Thursday, 24 January 2013

Question for Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

On Wednesday 23rd Jan, a number of nationalists attended a public meeting with Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe at Croydon College. Surprisingly I was allowed to ask him a question.


Why are racially motivated crimes against white people not taken as seriously as those committed against other ethnic minorities?

I know the commissioner will try to deny this, so I have a couple of disgraceful examples.

Firstly; the night stalker Delroy Grant was found guilty of a number of burglaries and rapes, carried out on elderly men and women, all of whom were White, yet none of his crimes were treated as racially motivated.

Secondly the cases of a number of women arrested for alleged racially motivated public order offences. Jacqueline Woodhouse (a White lady) was sentenced to 21 weeks imprisonment over an incident on the Central Line. Emma West (a White Lady) is awaiting trial over an alleged incident on the Croydon Tram and has served a couple of weeks on remand and Vandell Brooks (a Black Lady) was sentenced to 1 week imprisonment and a £200 fine for an incident on a London Bus, at a secret trial that the police would not disclose the date of. Vandell had already failed to appear at a previous hearing. The Police, the Crown Prosecution Service and the Press all came down a lot harder on the White women than the Black woman. How do you justify this??????

(The question received a great response from the audience)


Hogan-Howe refused to fully answer the question; on grounds that some of the cases are ongoing (in fact Emma West’s case is the only ongoing case that I mentioned)

He did say that ‘some cases need extra attention due to people being unable to speak English or having mental health issues, then he repeated the lie that “everyone is treated the same regardless of race”.
My Question to Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe 

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