Taxi driver Yilmaz Yuce, who works for West Green Cars, said he saw officers raid a Turkish cafe and take away a man in his 30s, who had blood on his hands and face. He claimed the man, a regular at the cafe, had a mental illness but was regarded as "harmless".That's despite the constant, low-level harassment that residents claim he subjected the schoolgirls to...
Last night horrified residents living nearby told how he was a constant "nuisance". One raged: "If he was that safe, why was he apparently carrying a knife?"If only someone had been 'looking after him', instead they appear to have wanted him released into the community.
"The people looking after him have got the blood of this young boy on their hands."
Arslan was under the care of doctors from the Enfield and Barnet Mental Health Trust.Presumably, if these doctors have daughters, they don't go to this school. Probably don't go to any school that finds it necessary to have private security guards. Yes, really!
He had been sectioned but was living at a hostel after being released back into the community.
One drawback, though:If there's a more perfect vignette of modern Britain, I've yet to hear it...
A team of private security guards patrol the school where a 14-year-old pupil was stabbed outside the gates last July. But it was claimed they were nowhere to be seen at the time of the latest stabbing.
“One of the teachers told me the security team were all in a meeting when it happened and that’s why none of them were outside.”