Croydon ‘hate crime’: Teenage girl among three more arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after attack on asylum seeker boy

The 17-year-old among three more people picked up by police, bringing the total number of arrests to nine

A teenage girl was among three more people arrested over a “brutal” suspected hate crime which left a teenage asylum seeker with a fractured skull and a blood clot on his brain.

Scotland Yard said the 17-year-old had been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and violent disorder along with a 26-year-old man. A 23-year-old man was arrested in Croydon on Sunday on suspicion of attempted murder.

Detectives believe a group of eight people chased the Kurdish-Iranian teen in Croydon after discovering he was an asylum seeker “and launched a brutal attack”.

Officers and paramedics found the 17-year-old boy with “serious head and facial injuries” who is now in stable condition in hospital. He had suffered a fractured skull and a blood clot on his brain.


2 replies

  1. Native Brits must learn to respect and tolerate those who are different. Muslim community in all western countries need Masajid, state funded Muslim schools with Muslim teachers, halal meat, sharia laws, time of for Friday afternoon prayers in the Masjid, two religious official holidays per year and Muslim cemeteries. Stop treating foreigners like garbage and they will stop ruining your precious country. Why did you let them in in the first place if you didn’t want them here? They left everything in their countries because of your promises. Are you so anxious to please that you can’t say “no”? I would love to see you go to a foreign land where you don’t have any friends, you don’t even know anyone and you don’t speak the language, and start from scratch. I would just LOVE to watch you do that. Let them integrate and stop segregating them. What I want is people being nice to each other. I don’t care about race.

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