EDL Members Targeted In Hit And Run. Sikh Division Member Severely Injured

EDL members were purposely targeted in a hit and run by a crazed driver. The incident happened outside the Rookery Tavern Pub in Wolverhampton as 15 members of the group stood outside. A red ford focus drove straight at the group injuring EDL Sikh Division member Jag Singh. Lets  hope Mr Singh makes a speedy recovery from his injuries. This attack just goes to show how dangerous it can be speaking out against the threat of political Islam.

 

EDL members ‘targeted’ in alleged hit and run outside pub

– last updated Sun 18 May 2014    ITV

Police are investigating an alleged hit & run outside a pub in Wolverhampton Photo: PA

Police are investigating claims an alleged hit-and-run driver targeted a group of men outside a pub because they were members of right-wing group the English Defence League.

It’s after a Ford Focus car was driven into a group of 15 men stood outside the Rookery Tavern Pub in Wood Street in Wolverhampton on Sunday May 4, severely injuring one man.

It’s believed the 40-year-old Asian victim is a leading member of the EDL’s controversial Sikh Division, Jag Singh from Wolverhampton.

Jag Singh is a long-standing EDL supporter and regularly attends the extremist group’s demos and meetings Credit: BPM Media

The turban-wearing father is lauded by the EDL as proof that it is not racist and instead is only opposed to Islamic extremists.

A spokesman from monitoring site EDL Extra, said:

“The EDL have somehow managed to hoodwink some Sikhs into joining them and created a so-called Sikh division.

“The EDL play on the historical animosity that exists between some sections of the Sikh and Muslim community.

“Jag Singh is a popular figure in the EDL and the poster boy for their so-called non-racist outlook.

“No doubt the EDL will use this incident to portray themselves as victims.”

About 15 EDL supporters had gathered outside the Rookery Tavern pub in Wood Street, Wolverhampton, on Sunday May 4, a popular drinking and meeting spot for the group.

An argument broke out between some pub-goers which spilled out into the street.

The Rookery Tavern, on Wood Street in Wolverhampton Credit: Google Street View

Police say a red Ford Focus car then turned up and drove straight at a group of up to 15 men before injuring another man as it reversed out.

A witness described how bodies were flung across the bonnet as the driver aimed for the thickest part of the group.

He said:

“It’s a miracle that no-one was killed or more seriously hurt because the car was driving at some speed and its wheels were screeching.

“I didn’t get a clear view but I could hear and see people being struck and tumbling over the car bonnet like skittles.

“There was a lot of confusion and shouting and some of the men tried to smash the car’s windscreen when it stopped.

“But the driver just reversed out again and hit somebody else before wheel-spinning away.”

Detective Inspector Jim Munro from West Midlands Police Force CID said:

It is believed the vehicle, a red Ford Focus car V358 KOF, although this could have been changed, deliberately drove into the group outside the pub following a disorder.

“We are carrying out forensic investigations at the scene and house to house enquiries and have local reassurance patrols in place.

“We are appealing for anyone who may have been in the area or who has information to contact police.”

Detectives have arrested two people. A 47-year-old man was detained shortly afterwards while a 26-year-old man was arrested days later on suspicion of conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm.

Both have been bailed pending further inquiries.

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