England and English justice in the 21st century.
Keith’s case is on Thursday the 5th of July and it is likely to be heard at the; HMCS, 448, High Rd, London, NW10 2DZ Tel: 020 8955 0602
Football fans appear in court over Wembley crime allegations
FOOTBALL fans have been sentenced for offences in and around Wembley Stadium on the FA Cup semi-final weekend.
Several defendants appeared at Hendon Magistrates’ Court on Monday following arrests made in and around the venue in Empire Way, Wembley,
during the Liverpool versus Everton match on Saturday April 14 and the Tottenham Hotspur’s game against Chelsea the day after.
Liam Cartmel, of West Oakhill Park, Liverpool, lobbed a coin at rival supporters while watching the first fixture.
The 28-year-old admitted throwing a missile at a spectators area, an offence under the Football (Offences) Act, and was fined £300 with a £15 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
Anhony Corrie, of Eaton Road, West Derby, Liverpool, admitted being drunk and disorderly at the stadium during the same game.
The 34-year-old was fined £50 with a £15 victim surcharge and was ordered to pay prosecution costs of £50.
Everton supporter Stephen Gibson was caught with a lit firework during the match.
The 22-year-old, of Moorland Road, Liverpool, admitted possession of a firework or flare at a sporting event and was fined £200 with a £15 victim surcharge and ordered to pay prosecution costs of £85.
Everton season ticket holder Keith Davies, 49, of Queens Drive, Walton, Liverpool, denied racially or religiously aggravated common assault and assault by beating in Olympic Way, in the shadow of the stadium, ahead of the Liverpool and Everton game.
He was granted unconditional bail to stand trial on July 5 at Willesden Magistrates’ Court before which there will a pre-trial review there on June 21.
Michael Duffy, a 22-year-old follower of Everton who lives in Beresford Street, Liverpool, is accused of causing criminal damage to a car wing mirror but had his case adjourned until May 9.
He had not yet entered a plea and his bail requires him to stay at least a mile from his side’s home ground of Goodison Park for the four hours before kick-off of a home game and for two hours after.
Chelsea fan Stephen Fitzwater, of Hartland Street, Isleworth, west London, attended his team’s FA Cup semi-final game at the stadium on Sunday April 15.
He admitted causing ractially or religiously aggravated harassment by his words or writing and was served with a three year football banning order.
The magistrates additionally ordered Fitzwater, 55, to pay a £400 fine with a £15 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
Tottentham Hotspur supporters Keith Smyth, 44, and Oliver Smyth, 20, of Dee Road, Tilehurst Reading, are to stand trial over an offence of common assault at the same game.
The older defendant is alleged to have pushed and spat at Wembley Stadium steward Lianne Grey and the younger is alleged to have punched her in the head.
Both deny the charge and there will be a trial at Willesden Magistrates’ Court on July 25. They were granted bail with the condition not to attend any designated football match, Tottenham Hotspur’s home ground of White Hart Lane Stadium or Wembley Stadium.