67 Year Old ‘Good Samaritan’ Knocked Unconscious By ‘Asian’ Thug In Lancashire

Another spineless attack by ‘religion of peace’ members against somebody who has no chance of putting up a fight back. The victim a 67 year old pensioner came to the aid of a female train guard being abused by a gang of thugs was attacked and left unconscious.


ATTACK: Accrington railway station

A GOOD Samaritan was ‘knocked out cold’ when he confronted a gang abusing a train guard on a station platform.

The 67-year-old man was left with a broken cheek bone, two black eyes and a bruised temple in the single punch attack.

Detectives described the incident at Accrington Railway Station as ‘incredibly violent and unprovoked’.

The victim, who has no recollection of the attack, was knocked unconscious by the force of the blow to his face and left with concussion.

It is thought he may have received his other injuries when he fell and struck his head on the concrete platform.
Officers said the man was a regular user of the Burnley to Blackpool North service and was returning alone from a day out.

He was taken to Royal Blackburn Hospital where he was still receiving treatment yesterday.

Officers said the attack took place after a group of men on the platform started verbally abusing a female guard aboard the train.

The victim, who is from the Preston area, got off the Blackburn bound service and challenged a member of the gang at 8.45pm on Tuesday.

DC Chris Biggs, investigating, said: “This gentleman was acting in a public spirited way and took exception to the terrible abuse being shown to a member of staff.

“He stepped in to defend the female train guard, who was subjected to disgusting verbal abuse from a group of youths, and found himself the victim of an incredibly violent, unprovoked assault.

“He was knocked unconscious on the floor and is still in hospital.

“I would like to speak to anyone who was at the station, perhaps on the train or platform, who may have seen or heard what happened.

“Any piece of information, no matter how insignificant it may seem to you, could help with our inquiries.

“Fortunately violent incidents like this are rare, and I am sure that most people in the community will shocked to hear about this upsetting assault.

“I would like to reassure those concerned that we are investigating and we will bring those responsible to justice.”
The attacker was described as Asian, around 18 to 22-years-old, 6ft 2ins tall and was wearing a blue hooded anorak and black tracksuit bottoms.

Four people have been arrested on suspicion of assault in connection with the attack.

They are a 17-year-old boy from Rossendale and three men aged 19, 22 and 18, all from Accrington.

They have all been bailed pending further enquiries.

Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or text information to 61016, quoting reference number 258 9/2/17.

Accrington Rape Jihad : Girl Aged 16 Attacked At Train Station

The Muslim rape wave engulfing the UK continues with yet another rape jihad incident. A 16 year old girl in Lancashire has been sexually attacked at Accrington train station. The victim made the fateful mistake of engaging the sex fiend and his 2 friends in conversation outside. To the tiny mind of a sex obsessed Muslim male, something innocent like replying to them or even acknowledging them with a smile or hello is often translated as some kind of come on.  

Girl, 16, sexually assaulted at Accrington rail station

Accrington railway stationImage copyrightPETER WHATLEY/GEOGRAPH
Image captionThe assault took place at Accrington rail station

A 16-year-old girl was sexually assaulted on a railway station platform after she was followed by three men.

The attack took place at Accrington station in Lancashire in the early hours of Sunday, said police.

The girl and a friend had been walking along Richmond Road when they got talking to the men, who followed the pair to the station, Lancashire Police said.

One of the group then committed a serious sexual assault.

The attacker, described as Asian, aged 19 or 20 and of muscular build, then fled towards Paxton Street.

He was wearing a baseball cap, a red checked jacket and dark trousers.

Det Sgt Melissa Kelly, of Blackburn CID, appealed for witnesses to come forward.

No Jail For Somalian Sex Attacker Who Blamed ‘Cultural Differences’

Somalian parasite Ali Abdullahi has been spared going to prison or being deported having been convicted of committing sex attacks at Torquay train station.

The Muslim wrong doer told the court the sexual assaults were all a big misunderstanding because of ‘cultural differences’Despite having been in the UK for 5 years, he still apparently hasn’t grasped what is and isn’t considered acceptable in British society.

Maybe he has been locked in a room with no access to the outside world for all the time he has been here?

Or  maybe he wasn’t interested in learning and behaving like normal people do. Instead chose to carry on acting like he did in the 3rd world Islamic hole that he came from.

Or maybe he is just full of shit and was very aware of what is acceptable here and like so many other Muslims in the UK cannot control the inner sex offender lurking just beneath the surface.

Torquay station sex attacker ‘misunderstood boundaries’, court hears

By Herald Express  |  Posted: March 04, 2016

Torquay Railway Station

A SOMALIAN who sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl at Torquay train station said it was a misunderstanding caused by ‘cultural differences’, a court has been told.

Ali Abdullahi, 34, committed two sex attacks against two females and made an approach to a third woman while catching the train from Torquay to Bristol.

Exeter Crown Court was told that despite his guilty pleas the security guard still had trouble admitting he had done anything wrong.

He told police he came from a conservative culture and misunderstood the sexual boundary between men and women in the UK.

But his mitigation was rejected by the judge who said the offences could not be put down to cultural differences and were simply sexually motivated.

Abdullahi was given a community order and told to attend a sex offender course designed to improve his conduct with young women.

The offences happened in December 2013.

Abdullahi approached a 15-year-old girl at the station and ‘behaved completely inappropriately’, the court was told.

“She was probably very frightened,” said Judge Cottle.

“Later that day you approached another slightly older victim who got on the train travelling towards Bristol Temple Meads,” the judge added.

“You behaved completely inappropriately towards her.

“The sex offending was not of the most serious kind but would have been extremely frightening to both girls.”

Abdullahi then approached a third woman, a student, at the station in Bristol. She made no complaint of physical contact but had been left worried by his conversation.

Adrian Chaplin, mitigating, said the incidents happened after the defendant, who came to the UK in 2011, had been tired after a long day’s work and he had been trying to ‘establish a rapport’ with the females and felt frustrated.

“There is work to be done in terms of him being frank with himself and understanding the different levels of acceptable conduct,” said the barrister.

“He comes from a conservative culture in Somalia and misunderstands the extent to which ordinary polite engagement and interaction should or should not be seen as a precursor towards seeking to be physically close to someone in the way this case reveals.

“It is not the first case of people coming to this country and society and feeling a combination of freedom on the one hand but not entirely properly understanding boundaries which can lead to a misunderstanding.”

Judge Cottle said if he sent the defendant, of Beggerswell Close, Bristol, to prison the sentence would be quite short and he would come out an untreated sex offender.

The Thames Valley Sex Offenders Treatment Programme was a demanding course, he said, and would be part of a three-year community order with supervision.

Read more: http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/Torquay-station-sex-attacker-misunderstood/story-28860974-detail/story.html#ixzz4249Kaxks

Commuter Robbed At Frizinghall Train Station By ‘2 Asians’ With A Knife

Man robbed at knifepoint at Frizinghall train station

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Man robbed at knifepoint at Frizinghall train stationMan robbed at knifepoint at Frizinghall train station

Detectives in British Transport Police are appealing for information after a man was robbed at knifepoint at Frizinghalltrain station in Bradford.

The victim, a 24-year-old Heatonman, was robbed of his iPhone and a rucksack containing an iPad by two men, one of whom was carrying a small folding pocket knife.

The victim had walked down the stairs on to platform one to catch a train to Leeds, when he was approached by the two men at about 7.40am on April 16.

The two men have been described as Asian, aged 19 to 21, both approximately 5ft 7ins tall and of slim build.

One had long stubble on his face and was wearing a grey Adidas tracksuit top with his hood up.

The other man, who was carrying the penknife, had short stubble and short hair brushed forward on top.

He was wearing a blue jacket and tracksuit bottoms.

Anyone with information should call 0800 405040, quoting incident number PSUB/B5, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

Police Appeal Over Railway Rape Jihad In Yorkshire

It wasn’t so long ago that Dewsbury was a typical Yorkshire town with a close knit community. Many families who had lived in the area for generations. Today it is no longer recognizable.  Once Muslims received planing to build the UK’s first mega mosque in the Saviletown area, funded by Wahabi Saudi money. Dewsbury’s fate was sealed and things rapidly spiralled out of control.

The new mosque caused a huge surge in Muslim immigrants moving to the area, house prices plummeted as anti social Muslims behaved like they would in Islamabad.Many British families were forced to move out of the area and it quickly became an Islamic enclave. Those unfortunate enough to still live in the area now have to suffer further as racist attacks by Muslims  and rape jihad become a part of daily life.

Police appeal over Dewsbury assault

23 Jan 2014 09:12

A 29-year-old woman was approached from behind and thrown to the ground

Police are hoping train passengers can help them catch a hooded attacker.

A 29-year-old woman was approached from behind and thrown to the ground.

The attack happened in Wormald Street, Dewsbury, near the town’s railway station, at about 5.40pm on Saturday.

The woman, who has not been named, suffered minor injuries.

The attacker ran off towards the Eightlands Road station entrance and police believe passengers may have seen him.

The 5.36pm Manchester Airport to Middlesbrough express had just pulled into the station.

The man is described as Asian, around 5ft 6in tall and dressed all in black. He had his hood up.

Anyone with information should contact Dewsbury and Mirfield Neighbourhood Policing Team on 101.



Yet another young lad attacked in Blackburn by two Asian men

Another young lad aged 16  attacked by Muslims in Blackburn. The victim who was with his girlfriend at the time was jumped by 2 of them at Blackburn train station for the massive amount of a fiver. Well worth attacking an innocent young kid for who they outnumber the scumbags. Things like this seem to be happening more and more. Picking the easy target mob handed or with weapons thinking their some kind of hard men, knowing they can get away with it because none of their own community will grass them up and even if they was caught they’ll get a slap on the wrist. Fuuny how it never seems to be other Muslims that get attacked, The victim clearly wasnt Muslim by the fact he was with his girlfriend yet you never hear of them getting done for a race attack like you would if it was the other way.

Boy, 16, attacked at Blackburn Railway Station

9:18am Monday 29th October 2012 in News

A 16-year-old boy was beaten up and robbed at Blackburn Railway Station, police said.

The boy, from Oswaldtwistle, was with his 14-year-old girlfriend at 10.30pm on Saturday, when he tried to buy tickets home using a self-service machine.

As the machine only takes exact change and the boy only had a £5 note, he approached two Asian men to ask for change. Shortly after a conversation with the man, the boy was attacked.

Inspector Graham Ashcroft said: “The two Asian males demanded that he hand them the note, but the lad refused.

“One of the Asian males started repeatedly punching the lad around the face, then the other joined in with knee strikes and kicking.”

Police are now looking through CCTV footage from the railway station to trace the attackers, who fled the scene.

One is described as well built, 5ft5in tall, aged 17 to 18, with stubble on his face, with short dark hair, and was wearing a black jacket and black trousers.

The second man is also described as well built but slightly shorter and slightly older, with stubble, and was also wearing dark clothing.

Anyone who can help the police is asked to call 101.

via Boy, 16, attacked at Blackburn Railway Station (From Lancashire Telegraph).