Bunglawussi stabs man in the back (6 times in self-defense) gets apology…$$$
Inayat wins libel case against Mail onÂ Sunday
Bunglawussi, a government adviser on combating extremism among young Muslims today accepted substantial undisclosed damages over a newspaper claim that he supported al-Qa’ida. (He did and he does. Bunglawussi is a great fan of bin Laden, but the truth is no longer relevant in Nullabours Britannia./ed)
Extract: Prosecutors have decided that Inayat Bunglawala acted in selfdefence when a drunk turned up at his Pounds 300,000 house in Luton, Bedfordshire, in the early hours of the morning. After a scuffle, the 25-yearold man was left bleeding from six knife wounds to his back, requiring emergency surgery that confined him to hospital for four days.
The parents of the 25-year-old, a heating engineer and a local government employee, said they were ‘sickened’ by the CPS’s decision not to prosecute (Bunglawussi).
His mother said: ‘Mr Bunglawala has been treated very lightly by the police and the CPS. (Yes indeed. There are two laws in the UK now, one for the natives and Â another one for all under the sharia/ed)
- Bunglawussi Arrested After Stabbing a “Man” at His Home
- Guardian’s Inayat Bunglawala:no charges for knife attack … er …
In other news:
Another Islamic terrorist gets off scot-free:
Appeal Court judges have overturned the conviction of a man branded a “wannabe suicide bomber” by prosecutors. Â Â Mohammed Atif Siddique, 24, a student from Alva, Clackmannanshire, was convicted of terrorism charges in 2007. Â Â But Lord Osborne said some directions given to the jury by the trial judge were a “material misdirection” and amounted to a “miscarriage of justice”. Â BBC Scotland news report
2 thoughts on “Bunglawussi on a roll, wins libel case against Mail on Sunday”
Someone put Osbourne out to pasture!!!
Contrast with a recent case in lawless dying Britain, where a victim says she was warned that holding up a knife to deter trespassers amounted to carrying an offensive weapon in her own home. (the police deny they gave such advice)
[But Klass, who rose to fame in reality pop band Hear’Say, said she was told by Hertfordshire Police officers she should not have used a knife to scare off the youths because carrying an “offensive weapon” – even in her own home – was illegal.]
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