UK: Paki Knifeman Gets 11 Years for Attacking Group of White Lads in Street

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
September 19, 2019

I’m actually impressed at the sight of this Paki taking on a group of whites.

Normally, these little rats won’t approach anyone unless they’re in a large pack (and even then, they often scatter at the first sign of retaliation).

Daily Mail:

A knifeman described by a probation worker as ‘very dangerous’, stabbed two people in a nightclub and left one needing 40 stitches, a court heard.

Rohaan Akhtar, who was today jailed for 11 years, had been drunk when he injured five revellers on a night out in West Yorkshire on July 21.

CCTV footage played in court showed the 21-year-old inflicting ‘appalling injuries’ after he stabbed and slashed two of his victims to the head.

Akhtar had been out drinking in Bradford when he turned violent at the Village nightclub.

Rohaan Akhtar.

Prosecutor Philip Adams told Bradford Crown Court that at 4.30am a CCTV operator alerted police to an on-going fight outside the establishment.

Inside the club a man called Andrew Fletcher had received a 2.75 inch (7cm) wound from his left eye to his lip.

After that knife attack Akhtar left the club with his group, and Mr Fletcher stormed out looking for those responsible for his face wound.

A passer-by, Reece Barrett, who had not been in the club, was approached by Akhtar shouting ‘come on’. Mr Barrett backed away but was floored by a blow from behind from one of Akhtar’s friends.

Mr Adams said Mr Barrett was ‘completely dazed’ and vulnerable.

Speaking in court Mr Adams said: ‘At that moment the defendant saw the position that the complainant was in and moved forward and stabbed him in the left hand side of his head, causing a nasty, gaping wound.’

Another man called Reece Broadbent also suffered horrific injuries in the melee as Akhtar slasheed out with the 4in blade silver lock knife.

Mr Broadbent received a 1.57 inch (4cm) cut to his forehead, a 1.57 inch 4cm laceration to his scalp, as well as neck and chest injuries.

Mr Barrett required more than 40 stitches and suffered a chipped skull.

Akhtar was tasered by police.

Mr Adams told the court that a total of five males attended Bradford Royal Infirmary following the street fight.

The court heard Akhtar was subject to a community order at the time of the attack for dangerous driving and possession of a knife.

Akhtar pleaded guilty to two counts of causing grievous bodily harm, violent disorder and possession of a knife.

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