The following list is a small selection of the white victims that have died as a result of the actions of non-whites.
Without mass immigration and state-enforced multiculturalism, these people would not have died. If we are to prevent more such atrocities in future, it is our moral imperative that we stop immigration, end the state promotion of a multicultural society and start a policy of mass repatriation.
16-year-old Lucy Lowe was murdered in 2000 alongside her mother and sister, after their house was set on fire by taxi driver and paedophile, Azhar Ali Mehmood. Lucy had suffered three years’ of abuse by Mehmood, and was pregnant at the time of her death. Mehmood wasn’t prosecuted for making Lucy pregnant at the age of 14.
In March 2020, 7-year-old Emily Grace Jones, was stabbed while riding her scooter in the park in Bolton, Greater Manchester. Her killer was 30-year-old Eltiona Skana, who was originally from Albania.
Kriss Donald was a 15-year-old Scottish boy who, in 2004, was kidnapped, brutally tortured and murdered in a racially-motivated attack in Glasgow by a gang of Pakistani men. The BBC were criticised by viewers because the case featured on national news only three times, and the first trial and verdict was largely confined to regional Scottish bulletins.
Rebecca Caine, 20, was killed by an asylum seeker when her vehicle was involved in a head on collision. Rebecca, was an aspiring model and was studying at university when she was involved in a traffic accident with a Renualt Megane, driven by Robert Museka. Museka – a Zimbabwean national – collided with the vehicle Rebecca was travelling in after coming in the wrong direction on a motorway. Museka was charged with causing death by dangerous driving. Museka was also charged with fraud after falsely claiming to have held a UK driving license for 10 years.
David and Dorothy Metcalf
David and Dorothy Metcalf, aged 68 and 65, were killed by an illegal immigrant in a drink driving incident. Failed asylum seeker Eduward Mereohra had previously been deported but was able to slip back into the UK months later. On New Year’s Day, 2012, Mereohra, still drunk from a party the night before, ploughed into David and Dororthy’s car at 100mph, flipping it over, killing them both. Despite being in the country illegally, in court it was heard that Mereohra had obtained a work permit and a national insurance number.
Michaela and Julie Sahin
Michaela Sahin, 28, and Julie Sahin, 50, were murdered by Turk, Ensar Gol, back in 2011. Gol stabbed his English wife Michaela and his mother-in-law hours after posting a message on Facebook explaining how “all the English papers will talk about me tomorrow.” Gol is claimed to have stabbed Michaela whilst she was sleeping. Her mother, Julie and a friend, who were downstairs, rushed to Michaela’s aid to find Gol plunging a knife into Michaela’s body. In the ensuing chaos, Julie was killed whilst her friend was able to escape the house and raise the alarm.
Danny O’Shea, 18, died as the result of a knife wound to the neck after an altercation with black youths in Canning Town, East London. Ten men murdered Danny in a ‘revenge’ attack over a stolen mobile phone. The men had hired a mini-bus and spent two hours searching the area, seeking to find an opposing gang who had robbed one of the men, when they came upon a group of men that included Danny. Catching Danny, they beat him up and then stabbed him in the neck, where he died at the scene.
Phoenix Netts, 28, was murdered in 2020 and her dismembered body was found in suitcases in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Police revealed that Phoenix had been “sawn in half” and set of fire. Jamaican national, Gareeca Gordon, was charged with Phoenix’s murder and Mahesh Sorithaya was charged with assisting an offender.
Christopher Yates, 30, was a computer programmer who was murdered in 2004 by a gang who kicked him to death. Sajid Zulfiqar (25), Zahid Bashir (23) and Imran Maqsood (21) were charged with the murder. After the attack, Zulfiqar shouted: “We have killed the white man. That will teach an Englishman to interfere in Paki business.”
Marcin Bilaszewski, 19, was stabbed to death outside Finsbury Park Station, London, in 2010. Alphonse Kruizinga was charged with the murder. Kruizinga (who had knives hidden up his sleeves) followed Marcin and his friends when they boarded a bus and kept pursuing them after they disembarked, despite requests to leave them alone. Kruizinga had told his victim that it was “the fault of the Polish that the Second World War had occurred”.
Ross Parker, 17, of Peterborough, was stabbed to death with a foot-long hunting knife in 2001. Shaied Nazir (22), Ahmed Ali Awan (22) and Sarfraz Ali (25) were found guilty of murdering Ross. The three men sprayed an aerosol in Ross’s eyes, before punching, kicking and hitting him with a hammer, and then stabbing him in the throat with the knife. The judge described the attack as a “racist killing”.
Fusilier Lee Rigby, 25, was murdered in May 2013 by Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, two men of Nigerian descent. The men ran Lee over with a car, and then attacked him with knives and a cleaver. A post-mortem examination showed that Rigby died from “multiple incised wounds”. The motive of the murder was allegedly retaliation for British military presence in Islamic countries.
In 2014, Leighann Duffy died after she was stabbed and beaten with a hammer in front of her 6-year-old child by Jamaican national Lloyd Byfield. Byfield wa ordered to be deported in 2007 by a judge after attacking another girlfriend of his. He also hit the child with the hammer during the attack. He was jailed for 26 years.
In 2008, 16-year-old Ben Kinsella was stabbed 11 times by a black gang in Islington. Three men were convicted of the murder which had followed an earlier fight outside a bar. The media described the murder as “a horrific act of senseless violence”.
Jack Donoghue, 21, was stabbed to death in the Popworld nightclub in Solihull in December 2019 after an altercation with a group of men, including Tyrall Blake who was one of the men who murdered him. He went for a night out with his friends and his last words to his Mum were: “I’ll see you later mum, love you”. He never returned home. He was taken to hospital with serious stab injuries and died shortly after.
Jimmy Mizen was a 16-year-old schoolboy stabbed to death in Lee, London, by 19-year-old Jake Fahri after being attacked in a bakery. He was stabbed in the neck and bled to death. Fahri was sentenced to life with a minimum term of 14 years.
In 2015, 15-year-old Alan Cartwright was riding his bicycle along Caledonian Road in London when he was stabbed to death by 18-year-old black gang member Joshua Williams, who then stole his bike. He received a life sentence with a minimum serving of 21 years.
In 2009, Chris Folkes was beaten to death in a Blackburn Park by 16-year-old Mohsin Mohamed. The court heard his head was stamped on and kicked like a football. Mohsin was jailed for 11 years for the attack.
Charlene Downes went missing in 2003. She was 14-years-old. Two Muslim takeaway owners were arrested after police placed bugging devices in their shop. They were heard saying that she had “gone in the kebabs”. The evidence was found to be illegally obtained and the men were released and given compensation to the amount of six figures. Her murder is still unsolved.
Rachel Manning was strangled and her body dumped on a golf course in Milton Keynes in 2000. Her boyfriend was convicted of her murder but had his conviction quashed in 2007. Shahidul Ahmed was caught when his DNA was taken after another sex attack in 2010. He had strangled Miss Manning and disfigured her face with a steering lock. He has a minimum term of 27 years to serve.
Hannah Foster, 17-years-old, was raped and murdered in Southampton by Maninder Pal Singh Kohli, who fled back to India after the murder. He was brought back and jailed for 24 years.
Jodie Chesney, 17, was stabbed to death in a park in Harold Hill in 2019 while sitting on a bench with friends. It is thought that she was mistaken for a drug dealer called Jade. Svenson Ong a Kwie and Aaron Isaacs, both drug dealing gang members, were jailed for 26 years and 18 years.
Louella Fletcher-Michie, 24, died after her boyfriend, Ceon Broughton, gave her Class A drugs at Bestival in 2019. As she lay dying, Broughton filmed her on his phone and called her a “drama queen”.
Joanne Rand, 47, was sitting on a bench in High Wycombe when she was “accidently” sprayed with acid by gang members fighting each other. She died from her injuries. Xeneral Webster, 19, was sentenced to 27 years.
David Henkel, 32, was killed after suffering head injuries following an argument in a kebab house. David had been on a night out when an argument broke out between him and Nowbahar Bahar. Bahar threw a punch which knocked David to the ground with such force that he suffered a fractured skull. Bahar, who arrived in the UK from Afghanistan in 2001, was sentenced to four-and-a-half years for manslaughter.
In 1994, 15-year-old Richard Everitt was stabbed to death in London in a racially-motivated attack. Richard was not involved in any gangs, but was murdered by a 10-strong gang of Bangladeshis who attacked him from behind.
Aaron Dugmore was just 9-years-old when he was discovered hanged in his bedroom by his mother. Aaron is believed to be one of the youngest children to have committed suicide due to bullying in the UK. His family is quoted as saying he was bullied for being White. Aaron attended Erdington Hall Primary School, a school where 75% of the pupils come from an ethnic minority background. His parents said that Aaron had previously been threatened by an Asian student with a plastic knife and that he was forced to hide from the bullies at lunchtime. Despite complaining to the school, Aaron’s parents said that no action was taken to stop the bullying.
Tracey Cullum, 31, died six weeks after being set on and brutally attacked by a gang of thugs. Tracey was waiting for a bus with her 12-year-old son when she was assaulted after confronting a group of young men who had pushed into the queue. After the attack, she appeared to make a recovery but passed away following a seizure caused by a blood clot. The assailants were all described as Black and aged 16-18.
88-year-old Rosina Waller was beaten to death in her home on New Year’s Day, 2010, by 34-year-old Hassan Salahi who broke into Rosina’s home and left her with head injuries so severe that she was killed. She was a beloved mother to two and grandmother to five. She had just celebrated her 88th birthday and her daughter described her murder as a “tragic way” for her life to end, as well as leaving a “devastating gap” in the lives of her family members.
54-year-old Malcolm Anderson, father of four, was killed in December 2011 by 39-year-old Iqbal Singh who was an illegal immigrant driving a van without a licence or insurance. He fell asleep at the wheel on the M6 and crashed into Malcolm’s car. Iqbal Singh was jailed only for two years in the crash which not only killed Malcolm but left Malcolm’s 50-year-old wife Deborah and 13-year-old son Jason badly hurt.
Laura Wilson was 17 in October 2010 when she was stabbed 40 times and thrown in the canal by her 17-year-old ex-boyfriend, Ashtiaq Asghar; an act the police called an ‘honour killing’. Four months earlier she had given birth to a baby with a 21-year old man. The families of the men, both of Pakistani heritage, had apparently been unaware of the relationships and the existence of the child. Tired of being a secret, Wilson decided to tell them. Days later, the ex-boyfriend murdered her. Both men stood trial; the older man was acquitted, and Asghar was jailed for 17 years and six months.
Richard Cromarty, 66, was stabbed to death in 2003 by an Iraqi Kurd, Sherzad Muhamed. Muhamed launched a frenzied attack on Richard, who lived in the same block of flats. Richard suffered more than 20 knife wounds, with the fatal wound penetrating his heart. Richard’s last words were captured on a neighbour’s security camera, he said: “Help me, help me, been stabbed, help. It’s that Iraqi – just stabbed me with this.”
George Rowe, 79, was attacked whilst returning home from collecting his pension. George was stabbed in the chest and had his throat slit. Rowe’s daughter said “the lights went from his eyes” after the attack. George later died in hospital after discovering he had lung cancer when recovering from his wounds. George was the victim of Sabul Miah, who had between December 2002 and February 2003, embarked on a series of attacks on pensioners and was described as a ‘grave danger’ to the elderly.
William McKeeney, 57, was murdered in an attack near his home in 2012. His two attackers, Asif Rehman and Adel Ishaq caused William to fall to the ground, and repeatedly kicked, punched, stamped on, and jumped on his head and body. William was taken to the Victoria Infirmary where he later died of his wounds.
14-year-old Alice went missing in August 2014 and was found a month later in the Grand Union Canal. She had been raped, murdered and her body weighed down and dumped in the water. Her killer, Latvian, Arnis Zalkalns, was found four days later, hanged from a tree in Boston Manor Park in Hounslow. The 41-year-old had a previous conviction for murdering his wife in Latvia, burying her in a shallow grave. After spending several years in prison he later moved to the UK in 2007. Alice’s mother has told of her concern that a man convicted of killing his wife in Latvia was able to freely move into the UK, as the inquest into her death heard details of similarity between the two murders. Whilst the Met Police were unaware of Zalkalns conviction, it would not have prevented him from moving to the UK.
PC Keith Blakelock
PC Keith Blakelock was murdered on 6th October 1985 during riots on the Broadwater Farm Estate in Tottenham. Attacked by 50 people, he received over 40 injuries from knives and machetes and was found with a six inch knife still in his neck. Three men were convicted of the murder but later freed on appeal. Ten others have been arrested but nobody has been found guilty of this murder.
Lee Pomeroy was travelling with his 14-year-old son on a Guildford to London train when he was stabbed 18 times by Darren Pencille. Pencille claimed self-defence but was sentenced to 28 years in prison.
Gavin Hopley, 19, was murdered by a Muslim gang after he got lost on a night out in Oldham. 5 men were jailed for violent disorder and one for robbing Gavin. Mohsin Raza was cleared of murder after claiming he was working at a takeaway. Nobody has been convicted of this murder.
Saffie Roussos, 8, was among 22 people killed at an Arianna Grande concert in 2017. The concert was bombed by the son of Libyan asylum seekers, Salman Ramadan Abedi, who died in the attack. His brother Hashem Abedi was found guilty of 22 counts of murder.
Jack Merritt was working with ex-prisoners when one of them stabbed him to death in the 2019 London Bridge terror attack. Usman Khan stabbed 5 people, two fatally, before being shot dead by police.
Saskia Jones was the second death in the 2019 London Bridge terror attack in which Usman Khan was shot dead after stabbing 5 people and killing two.
Victoria Agoglia, 15, died in 2003 in Manchester after being injected with heroin. This was after 18 months of her telling the authorities that she was being abused, raped and plied with drugs by a “grooming gang”. A review into her death found that officials and police had turned a blind eye to her abuse and an investigation into the grooming gangs has been shelved. Nobody has been convicted over her death or the abuse which was said to have been by dozens of “Asian” men.
Richard Mannington Bowes
Richard Mannington Bowes, 68, was killed with a single punch by 16-year-old Darrell Desuze during the London riots of 2011. Mr Bowes was trying to put out a fire started by rampaging Black youths when he was attacked. He died three days later. Desuze was jailed for 8 years.
Richard Whelan, 28, was stabbed to death on a London bus in 2005 when he tried to stop Anthony Joseph throwing chips at his girlfriend. He was stabbed 7 times. Joseph was cleared of murder and convicted of manslaughter and sent to Broadmoor mental hospital.
Tom ap Rhys Price
Tom ap Rhys Price, 31, was a lawyer was murdered by two youths, Donnel Carty and Delano Brown in Kensal Green in 2006. They were out committing street robberies and stabbed Mr Price for his mobile phone and oyster card. Both were convicted and got 21 years and 17 years in prison.
22-year-old Peter Woodham was shot dead on his doorstep in Canning Town in 2006 after standing up to a gang who had previously slashed his face and neck. Bradley Tucker, 18, was jailed for 25 years for the shooting.
Iuliana Tudos, 22, was hit over the head with a bottle and stabbed and mutilated by Kasim Lewis on Christmas Eve in 2017. She was discovered dead in a disused building in Finsbury Park. Lewis, who was described as a “porn addict” and a “sadistic sex attacker” was jailed for life.
Mary Ann Leneghan
Mary Ann Leneghan, 16, was raped, tortured, beaten, burned and stabbed to death in Reading in 2005 by a London drug dealing gang who thought that she had grassed on them to rival drug dealers. Her friend was shot in the head but amazingly survived. Mary Ann was stabbed over 40 times. Six men were jailed for life.
Ricky Smith, 25, a father of two from Highbury, was stabbed to death in October 1997 as he walked home from a pub with his girlfriend. There was no eye contact as the attacker simply plunged a knife into him while walking past. 11 years later police forensically linked this murder to another horrific knife attack a few miles away the same night but nobody has ever been arrested for these crimes.
In 2007, 16-year-old Ben Hitchcock was stabbed to death in a street clash in Beckenham, South London. Ben was the only White boy involved in the fracas and the gang responsible for killing him later boasted “We killed your white boy”. Nobody was ever convicted of Ben’s murder.
Therapist Donna Barrow-Jones, 53, was run over in Wigan in 2019 by Libyan asylum seeker Rezar Abukhrais, who did not stop at the scene. Abukhrais was working illegally as a delivery driver, and did not have a British driving licence or any insurance.
On her way to school in 2013, 16-year-old Christina Edkins was stabbed in a random attack by 23-year-old schizophrenic Phillip Simelane in Birmingham. Simelane had previously been in prison multiple times, including for threatening to stab his own mother, and had been released three months before the attack despite warning signs over the state of his mental health.
Sarah Henshaw, from Leeds, was killed by her ex-boyfriend Kileo Mbega in 2019 after the pair split. Mbega hit Henshaw over the head multiple times with a claw hammer before strangling her with a cord cut from a vacuum cleaner. This came shortly after Henshaw had reassured relatives that her then-boyfriend was not violent.
20-year-old Tommy Blackmore was killed with a single punch while trying to break up a fight in London in 2015. His killer, Lloyd Smythe, was jailed for five and a half years.
Jodi Miller was killed in Leeds in 2019 by Sudanese asylum seeker Karar Ali Karar. Ali Karar stabbed Miller 15 times at a friend’s house after she had repeatedly refused his offers to pay her for sex.
Russell Jones, 23, was standing with friends in Enfield, North London, when he was killed by Bilkan Bilkaner and Duke Quainoo in an unprovoked attack. The pair, who used a shotgun and a knife to murder Jones, later bragged about the event in a rap video.
Danny Pearce, 31, was killed by Jordan Bailey-Mascoll in London in 2017. Pearce was walking with his girlfriend and two friends when he was targeted by two men, who demanded he hand over his watch. When he refused, he was chased, stabbed repeatedly, and shot at.
Alex Leonard, 23, was stabbed after confronting Cameron Martin-Leon, who had been behaving aggressively in Birmingham in 2017. Martin-Leon had bragged about carrying a knife for protection earlier on the day of the murder and was given a minimum of 14 years in prison.
Catherine Burke was murdered in her own home in Muswell Hill in 2017. The killer Kasim Lewis eventually confessed to the crime from prison, where he was already serving a life sentence for murdering barmaid Iuliana Tudos.
Daniel Adger, 32, was attacked with a machete at a house in South Ockenden, Essex, in 2017 and later died of his injuries. Daniel Boakye and Zakaria Lahrar were found guilty of murder.
Patrick McGee from Manchester was beheaded by his schizophrenic neighbour Eric Cruz in 2008. The Filipino-born Cruz falsely believed McGee was planning to kill his toddler son.
Lynn Savery, 19, was killed by her boyfriend Ashfaq Khan in Manchester in 2005. Lynn was strangled in her own home just hours after celebrating the first birthday of the couple’s baby daughter.
Kimberley Frank and Samantha Sykes
Two teenage friends, Kimberley Frank and Samantha Sykes, were both killed in West Yorkshire in March 2012 by Ahmad Otak, who later tried to flee the country. Afghan asylum seeker Otak had met Miss Frank in the care system, but he was suspected to be much older than he had claimed.
27-year-old Westley Odger was stabbed to death by two brothers Andrew and Mark Fredericks in Colchester in 2005. Both guilty parties already had long criminal records before the murder.
Jake Kemp was killed in a hit-and-run in Bexley, South-East London in 2019 after a dispute over a broken wing mirror. The killer Uran Nabiev, who had been drinking prior to the event, tried to flee to his native Azerbaijan but was arrested on his return to Britain.
Edinburgh father-of-one, Shaun Woodburn, had been celebrating Hogmanay in 2017 when he was attacked by 16-year-old Mohammed Ibnomer in an unprovoked attack. Ibnomer, who was training to be a boxer, killed Woodburn with one punch but his identity could not be revealed at first due to his age.
Successful banker John Monckton was stabbed in his Chelsea home in 2004 while trying to defend his wife and daughter from two men who had tricked their way into his house by pretending to be delivery men. One of the two men, Damien Hanson, was on probation after serving half of a sentence for attempted murder.
16-year-old Linda Lietaviete was found dead in Bournemouth in 2013 with multiple stab wounds to her chest. The killer, 26-year-old Alvin Santos, had attempted to cover Linda’s body with leaves and was also found to have taken drugs on the day of the murder.
Partially-sighted, 85-year-old Paula Castle from Greenford, West London, died of head injuries after being pushed to the ground in a mugging by two teenage boys in 2012. The boys’ anonymity order was lifted due to the seriousness of the case and they were later named as Jiervon Bartlett and Nayed Hoque.
14-year-old London schoolboy, Martin Dinnegan, was killed by a gang in 2007. The incident was sparked after one of Martin’s friends allegedly looked the wrong way at members of a gang on a bus, before Martin was eventually stabbed by 16-year-old Joseph Chin, who already had a long criminal record. Joseph Chin was convicted of murder at the Old Bailey and was ordered to serve a minimum of 12 years. Kevron Williams, 17, was sentenced to four years for attempting to cause grievous bodily harm during the attack.
Dr Jeroen Ensink
Dutch academic, Dr Jeroen Ensink, was stabbed to death yards from his London home in 2015 as he had gone out to post cards announcing the birth of his daughter. His killer, Femi Nandap, had moved to Britain from Nigeria and had already been charged with wielding a knife in a public place and attacking a police officer earlier that year.
Jonathan Zito was getting ready for Christmas with his new wife in 1992 when he was stabbed through the eye by Christopher Clunis at Finsbury Park station in London. It later emerged that Clunis had previously been diagnosed as schizophrenic in Jamaica and had previously been detained under the Mental Health Act after moving to London. Clunis admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility and was ordered to be detained indefinitely in a maximum security hospital.
Football fan Luke Fitzpatrick was stabbed while watching a game at a pub in London in 2013. Mr Fitzpatrick was in the pub when it was “stormed” by at least 15 masked and hooded youths armed with sticks and knives. According to evidence given at the trial, regulars chased the group out but they then turned and attacked Mr Fitzpatrick, who was nearest to them. Luke was stabbed in the chest with a knife believed to be around 19.5cm long. His father Bernard, who had been running behind, raced to help his son and was stabbed several times in the abdomen and in the back of his legs before he passed out. Paramedics operated on Luke on the street but he was pronounced dead at the scene 12.09am.
Aaron Springett died after a brawl in South London in 2018. Joseph Otinkoran Ankrah, who had never met Springett before, suddenly attacked him after coming out of a betting shop, and ultimately kicked Springett in the chest with such force that he later died of internal bleeding.
Roofer Billy Ward was stabbed nine times in East Croydon in December 2007 after an argument on a night bus following a night out. Starfield Badza and Junior Lumbango lured Billy off the bus for a fist fight and knifed him nine times in the chest including a fatal wound to his heart. His killers, both 19, were each jailed for 18 years.
Robert Knox, who had appeared in the film Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, was stabbed to death in 2008 after intervening in a fight to protect his brother. His killer, Karl Bishop, already had a long criminal record for violent offences. Bishop was sentenced at the Old Bailey to life in prison and was told he must serve a minimum term of 20 years.
Jack Large was killed at the age of just 14 in Chigwell, Essex in 2007. Jack and his killer were said to have squared up after a prank before a knife was plunged into Jack’s head. The court was told that Jack’s killer, who could not be named because of his age, claimed he had been taunted because of his Afro-Caribbean heritage. He was sentenced to five years’ detention.
24-year-old Dean Mayley, who suffered from learning difficulties and had a mental age of about nine, was stabbed in a mugging by a gang of teenagers in West London in 2014. The mugging was caught on CCTV. Dean Mayley was stabbed in the heart for refusing to hand over his mobile phone to three robbers who stopped him as he walked home in Greenford, West London. The 24-year-old had learning difficulties due to a brain disorder called Microcephaly and probably did not fully understand what the teenagers wanted, jurors were told. Gang leader, Jamal Jones, was convicted of murder and the three other members were convicted of manslaughter.
Keeley Bunker was raped and killed on the way home from celebrating her birthday in September 2019. The 20-year-old was returning home from a concert with childhood friend, Wesley Streete, when she was killed and her body hidden in a brook in a park.
Melissa, Mark and Noah Crook
Melissa Crook, as well as her son, Noah, and father, Mark, were killed in a fire deliberately started by her estranged husband Danai Muahmmadi and his friend Farhad Mahmud. The arson attack was planned in advance following the breakdown of the relationship between Muhammadi and Ms Crook.
Amy Leigh Barnes
Model, Amy Leigh Barnes, was killed by her boyfriend Ricardo Morrison in Farnworth, Greater Manchester in 2009. Morrison had a long history of violence, including violence to women, and stabbed Miss Barnes nine times before she was found bleeding by her father.
Kirsty Treloar from East London was stabbed 29 times by her boyfriend Myles Williams in 2012, just one day after Williams had made a New Year’s Resolution not to hurt her again. The couple had recently had a baby, who was left covered in blood during the attack.
Hilda Ashdown, 82, was killed by robber Elroy Simmonds at her home in Camberwell in 2004. Simmonds, who was already a convicted rapist and had robbed a number of elderly people, punched and kicked Mrs Ashdown after she had fought back with her stick when he had broken into her home.
Victor Parsons was murdered by Turkish immigrant, Ali Koc, during a month-long spell of violent attacks on lone men carried out by Koc in London in early 2011. The attacks were completely motiveless and in many cases involved the victim being battered with lumps of wood.
Marilyn and Nicholas Cook
Mother and son Marilyn and Nicholas Cook died in a fire at their home in Stoke-on-Trent in 1992. The man responsible for starting the fire, landlord Faisal Latif, was arrested for the crime in the United States more than 10 years later and was eventually jailed for 15 years.
83-year-old former Sunday school teacher Rosella Middleton was found battered to death at her home in a Birmingham tower block in 1994. It was not possible to find the killer until advances in DNA technology years later led to the conviction of Frank Rudolph Moe, who had a record of indiscriminate attacks.
Rose Doughty from Middlesbrough was stabbed and strangled at her home by neighbour Christian Darko after refusing to give him money. Mrs Doughty was a respected figure in the community, and had previously given help to Mr Darko prior to the incident.
Judith Nibbs was decapitated by her partner at their London home in 2014. Ms Nibbs was attacked with an iron bar by her partner of 30 years, Dempsey Nibbs, who, after cutting off her head, then tried to flush it down the toilet.
David Molloy, 24, was murdered with a stab wound to the heart by Mohammed Khalid in Hemel Hempstead in 2018. Khalid, who was said to be a drug dealer, then tried to flee to Pakistan but was arrested in London two days after the murder.
Anthony Banting was killed at a tram stop in Birmingham in 2017 by schizophrenic Alaeldien Ahmed, who stabbed him up to 50 times in a random attack. Ahmed had come to Britain as an asylum seeker one year prior to the attack and had already spent several months in a mental health unit.
17-year-old Jamie Brown from Halifax was stabbed to death at a Halloween party in 2018. The killer, Michael Thompson, was part of an armed gang which was trying to gate-crash the party when he got into an argument with Brown and his friends.
Kieran Crump-Raiswell, 18, was murdered in broad daylight in an unprovoked attack in Manchester in 2013. His killer, Imran Akhtar Hussain, had spent up to an hour driving round the streets “looking for a suitable victim to stab”.
London pensioner Eileen Jones was taking a plate of food for a blind neighbour at her home in Shoreditch, East London, when she was ferociously attacked by Christopher Newton, who had spent the day drinking. Jones was found dead the next day with multiple injuries to her face and chest.
88-year-old Margery Gilbey (known as Madge) from East London was lying in her bed at a care home when she was strangled and stabbed by 17-year-old Imran Douglas, who then ransacked her room and left her to die. The previous day he had visited the care home and talked his way inside by pretending to be the grandson of another resident.
Blackpool landlady Jemima Cargill was strangled by her former tenant Stephen Akinmurele in 1998, who then set fire to the house where she had lived for the past 20 years. Nigerian-born Akinmurele was also charged for killing two other Blackpool pensioners but hanged himself in prison before standing trial.
Apprentice carpenter Jason Isaacs was stabbed to death after being chased by a moped gang of four people close to his home in West London in November 2017. 18-year-old Joel Amade was later convicted of murder and sentenced to a minimum of 20 years.
Kate Beagley, a 32-year-old businesswoman from London, was murdered by fitness trainer Karl Taylor on their first date in 2007. Taylor had turned up for the date with a carving knife hidden in his clothing but claimed in court that Miss Beagley had committed suicide.
24-year-old Gemma Dorman was stabbed multiple times by illegal immigrant Vikramgit Singh in London in 2008. The two had previously been in a relationship, but Singh continued to send her hundreds of text messages a week even after she had got engaged to another man.
Father-of-two Dale Grice was fatally stabbed by Ravinder Heer following a brief fight in Birmingham. Heer had turned up at his ex-partner’s house during a social gathering which he had not been invited to when he saw Mr Grice, who he had previously been friends with.
16-year-old Andrew Holland from Greater Manchester was killed by complete stranger Mahmud Maksoudian outside a takeaway in 2007. The sequence of events leading up to the murder are unclear but Maksoudian pulled out a knife and stabbed both Holland and a friend, who was injured but made a full recovery.
Mick McGrath was killed in a punishment beating over an alleged drug debt at his home in Carshalton. Ryan Parker-Saunders, a drug runner for a Chinese Triad gang known as the Wo Shing Wo, grabbed a vase and smashed it over Mr McGrath’s head 11 times before fleeing, leaving him for dead in a pool of blood.
16-year-old Nicholas Pearton was killed by a gang of seven black youths in a park in Southeast London in May 2010. The court heard Nicholas had become caught up in a fight between two gangs following a row at school earlier in the day. After the attack, he ran into a chicken takeaway shop where he collapsed and died.
Michael Polding from Brighton was killed by illegal immigrant Ricardo Pisano in May 2012. Mr Pisano had previously lived with Mr Polding, but the pair had had an abusive relationship and Mr Pisano had exploited him financially. After Mr Pisano attacked Mr Polding, he then fled the area.
Klara Prokopcova was beaten to death by boyfriend Zahir Ahmed in Luton in 2007. Ahmed, who was married with a five-year-old son and who worked as a bouncer, beat Ms Prokopcova to death over a period of four hours on the night of her own 26th birthday after she had left a nightclub with a female friend and had left him behind.
Viktorija Sokolova, 14 years old and originally from Lithuania, was killed in a park in Wolverhampton by Ayman Aziz before her body was dumped on a bench. Aziz had contacted Sokolova online and lured her to the park before raping and murdering her. He was sentenced to serve at least 19 years behind bars.
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Lance Scott Walker, an 18-year-old who was under the care of Islington council, was stabbed to death by his own flatmate Idris Hassan in August 2016. Hassan was schizophrenic and had convictions for having a blade in public and violence, and had been referred after being found with an ISIS leaflet.
Elaine Walpole, a well-loved mother of three from Norfolk, was killed in 2008 by Juvinai Ferreira, who had moved to Britain from Gambia the previous year. Ferreira claimed to be aged 17 in order to receive a lighter sentence but a police forensic investigation proved he was at least 20.
Belinda Rose was stabbed to death in Birmingham in 2019 by Inderjit Ram, who ran a company offering residential support to vulnerable adults which Mrs Rose worked for. Mr Ram stabbed Mrs Rose five times in the torso but the charge was later reduced to manslaughter – which Mr Ram pleaded guilty to – because he was said to be suffering from depression.
Terry May, 19, was murdered by a group of black men in Croydon in 1981. His friend escaped onto a nearby bus but Terry was unable to get away due to his disability. He was stabbed and hacked with knives and axes, and his face was mutilated. Ronald Pilgrim, 24, was found not guilty of murder and was convicted of manslaughter for the killing. Other gang members were acquitted of murder and received sentences of Borstal or a few months in jail.
In the early hours of 18th June 1999, two 24-year-olds, law student Timothy Baxter (known as Timo) and his music student friend Gabriel Cornish, walked home across London’s Hungerford Bridge after spending the evening partying with friends. As the young men began to cross the bridge three youths walked onto the bridge from the other direction. At the moment they passed each other the youths attacked and mugged Timo and Gabriel. Another three youths also joined in the attack. They were beaten unconscious and thrown from the bridge into the river. Tim drowned. 6 youths were convicted of the attack.
Kian Tordoff, 19, died after he was stabbed in Bradford city centre in October 2021. Arbaz Khan, 21, and Aizaz Khan, 26, both of Yew Tree Avenue, Daisy Hill, Bradford, and a 16-year-old, who is also from Bradford, have been charged with the murder.
15-year-old Joseph Marafini was murdered outside Sainsbury’s in Garratt Lane, Earlsfield, shortly before 5pm, on 29th October 2020. Imran Boudjellel, 20, confronted Joseph and stabbed him in the chest and neck with a 26cm knife in an unprovoked attack. Boudjellel denied murder but a Kingston Crown Court jury convicted him of the charge after a four-week trial.
In June 2002, Tony, 33, who had an 8 year old son, was allegedly punched and kicked to death by Adman Hussein, 30, and Hasan Burunlu, 25, who believed that Tony had smashed the window of a kebab shop. A group of men ran out of the shop and chased Tony, who tried to flee. He was left bleeding on the pavement and died an hour later. The post-mortem found that he died from serious head injuries.
Kevin Jackson, 31, was stabbed in the head with a screwdriver when he tried to prevent his father-in-law’s car from being stolen. Raees Khan, Rangzaib Akhtar and Rashad Zaman, from Bradford, had been on a three-month car crime spree and had attempted to steal the car from Kevin Jackson’s driveway. Kevin was stabbed on December 30th, 2001, and he died from his injuries on New Year’s Day. All 3 men were found guilty of murder.
In October 2002, Thomas Scott, 34, who was visiting his brother in London, became involved in an “argument and scuffle” after getting lost on the tube. He was punched with a knuckleduster at least twice and failed to regain consciousness after his skull was fractured. Mohamed Ahmed, 20, along with a 17 year old and two 16 year olds were all cleared of manslaughter and murder.
In 2002, Simon Henderson, 21, was stabbed twice in the neck and twice in the head by Moroccan immigrant Somir Akbar, 19, as he was visiting his father. When his father heard of his death, he had a heart attack and collapsed on the floor and died a week later. Two years later, Simon’s brother Stephen, 24, took an overdose as he was so consumed with grief.
Deborah Peaty, 26, was 30 weeks pregnant when she was involved in a car accident. Sri Lankan asylum seeker, Ratnam Yogan, was accused of two counts of causing death by dangerous driving and charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice, along with Ramasamy Nallaikkanthan and Pushparajah Sinnappayal. Deborah’s baby was delivered and named Charlotte, but was pronounced dead.
In September 2003, Sean Whyte, 17, died from stab wounds after an apparent street fight in Colne, where Burnley police had been called out. Hasan Mumtaz, 18, was charged with murder and violent disorder. His brother Wasim Mumtaz, 20, was charged with wounding a woman and violent disorder.
Ashley Hedger, 16, was left with a ceremonial dagger embedded in his head after being stabbed in the heart, back, neck and temple. In January 2004, Mohammed Hai, 22, believed that Ashley had robbed his younger brother, but Ashley had been wrongly pointed out. Mohammed fled to Pakistan but was charged on his return.
In December 2005, Stuart Grant, 33, was stabbed to death after a chase through West London. Stuart approached some officers who were on patrol, who gave him first aid before he was taken to hospital, where he died shortly after. Omar Tracey, 23, James Herman, 26, and Cameron Herman, 20, were convicted of the murder.
On the morning of 8th April 2004, Ursula Craddock, 82, who was also known as Joan, was knocked to the ground by a man as she walked along a road in East London. Police began a murder hunt after she died in hospital a few days later. Her son, David said: “It’s my mum this time, but next time it could be somebody else’s”. The attacker was described as Black and 5ft 9ins tall.
A teacher and father of 2, Robert Symons, 45, was stabbed through the heart in his home in Chiswick, West London in October 2004. Yousef Bouhaddou, who was a crack cocaine addict who police believe was responsible for dozens of crimes, was released early from jail on parole. He served only half of a five-and-a-half-year sentence for a string of burglaries across London.
In September 2004, Dennis Finnegan, 50, was stabbed several times in the back and chest by John Barrett, a Black man who had escaped from a South London hospital. John Barrett had previously stabbed three people in the outpatients department of St George’s Hospital in 2002. He became a “restricted patient”, which meant that the Home Office had ultimate responsibility for monitoring him in the community. The day before he murdered Dennis Finnegan, he was admitted to another unit where he absconded during an hour’s ground leave.
On 16th October 2005, Nicholas Shepherd, 39, who was a university lecturer, was stabbed several times in the chest inside a Liverpool pub by Lloyd George Patton, who is thought to be of African descent. Reports have said that Lloyd had previously stolen a laptop from Nicholas, who then confronted Lloyd. Lloyd was charged with murder and a second man was arrested in connection of murder.
On 15th December 2005, Charlotte Adams, 5, was walking home from a Christmas party in East London with her family, where her father had been playing Father Christmas, when a BMW mounted the pavement, hitting Charlotte and her mother just yards from their home. Charlotte’s mother was taken to hospital, but Charlotte died at the scene. The two men in the car were described to police as Black, one was 6ft 3in and well spoken, both ran off after the crash.
Music producer Richard Holmes, 21, was shot dead in November 2005 by Carl Dobson, also known as the grime rap star Crazy Titch, 23, because an artist Richard had worked with had ‘disrespected’ Carl’s half-brother, Dwayne Mahorn, 25, in a song lyric. The half-brothers held a handgun to Richard’s head and as he tried to escape they shot him in the back. They also shot him in his leg with a Mach 10 machine gun.
Stephen Coulson, 53, from East London, died from stab wounds to the chest in October 2006, after being set upon, beaten and violently kicked by two men; Lincoln Peter, 51 of African descent, and Everson Etienne, 52, also believed to be of African descent. Lincoln received a life sentence for murder and Everson was jailed for 6 months for causing actual bodily harm.
Mark Conway, 28, was stabbed to death at work in August 2005. Saman Sali Karim, 26, was a worker at a pizza factory, and Hull Crown Court heard that Saman had been “in a strop” as he had been refused the day off work. After he arrived 4 hours late to work, his manager, Mark Conway, called him into his office where he stabbed Mark 15 times in the stomach. Saman had a history of violence and was known to carry knives. The court also heard that Saman had been tortured in Iraq and arrived as a refugee in the UK in July 1999.
On 10th June 2006, Kally Gilligan, 15, was shot in the neck and chest with a sawn-off double-barrelled shotgun by her ex-boyfriend Josh Thompson, 18. Josh had been to a party the night before where he had spoken about his break-up and had spoken about killing himself. The next day he travelled to Kally’s house and after shooting Kally, he shouted, “I’m an evil man, may God forgive me”, and then shot himself. Kally’s mum was also in the house at the time.
In January 2006, Thomas Winston, 18, was stabbed three times in the back by his “friend” Tyrell Anderson, 19. Thomas had purchased a mobile phone from Tyrell, and one of the notes turned out to be a forgery. A few weeks later, Tyrell smashed Thomas’ car windscreen with a hammer which then turned into a fight. As Thomas was being helped up from the ground by another friend, Tyrell attacked him from behind with a knife.
Christopher Davis, 17, died in hospital in January 2006, from a single knife wound to his abdomen. It’s thought that a fight had taken place outside Upney Station in Barking. Seven teenagers were arrested in connection with the murder, four were released without charge, a man of 22 and girl of 15 were detained, and a 17 year old was charged with the murder.
Marie Harding, 73, was one of the four victims that was murdered by Daniel Gonzalez, 27, in September 2004. Marie was walking to her home in Highdown, Southwick, when she was attacked in a secluded lane. She was later found to have been stabbed.
Irish-born pub landlord, Kevin Malloy, 46, was among the victims of Daniel Gonzalez, 27, who stabbed four people to death, and attacked a further two who survived. Kevin was found stabbed to death with multiple stab injuries in Tottenham on the same day as two of the other victims in September 2004. Daniel Gonzalez was found dead at Broadmoor Hospital in 2007.
Jean Robinson, 68, who was a retired music teacher was found stabbed to death, alongside her husband, in their home in Makepeace Avenue in Highgate Hill in September 2004. Jean was one of the four people stabbed to death by Daniel Gonzalez, 27, who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia in 1998.
Derek Robinson, 75, a retired consultant paediatrician, was found stabbed to death in his home, alongside his wife in September 2004. Derek and his wife were discovered by a decorator in the hallway of their home, and were among the four people to have been stabbed to death by schizophrenic Daniel Gonzalez, 27.
In August 2007, Stacey Westbury, 23, was found dead in her home by her father. Her face was bloodied and bruised from repeated punches. She had been strangled and stabbed in the neck, stomach and right hand with a nine-inch blade, and is thought to have been sexually attacked before being killed. Her son was in his cot as her body lay on the sofa yards away. A Black man named Christopher Braithwaite, 22, has been given a life sentence. He was a crack cocaine addict and alleged serial rapist who had only been released from custody a week before the murder, where he had been arrested for rape, but was released the following day.
Stuart Lowe, 18, was “battered to death”, in October 2007 by Sibongiseni Majola, 17. Stuart suffered a massive brain injury after he was struck in the head with a screwdriver and kicked whilst he was on the ground. He clung to life for seven days, but he died a week later without regaining consciousness. A previous altercation had taken place and Sibongiseni claimed that he and a friend, who was armed with a shovel, had been subjected to racist comments, even though Stuart was not involved.
Timothy Smith, 38, was stabbed to death after he accidentally bumped into Rickell Patterson, 16, who was riding his BMX along a crowded pavement, in 2007. Rickell was so enraged that he pulled out a kitchen knife and plunged it into Timothy’s chest before riding off, leaving him bleeding to death. Timothy was a former Rutland Times reporter who was on his way home from the library. A judge has since reduced Rickell’s sentence, saying that he had made “exceptional progress” in jail.
In April 2007, Neil Williams, 41, his family’s “gentle giant”, fought for his life as he was violently robbed as he walked home from the pub one night in Telford. Gabriel Bhengu and Jabu Mbowane from South Africa were both found guilty of murder. In a bid to protect his mother with whom he lived, Neil begged his attackers to leave his house keys. Gabriel had turned to a life of crime in a bid to fund his life in Britain, after arriving in the UK in 2002.
Andrew Owens, 42, was one of the two victims that were viciously mugged and murdered by South African immigrants Gabriel Bhengu and Jabu Mbowane, as he walked home from his local pub in April 2007. Gabriel, who was 6ft 4ins, attacked Andrew from behind while Jabu robbed him of anything he thought was of value. 23 year-old Kashia Allen, the girlfriend of Gabriel, was sent to jail for acting as a driver for the two men as they carried out their crimes.
Tom Roberts was a much loved aspiring royal marine and DJ who was out in Bournemouth one night when he saw an illegal migrant, Lawangeen Abdulrahimzai, arguing with another man about an E-scooter. Tom tried to peacefully resolve the conflict, so Lawangeen Abdulrahimzai ended up fatally stabbing him. Lawangeen Abdulrahimzai had already murdered two people before entering the UK, a fact the authorities ignored. Tom is yet another life the UK government allowed to be sacrificed for nothing.
Azam Mangori, aged 24, who lived above the Bodrum kebab shop in Mary Arches Street, Exeter, Devon was found guilty of murdering 32-year-old Miss Cox, killing her in the early hours in his room above the shop on 1st September 2020. Over the next week he chopped up her body and disposed of the parts in bins nearby and in a local wooded area. He was found guilty by a jury after a five-week trial at Exeter Crown Court.
A senior crown prosecutor for the CPS, said: “Azam Mangori killed Lorraine Cox then callously disposed of her body, faking messages to maintain the lie that she was still alive and giving false hope to her family and friends. He continued his lies throughout the investigation and trial, and still refuses to reveal the location of her remains.” He even hacked into her email accounts and tried to set up a PayPal account in her name while she lay dead in his room.
Mangori from Kurdistan North Iraq had applied for UK asylum in Dec 2018 and had been refused. He was still living here 2 years later.