The UK Counter-Terrorism Police Unit is asking local residents to report to authorities any suspicious individuals purchasing “hammers and other objects” that could be used to harm the public.
“Look again…it could save lives. If you see something suspicious, like someone buying knives, hammers and other objects that could be used to cause harm – ACT. Reporting it won’t ruin lives, but it might save them,” posted the unit’s official social media account.
Look again ???? …it could save lives.
If you see something suspicious, like someone buying knives, hammers and other objects that could be used to cause harm – ACT.
— Counter Terrorism Policing UK (@TerrorismPolice) January 28, 2019
“Look again,” said a video depicting a random person purchasing a hammer in a British hardware store. “Unfortunately, life has no rewind button.”
BLOODY BRITAIN: Families Consider ‘KNIFE-PROOF VESTS’ as Murder Rate Soars
Families across London are considering purchasing “knife-proof vests” for their children as the murder rate throughout the UK capital continued to soar this summer; raising serious security concerns for residents across the United Kingdom.
“Parents fearing for their sons’ lives are considering buying them stab-proof vests amid the knife-crime epidemic,” writes the Times.
The news comes after a male model was savagely killed outside his home in West London, with news reports saying he was stabbed in the heart.
His murder brings the knife-related death rate in the UK capital to 60 this year.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s popularity has plummeted in recent weeks as his administration struggles to clampdown on escalating gang violence across Britain’s largest city.
Read the full story here.
GUN FREE ZONE: Americans Flee 'CRAZY' LONDON as Knife Attacks Continue
At least two people were stabbed to death on the streets of London within 30 minutes in separate incidents this weekend; sending the UK capital’s murder rate to 59 as foreign residents flee the city.
A young man and another woman were violently stabbed to death in Britain’s largest city Sunday evening; with paramedics struggling to revive both individuals but ultimately failing.
The spike in violence has foreign residents -and most shockingly native New Yorkers- weighing whether they plan to leave the British capital over the deadly stabbing spree.
“I don’t know what you’ve got going on here, man – it’s crazy,” a 28-year old student from New York City said. “You got people throwing acid in other people’s faces, kids riding around on moped’s stealing cell phones.”
“I think London is starting to feel a little like old-school New York City in the 1970s and early 80s, only without the graffitied subway cars and breakdancing,” said another Big Apple native.
Read the full story at Evening Standard.