Missing Madeleine
Come join us...there's more inside you cannot see as a guest!

CHARLENE DOWNES

View previous topic View next topic Go down

CHARLENE DOWNES

Post  milly on Mon 24 Oct - 10:07


CHARLENE DOWNES


Age Progression



Case Type:
DOB: 25-Mar-1989
Missing Date: 01-Nov-2003
Sex: Female
Age Now: 21
Height: 155 cm (5'1")
Missing City: BLACKPOOL
Weight: Unknown
Missing County : Lancashire
Hair Colour: Brown
Missing Country: United Kingdom
Eye Colour: Blue
Case Number: UK04L011103
Circumstances: Charlene was last seen by her family on 01.11.03, when she went to the North Pier at Blackpool. Charlene failed to return home. Last seen wearing a black jumper with white diamond pattern on, black jeans with gold eagles on the front,black boots.

http://uk.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&caseNum=L011103&orgPrefix=UK04&seqNum=1&caseLang=en_US&searchLang=en_GB

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

milly
Administrator
Administrator

Female
Number of posts : 1607
Age : 43
Location : Ireland
Warning :
0 / 1000 / 100

Registration date : 2011-10-03

Back to top Go down

Re: CHARLENE DOWNES

Post  milly on Mon 24 Oct - 10:08

June 22, 2007
Girl’s body ‘put in mincing machine’

The mother of a 14-year-old girl wept in court as a kebab shop owner was heard on tape allegedly telling how he had chopped up her daughter and placed her body, “bones and all”, in a mincing machine.

Karen Downes broke down in the public gallery as the gruesome conversation between the fast-food shop owner and another worker in Blackpool was played at the murder trial of Iyad Albattikhi.

Mrs Downes’s daughter, Charlene, “vanished off the face of the earth” three years ago after kissing her mother goodbye, Preston Crown Court was told.

No trace of her has been found since, the jury heard, leading police and her family to the “inescapable conclusion” that she is dead.

Charlene was known to have been among a number of young white girls who congregated around a district of Asian fast-food shops in the Lancashire seaside town.

The prosecution claims that Charlene was killed by Mr Albattikhi, 29, the owner of the Funny Boyz kebab shop, and that he had boasted of having sex with the teenager.

The tape recording, the prosecution suggests, is of a conversation between Mr Albattikhi and his business partner and co-accused, Mohammed Reveshi, 50, about how the girl’s body was disposed of after her murder.

On one tape, it is claimed, Mr Reveshi said: “Her big bones went into the machine as well, you know that, don’t you?” Mr Albattikhi replied: “Her bones? Did you . . . inside the machine?” “Yes,” Mr Reveshi said.

More than 52 tape recordings were captured by covert surveillance of Mr Reveshi’s home and car between February and March 2004 by the police inquiry team set up after Charlene disappeared in November 2003.

The jury was told that in one conversation Mr Reveshi had said to his partner: “Well, hopefully I [done] it properly you know . . . he thought he saw me cutting her body up.

“Do you remember she was bleeding to death?” “Yes,” replied Mr Albattikhi. “So that she made a mess,” Mr Reveshi allegedly added. Later in the transcript Mr Reveshi allegedly says: “The last one then, it was the last deep one and then it was the [heart] . . . that finally killed her.”

At one point Mr Reveshi said: “I’m so worried and you was the one who killed her.”

In his opening address to the jury last month, Tim Holroyde, for the prosecution, claimed that a witness had heard Jorda-nian-born Mr Albattikhi joke with fellow takeaway employees about how the teenager had been chopped up, and how her body “had gone into the kebabs”. Mr Albattikhi, of Blackpool, denies murdering Charlene while Mr Reveshi, also of Blackpool, denies disposing of her body.

Ian Goldrein, QC, for the defence of Mr Albattikhi, questioned the integrity of the tape recordings, which took Detective Sergeant Jan Beasant 2,400 hours to transcribe over a two-year period.

He said that neither of the transcripts read by the defendants’ lawyers included anything about bones, a mincing machine or blood.

The trial continues.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

milly
Administrator
Administrator

Female
Number of posts : 1607
Age : 43
Location : Ireland
Warning :
0 / 1000 / 100

Registration date : 2011-10-03

Back to top Go down

Re: CHARLENE DOWNES

Post  milly on Mon 24 Oct - 10:08


_________________________________________________________________________________________________

milly
Administrator
Administrator

Female
Number of posts : 1607
Age : 43
Location : Ireland
Warning :
0 / 1000 / 100

Registration date : 2011-10-03

Back to top Go down

Re: CHARLENE DOWNES

Post  milly on Mon 24 Oct - 10:09

Missing girl's body 'put into kebab'
Charlene Downes
Charlene Downes: Missing without a trace

12:01AM BST 24 May 2007

A schoolgirl was murdered by a fast food shop owner who joked that she had been "chopped up" and put into kebabs, a court was told yesterday.

The prosecution alleged at Preston Crown Court that Charlene Downes, 14, was killed by Iyad Albattikhi, 29, owner of a food shop in Blackpool, who had sex with her.

Charlene was one of a number of young girls who visited an alleyway in the town to have sex with older men who worked in the fast food shops, Tim Holroyde QC, prosecuting, told the jury.

Charlene, from Blackpool, was "well and happy", the court heard, but had a "chaotic" home life. Expelled from school, she spent her time hanging around shops on the Blackpool Promenade. She was last seen on the evening of Saturday Nov 1 2003. After kissing her mother goodbye she left alone - and vanished, Mr Holroyde said.

A missing persons inquiry began but police later launched a murder investigation after receiving information that Charlene had been "killed and chopped up", the court heard.

No trace of Charlene's body has ever been found.

Mr Holroyde told the jury that a witness had heard Albattikhi and others talking about her.

"These people were talking about sex with white girls, and there was mention of having sex with Charlene," he said.

"Albattikhi laughed and said she was very small - the plainest possible indication that he was lying to the police when he said he did not know her. He and others present then laughingly said that Charlene had gone into the kebabs."

Albattikhi, a Jordanian immigrant, is charged with murder. His business partner and landlord, Mohammed Reveshi, 50, is accused of helping dispose of the body.

Both deny the charges and have told police they did not know Charlene.

Albattikhi and Reveshi were joint owners of the food shop, the court heard, which Albattikhi ran.

Charlene became a "familiar figure" hanging around the shops where she would sometimes get free food.

Mr Holroyde said: "In addition she was one of a number of adolescent white girls who sometimes went at night to the alleyway behind the restaurants. She and others went there to meet much older men from the restaurants, and it seems perfectly clear that there was at times some sexual activity."

Albattikhi took advantage of one of those vulnerable girls - Charlene Downes, the jury was told.

Mr Holroyde added: "It is the prosecution case that the background to the murder of Charlene Downes and the disposal of her body is some sexual activity between her and one or both of the defendants.

"Sexual activity between these adult men and a 14-year-old girl would be a crime which could be expected to have serious consequences for them."

After Charlene's disappearance, both the accused were questioned and told police they did not know her, the court heard.

In 2004, Albattikhi had a dispute with his brother, Tariq, who told a witness, David Cassidy, that he knew what had happened to Charlene - "she had been killed and chopped up and there had been a lot of blood", the court heard.

Mr Cassidy was allegedly later offered a £20,000 interest-free loan from Reveshi.

Police searched the flats of both accused men but found nothing. Detectives then bugged the premises and Reveshi's car, and Mr Holroyde told the jury some of the recordings were "revealing".

The trial continues.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

milly
Administrator
Administrator

Female
Number of posts : 1607
Age : 43
Location : Ireland
Warning :
0 / 1000 / 100

Registration date : 2011-10-03

Back to top Go down

Charlene Downes - a murder too far for the MSM

Post  milly on Mon 24 Oct - 10:10

Charlene Downes - a murder too far for the MSM

The BNP website has a post on the truly macabre fate of fourteen-years old Charlene Downes. You can be sure they would not do so if the mainstream media was doing its job.

Charlene was last seen by her family on 3rd November, 2003. She had walked from her Blackpool home to the North Pier, and never returned. For more than two years the police pursued their enquiries diligently, categorising the case as a murder investigation as well as a “missing persons”. Some 3,000 men were DNA-tested during the course of the investigation, and an appeal was launched on the BBC’s “Crimewatch”.

A few days ago the breakthrough came and this brief report appeared - though originally in which paper, regional or national, I have not yet discovered.

The body of a missing schoolgirl may have been turned into burgers and kebabs and served up at a seaside fast food outlet.

Police fear the remains of 14 year old Charlene Downes, who went missing in November 2003, may also have been ground up into tile grout.

Iyad Albattikhi, 28, who ran the Funny Boyz takeaway in Blackpool, is charged with her murder.

The co-owner of the business Mohammed Raveshi, a 49 year old former social services worker and foster father, is charged with assisting in
the disposal of her body.

The men appeared at a hearing at Blackpool maistrates court yesterday.

The teenager whose body has never been found left home on Halloween saying she was meeting friends on Blackpool’s North Pier.

It was initially thought Charlene, a pupil at St George’s Church of England High School, had run away.

Appeals for her to come forward were subsequently posted in missing persons’ columns.

However six months after her disappearance police searched freezers at three Blackpool curry houses looking for her remains.

Well, try googling for Iyad Albattikhi. You will find no shocked national reportage of how an English child was slaughtered, her flesh rendered for burgers of all things and her bones for tile grout. You will find no claims that she was “academic”, nor that she had “high hopes” of a “bright future” when her “studies” were complete - she is not African, after all. Actually, you will find literally nothing.

One day in ten, fifteen, maybe twenty years, her abuser and killer will walk from his cell into the gentle, misty light of north-west England. He will be free and will, under English law, be considered to have repaid his debt to society.

Neither in the shameful failure to report the end of the police investigation now nor in the eventual punishment of the killer does our effeminated, debt-paid society honour her aright.

What are the liberal arguments for that, again? What is the argument for press censorship on crimes against whites? And what is the argument for keeping murderous animals - any murderous animals regardless of you-know-what - alive and breathing the fart-filled air in our prison system for a couple of decades?


http://majorityrights.com/weblog/comments/charlene_downes_a_murder_too_far_for_the_msm/

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

milly
Administrator
Administrator

Female
Number of posts : 1607
Age : 43
Location : Ireland
Warning :
0 / 1000 / 100

Registration date : 2011-10-03

Back to top Go down

Re: CHARLENE DOWNES

Post  Sponsored content Today at 22:09


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum