A coverup is taking place in London over a terrorist attack on a woman who was slashed with a knife as assailants shouted about Allah. The crime is being considered a hate crime rather than a terrorist attack. The news report below edited out the “Allah” statement from the attackers: Paul Joseph Watson does a great job of showing you where the BBC cut the video:
When the police hide the truth of what an attack truly is then they hurt all citizens. The people of London need to know that this was terror. The most disturbing part of all of this is that the BBC edited out the portion of the interview with the victim where she said the assailants were shouting about Allah. True censorship for what reason? The BBC should answer for this but we can only guess it was to be politically correct.
HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED:
Karrien Stevens, the owner of Little Diamonds nursery in Wanstead, has confirmed that one of her employees was slashed with a knife by three women of Asian origin while on her way to work on June 7 at approximately 9:30 in the morning, the Standard reports.
Stevens’ employee was pulled to the ground, kicked and punched by the assailants. “One of them got the knife out and cut her arm,” she added. The attackers were “shouting something to do with Allah and the Koran.”
Upon the victim’s arrival to work, Stevens “couldn’t believe it and called the police straight away.”
Arrests have yet to be made in connection to the crime in Wanstead. “Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and found a woman, aged in her 30s, with a slash wound. Her injuries are not life-threatening … Counter-terror officers are aware of the incident but it is not being treated as terrorism at this stage,” a Metropolitan Police spokesman said last week.
The BBC in the U.K. is being accused of censorship after this video went viral. As previously stated, Stevens is quoted on BBC’s website that the attackers were “shouting something to do with Allah and the Koran.” However, the television clip does not include this portion of Stevens’ interview.
Via: Daily Caller