Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan said: "David's death was a tragedy and first and foremost our thoughts must be with his mum Rose who has been through an extremely traumatic few months. David was an extremely kind, happy person and Rose and the rest of David's family have had to cope with a huge loss in their lives.Not really surprising, mind you, when you see how GMP treat the escape from custody of another oxygen thief.
"We will continue to provide them with as much support as they need as they try to come to terms with what has happened.
"David suffered abuse for a number of years, and it is saddening to think this was because of his learning difficulties. Anyone who has been a victim of anti-social behaviour or harassment will know just how upsetting it can be to be targeted in this way and although David died from natural causes, clearly he suffered at the hands of some extremely misguided young people."
Tuesday, 21 September 2010
"...some extremely misguided young people..."
...is the politically correct hogwash churned out by the police spokescreature on the death of David Askew, another person with learning difficulties hounded to death by oxygen-thieves: