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Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo 'attacked in prison'

Post  malena stool on Thu 18 Jul - 20:14

BREAKING NEWS: Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo 'attacked in prison'
By AMANDA WILLIAMS
PUBLISHED: 18:18, 18 July 2013 | UPDATED: 19:27, 18 July 2013

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Terror suspect Michael Adebolajo, one of the men accused of murdering Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich, is believed to have been attacked in prison.
Reports claim the 28-year-old, of Romford in Essex, was set upon at HMP Belmarsh in south east London yesterday.
Reports say he has had two teeth knocked out in the attack.



Michael Adebolajo, one of the men accused of murdering Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich, is believed to have been attacked in prison

The Ministry of Justice has confirmed an investigation is underway but has refused to comment further.
A Prison Service spokesperson said: 'The police are investigating an incident that took place at HMP Belmarsh on July 17.
'It would be inappropriate to comment while the investigation was ongoing.'
Adebolajo is accused of hacking Fusilier Rigby to death together with Michael Adebowale, 22, near Woolwich Barracks in south east London on May 22.






Adebolajo is accused of hacking Fusilier Rigby (left) to death together with Michael Adebowale, 22 (pictured right in a court drawing). The two suspects are due to stand trial on November 18



Crowds of wellwishers line the street as the funeral cortege of Fusilier Lee Rigby drives away from Bury Parish church following a funeral service attended by 800

The pair are expected to stand trial on November 18.
Following the attack, thousands of people paid their respects at the scene of Fusilier Rigby's death.
But despite pleas from police and the soldier's family for his death not to be used for political gain, there have also been several clashes between rival protesters.
Last week a full military funeral for Fusilier Rigby was attended by 800 mourners.
David Cameron, who said the whole country would be mourning with Fusilier Rigby’s family, attended the funeral with London Mayor Boris Johnson.
The 45-minute service began with a two-minute silence in honour of the soldier, who served in the 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.


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Re: Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo 'attacked in prison'

Post  Badboy on Thu 18 Jul - 23:57

YOU MEAN TO TELL ME HE ONLY LOSE 2 TEETH,HOW DISAPPOINTING,HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN KNOCKED INTO NEXT CENTURY.

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Post  malena stool on Sat 20 Jul - 15:17

What really annoys me is these creatures were seen by many witnesses, to attack and murder Lee Rigby, yet our media continue to call them suspects! They committed their crime in front of dozens of people. They are GUILTY! GUILTY! GUILTY! The police marksmen (for the want of a better word) should have taken them out and NOT wounded them. Saving the nation of a farcical trial and public funds supporting a terror cell in prison through years of appeals in the European Courts of justice listening to how their human rights must not be offended!

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Post  Badboy on Sat 20 Jul - 17:16

A SPECIAL RENDATITION OF COLONEL GOOBLY COMES TO MIND.
ONE ABOUT HIS TEETH PERHAPS.                                    
HERES A CLUE:flash:                

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Post  Panda on Sun 21 Jul - 12:00

Badboy wrote:A SPECIAL RENDATITION OF COLONEL GOOBLY COMES TO MIND.
ONE ABOUT HIS TEETH PERHAPS.                                    
HERES A CLUE:flash:                

You do like your emoticons don't you Badboy. 

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Post  Panda on Sun 21 Jul - 12:01

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ShareFacebookTwitter.Adebolajo pushed against window, brother claimsMichael Adebolajo's brother speaks to the BBC's Tom Symonds about what he claims happened in prison
Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo was forcefully pushed against a window by prison officers, knocking out two of his teeth, his brother has claimed in an interview with the BBC.

Jeremiah Adebolajo said he spoke to his brother on an almost daily basis.

Five staff at Belmarsh Prison have been suspended and a police investigation has begun into the incident.

But the Prison Officers Association (POA) has strenuously denied its members did anything wrong.

They say the officers used approved restraint procedures.

Michael Adebolajo is accused of killing Fusilier Lee Rigby in May.

'Smashed his head'

During the interview with the BBC's Tom Symonds, his brother Jeremiah said: "I wonder why it took five prison officers to restrain one man and how in the course of that restraint his teeth were able to be knocked out if they were following procedures.

"The suggestion is that procedures means that prisoners' teeth are going to be knocked out."

Jeremiah Adebolajo said he speaks to his brother almost daily, and had also spoken to his lawyer, and to the governor of Belmarsh Prison. He had also discussed the incident with the suspect's sister - who received a call from Michael Adebolajo minutes after it happened.

According to Jeremiah Adebolajo his brother said five officers at a time are present when dealing with him and he is never in contact with any other prisoner. He says the altercation began when Michael Adebolajo was given an instruction by one of the guards.

"They decided to twist his arm back... the arm that had been shot... He manoeuvred out of that so they smashed his head against a window," he said.

Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Saturday, POA chairman Peter McParlin said: "The reports that were initially put out to the press were saying that the prisoner had been attacked.

"Prison staff do not attack prisoners. We feel that the Ministry of Justice missed an opportunity to correct false reporting of events at Belmarsh."

He said that, although restraint techniques were designed to minimise injuries to staff and prisoners, "sometimes there are unforeseen consequences in any violent incident".

'Control and restraint'

Earlier, he had said: "We are absolutely confident, having spoken to our members, that they will have been found to have done absolutely nothing wrong at all.

"The fact that that prisoner has a certain amount of notoriety makes no difference to them, because they're professionals, and they deal with every prisoner in the same way, using control and restraint, which are officially accepted methods to be used within prison, when dealing with prisoners on occasion that need to be restrained."

The POA says the incident was covered by CCTV cameras which would show clearly what had happened.

According to Ministry of Justice guidelines for the prison service, "control and restraint techniques" must only be used as a "last resort after all other means of de-escalating (e.g. persuasion or negotiation) the incident, not involving the use of force, have been repeatedly tried and failed".

"Staff must continue to attempt to de-escalate the situation throughout the incident with the aim of releasing holds and locks," the guidelines continue.

"The application of C&R holds may cause pain to a prisoner and if the prisoner is compliant, the holds must be relaxed."

A police spokesman said: "We can confirm that an allegation of assault was passed to the Metropolitan Police Service on 17 July by Belmarsh Prison. An investigation has been started."

A prison service spokesman said five members of staff had been suspended "while the police investigation is ongoing".

Michael Adebolajo was not given immediate medical treatment for the injury to his mouth following the incident and Jeremiah Adebolajo said he found that "strange".

However, a Prison Service spokesperson said: "Following an incident at Belmarsh prison on 17 July a doctor attended. The prisoner refused medical treatment initially but was subsequently treated by healthcare staff."

The Prison Service would not comment further on the allegations made by Jeremiah Adebolajo.

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Post  malena stool on Sun 21 Jul - 12:54

As I posted previously, if the police marksmen had done their job properly we would not have this ridiculous situation where a terrorist murderer is still able to cause problems even after being observed committing his hate crime.

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Post  Panda on Sun 21 Jul - 13:06



Yes Malena , not only did this maniac kill, in broad daylight a young man, but the Police are now charged with assaujlt......how can this B***ard be allowed to have a mobile phone??? Now his Brother is telling the Press all about how badly he is being treated. He should be in Solitary and never be allowed to leave his Cell, then the Police would not have any physical contact with him

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Post  malena stool on Sun 21 Jul - 20:09

Well, we mustn't abuse his human rights, we've been told that the rights of the criminal are sacrosanct!!! 

So he'll feed well in prison eating good substantial meals, be allowed his visiting rights, his ability to practice his religion 5 times a day, jump to the head of a queue for a hospital bed should he require one, be kept warm and comfortable during the cold winter months at the expense of the people he hates and of course he will have his regular medical checks. 


Meanwhile, back in the real world pensioners will be dying from starvation, hypothermia, law abiding families will be evicted from their homes then join the queue for their local food bank, patients will continue to suffer from poor quality health care, unsafe staff numbers, shortages of hospital beds, cancelled surgical procedures. 


For this, we must offer our deepest and well meant thanks to Cherie Blair and the EU.

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