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‘Blood everywhere’: Man with AXE on Violent Rampage in UK Town


Fresh on the heels of the Ohio State University knife attack and ISIS’s recent calls to Muslims worldwide to attack using knives ….

“The man, who cannot be named, is now receiving medical attention.” (RT)

Why can’t he be named? Because he’s Muslim? There have been calls to censor the name of attackers in jihad terror attacks, because that is the last remaining clue that the public gets when Islamic terror occurs. The media has all but scrubbed, censored and whitewashed the motive behind these acts of war — but they haven’t been able to scrub the name. Until now.

Hull has a history of Islamic terrorist activity.

“An investigation is underway and the incident has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, which is standard practice in such incidents.”


‘Blood everywhere’ Man with AXE on rampage in Hull shot by police – city put on lockdown

AN AXE-WIELDING man has been shot twice by police after attacking cars in Hull rampage, according to eyewitnesses.
By Vickiie Oliphant, The Express, Nov 29, 2016

Police have confirmed a 31-year-old man was shot by officers at 9.37am this morning, after they received reports of concern for the public due to a potentially dangerous individual.

Witnesses say they saw an injured man, who they believed to be carrying an axe, in the street after hearing what they thought could have been gun shots.

One eyewitness, who was doing a training course at the Case Centre when the incident took place, said: “We’d only been in there a few minutes when we heard two loud bangs some screaming and there was just a big commotion.

“We looked outside and there was a guy with his back against the kerb lying on the floor. There was blood everywhere.

Police at the scene


Witnesses reported hearing loud gun shots

“His jeans were slightly down and you could see his boxer shorts were covered in blood. It’s sad.”At the end of the day whatever he’s done he’s got a mum somewhere hasnt he?”Workman Kevin Hollis,  who was walking back to a nearby site said: “I’ve been told that a guy with an axe was attacking a car, and he was shot twice. He’s dead apparently.”

Police cordon off areaPA

Several roads have been cordoned off

One man, who lives on Caroline Street out walking his Yorkshire terrier, said: “Everywhere you go there’s a copper.

”It must be quite serious. It can’t be an accident because they wouldn’t shut this many roads.”

Police have cordoned off Charles Street, off Freetown Way, while a separate cordon has been placed around the Case Training building.

Fire brigade at sceneRADIO HUMBERSIDE

Emergency services remain at the scene

Police at the scene in HullPA

A 31-year-old man was shot and injured by police

Parts of nearby roads Raywell Street, Caroline Place and Francis Street have also been roped off.

In a statement Humberside Police said: “We can confirm that a 31-year-old man was injured at 9.37am today after shots were fired by officers.

“We deployed armed officers to the Holderness Road area shortly after 9.20am, following reports of concerns for the safety of the public in relation to a man seen near the Post Office in Holderness Road, Hull.

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  • DP111

    Cant be named? Oh yeah, I know this is necessary so that people dont get any ideas.

    • Speak the Truth

      All this censorship is just going to backfire on the smug elites. Even on the rare occasions the perpetrator is not a muslim, the masses are just going to assume that they really are…..the probability is too great to assume otherwise.

      On a similar note, because of all the faked hate crimes against muslims, the masses are just going to assume reports of hate crimes to be staged.

      It seems as though muslim culture doesn’t have a children’s storybook equivalent to “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.”

    • adantelf

      It’s actually because he hasn’t been charged with a crime. He hasn’t been charged because they wouldn’t be able to prosecute him, because he’s dead.

  • patriotusa2

    Savages can’t be tamed especially when they believe in the rewards of their actions. This reminds me of that Muslim who cut off that guy’s head in broad daylight while someone else recorded the entire scene.

  • A unnamed, mentally unbalanced, victimized asian male was violently attacked by police today for no apparent reason.bla bla bla bla bla

    • christian vidal


  • Mahou Shoujo

    Nothing to see here, merely the usual muslim acting like the subhuman criminally insane creatures that muslims are.

    • Curt Kingsbury

      Hey- that’s MY term for them – Subhuman! Below the Order of mere animals, actually!

      • Mahou Shoujo

        Great minds think alike. There are a lot of them around here.

      • adantelf

        Funnily enough, this is what Hitler said about the Jews. Muslims are also humans. Just because people are not of the same religion does not make them animals.

  • The sad thing is that withholding all identifying information is a sign that the establishment has given up on muslims. If muslims get their act together and stop doing jihadist rampages, the impression that it’s always muslims is going to last a lot longer than if coverage were proper and complete.

    It’s just another soft bigotry of low expectations.

    • adantelf

      It’s actually because he’s not been charged with a crime. This is because he is dead.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    So…they can’t give us Mohammad’s last name?

  • Dave Mc

    I love happy endings. Terrific that the police shot him down quickly enough to limit his damage to some car exteriors. He who must not be named will feel frustrated, if he survives his (hopefully) very painful wounds.

  • vercingetorix

    Too bad the perpetrator wasn’t killed!

  • Jim Fox

    Tasered? Shot [twice?]. Alive? Dead?
    So much for the reliability of ‘witnesses’.

    Bet it will be a while before the truth emerges- if it is allowed to…

  • Tom

    He’s got a mum, hasn’t he? So?

  • adantelf

    He can’t be named because he hasn’t been charged with a crime. They can only release the name of suspects if they seriously believe they can charge him with a crime and if they consider him a threat to the public. He isn’t a threat to the public because he’s dead.

  • adantelf

    I’m disappointed with the quality of this article: It’s sensationalist in the extreme. He didn’t go on a violent rampage, as he was shot by the police and died in hospital. This article fails to mention that the ‘blood everywhere’ came from the attacker, or so it has been reported.

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