Deaths in police custody cut deep in the psyche of black Britons

While this Guardian article is not about the Musas, it is rather relevant, since Haringey Police officers are clearly “out to get them” – just as the black Mark Duggan. One has to ask:

    1. cui bono? Who benefits?
    2. who ordered Haringey Police to do what they have been doing?

According to a Crown Prosecutor (at Haringey Court on 7th December), the Musa parents have

      1. abused their children in a million and one ways
        • do these children look abused or in need of “care” and “protection” by Haringey Council?
      2. jumped bail, while they religiously attended to it AND took witnesses along.

Hence the allegations are too serious for granting bail! Even worse: they are treated as political prisoners, denying them all their rights.

However, Haringey Police

          • invaded the family home in April 2010 to kidnap their then five children
          • took the sixth baby in June 2011 after her birth while strangling the mother and pulling her arms and legs such that she is limping today; at the time, they left her unconscious
            • thinking she was dead, after they had rolled her bed into a separate room, the Musas interpret the event as ‘attempted murder’
          • appeared in another hospital, after a whistleblower had warned them that drugs would be planted on them next
          • arrested them and kept them in the most grusome conditions for ‘drugging their baby’
          • imposed ‘bail conditions’ of signing on at police stations three times a week
          • checked on them after they moved to Croydon and claimed that they didn’t sign on there either…

May Truth win sooner rather than later!!!

And may the family be re-united in the spirit of Christmas!

And may the rumours that the eldest daughter Favour is dead, not be true!

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

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4 Responses to Deaths in police custody cut deep in the psyche of black Britons

  1. Anon says:

    It beggars belief.. How much more time ARE THE UK GOVERNMENT NOT going to act and stop this BARBARIC, SICK, VILE and SADISTIC behaviour from HARINGEY.. THIS REMINDS ME OF THE ‘KRAYS’ – A SYNDICATE TO SHUT EVERYONE UP by imprisonment / torture / death…. ALL THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR the Human Rights Violations WILL be brought to Justice. TOO MANY PEOPLE KNOW THE TRUTH NOW – there is only so long HARINGEY and JUDGE GLENN BRASSE can hide their evil deeds…. God help humanity if this is ‘upholding the law of the land’.

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