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  1. Wounded Ronin is offline
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    British gang beatdown w. teenage girl and nunchaku

    This Guardian article was actually posted in a thread in the Bullshido forum, but then I realized that since it apparently contains nunchaku it should be reposted here.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/st...667608,00.html

    A gang who filmed themselves on a mobile phone kicking a barman to death in a "happy slapping" spree of violence straight out of the novel A Clockwork Orange were found guilty of killing their victim yesterday.
    Dubbed the Sargeant crew, the four were convicted of the manslaughter of David Morley, 37, a survivor of the Admiral Duncan pub bombing in Soho six years ago.

    They attacked him as he chatted to a friend on a bench on the South Bank of London; witnesses said one member, a 15-year-old girl, had put the last boot into his skull. The gang later watched the attack at home on the mobile phone.


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    It took an Old Bailey jury 26 hours to find Darren Case, 18, Reece Sargeant, 21, a 17-year-old boy and the 15-year old girl, all from south London, not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter.
    Mr Morley, who worked at Bromptons bar in Earls Court, west London, was one of several victims of the gang, and it was his death in October last year that brought their attacks to an end.

    Details of their lifestyles, in which violence became the drug of pleasure, emerged in court. The girl and her friends were addicted to happy slapping, the growing youth cult of attacking passersby and filming the results on mobile phones.

    Like the so-called droogs in Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange, they chose the South Bank in London as the hunting ground for their "ultra violence", but added a 21st-century twist with the mobile phone pictures.

    Over several months last year they went on "all-nighters", feral sprees of violence on Friday nights when the girl, the daughter of a drug addict mother and an alcoholic father, was allowed out by her foster parents.

    "It was because of her they did what they did," a 17-year-old member of the gang told the court. "Because she wanted to film it on the video phone - people being beaten up."

    They all dressed in hooded tops, but marked out their individuality in different ways. Case, who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, carried a pair of rice flails and always had the left arm of his hoodie rolled up. The girl wore large hoop earrings and carried the mobile phone.

    A girl associated with the gang told the court they would plot attacks at Case's home in Kennington, south London, and would drink heavily before they went out for the night.

    "It was like a little cult thing when they were all gathered around a cauldron," she told police. "They would say, 'Who are we beating up tonight, are beating up druggies, are we beating tramps or are we going out to beat up people in the street?'"

    It was pure chance that Mr Morley crossed their path during one of their weekly forays around Hungerford Bridge in the early hours of the morning.

    Six years earlier Mr Morley had survived the nail bomb attack on the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho, where he was the bar manager. He was haunted by nightmares about the blast and had asked a friend to meet him on the night he was killed because he felt depressed.

    But on the banks of the river Thames, the happy slapping gang managed to do what the Soho bomber, David Copeland, a racist, homophobic loner, had not. Pointing her mobile phone at Mr Morley the teenage girl, known by her graffiti tag of Zobbs, said, "We're doing a documentary on happy slapping. Pose for the camera."

    That cue began an assault so violent that Mr Morley was left with 44 impact injuries and a ruptured spleen.

    His friend, Alastair Whitehead, watched the girl land the final kicks to his head. "She kicked him like you would kick a football or rugby ball, just swinging her right foot back and kicking him really hard in the head," he said.

    "She did that two or three times, maybe more. The image of it will stay with me for ever."

    On the same night, six other people were attacked in the space of 56 minutes.

    The four admitted being present but blamed each other for the attack on Mr Morley. Sargeant accepted that he had watched it later on the girl's mobile phone and, while on remand, Case bragged about the killing, telling a class of youths at Feltham young offenders institution how he had jumped on Mr Morley until his head had "split open".

    Mr Morley's parents, who were in court throughout the trial, said their son had wanted to get on with his life after the Admiral Duncan bombing, despite the nightmares and the physical injuries he sustained. They had never expected his life would be so short.

    Jeff Morley, 76, said yesterday: "No sentence will bring our son back to life, but at least the rest of society will be safer while these dangerous misfits are kept off the street. The assault on David was particularly brutal. He was destroyed."

    The four were also convicted of conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm. Sentencing will take place on January 23.


    Now you know that in the fearful streets of the UK kids with ADD run around beating people up with nunchaku. :ninja7:
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    Rice-flail.

    Why have i never heard it called that? That's so much better than nunchacku.
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    Oh man, you know what's going to happen now? Some watchdog group or angry parent is going to run around claiming it was Clockwork Orange and movies like that that have inspired this real-life violence, and try to get everything in sight banned. Dammit i hate society
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    Little toerags like this are a great argument for the reinstatement of the death penalty. Scumbags.
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    Rice-flail.Why have i never heard it called that? That's so much better than nunchacku.
    Its illegal to pulish the term nunchaku or nunchucks in the UK. ALso any movie showing them is banned - filsm such as TMNT and a lot of other MA movies have been edited into nonsense by having all nunchaku scenes deleted.

    Poor bastard.

    I hope those little toe rags have fun in prison.
    Sociopaths are people too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vile
    Its illegal to pulish the term nunchaku or nunchucks in the UK. ALso any movie showing them is banned - filsm such as TMNT and a lot of other MA movies have been edited into nonsense by having all nunchaku scenes deleted.
    You've got to be shitting me.
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    I hope those little fuckers get beaten down in jail.
    Little bastards.
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    I hope they get GANG raped in jail as the GANG ATTACKED thier victims.
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    Um, why is the mere mention or depiction of nunchaku illegal in the UK? I mean, that's one hell of a pathetic thing for a government to go all 1984 over!
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