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What’s next to go? and where is the leadership to come from Labour? i await comment from the ruling group or the Councillor who acts as Police liaison, perhaps the Money spent on CCTV instead of more people on the street will catch the culprits who burnt out Lidle i doubt it. Who fiddles while Salford Burns.
BRITAIN’S youngest real-life superheroes have joined forces to fight street crime.
Masked crusaders Night Warrior and The Man In Black, both 18, teamed up like Batman and Robin.
They have already hunted down a suspected drugs gang and tipped off cops about their den in North London.
Masked … The Man In Black
Hat-wearing The Man In Black said he has been in a few scrapes tackling crime – and was cut on the hand by one thug. But he only uses an UMBRELLA for protection.
He revealed his identity as unemployed Joseph Falica, of Harrow, who started patrols two years ago. He said: “I’m willing to risk my life.”
Spandex-clad Night Warrior, who has joined him on patrol in London, is from Salford, Gtr Manchester. He said: “I’m saving up for a bullet-proof vest.”
After seeing the violence erupting on the streets of Britain once again, I am appalled at the mindless violence being perpetrated by baying mobs. It has been said that the shooting in London started this off, I disagree !! this was just the catalyst which set the whole thing in motion,our country has been a simmering volcano just waiting to erupt, now it has !!.
The issue is, what has caused this unrest which has been the underlying feature behind the present wave of violence?, cutbacks,unemployment, job losses, poor government at national and local level ? take your pick, the list is endless. As Chairman of the Salford Green Party I feel that there must be a concerted effort by all factions, irrespective of political views,to resolve this situation before total Anarchy takes over our streets, perhaps we could take a leaf from the military book on riot control, to calm the situation down, this system has proved effective in Palestine and northern Ireland and has stood the test of time well. We, in the Green Party will work with any groups willing to take a stand. We cannot except or condone violence in any form, we hope that when peace again comes back to our streets that those found guilty will face the full force of the Law and our hearts go out to those who have lost so much.
Reg Howard, Chairman, Salford Green Party