Friday, June 23, 2017

Muslim man blames Ramadan for attacking women and baby with baseball bat

Sofian Heurtevent justified his attack because he felt unwell during Ramadan

Sofian Heurtevent, 19, attacked a couple and their baby whilst they were in their car with a baseball bat.
The glass shattered, covering their 4-month son with glass.
Heurteven tried to worm his way out of taking responsibility for his actions, telling the court: “It was during Ramadan, I did not feel well, we just wanted to scare him.”
Just because you’re fasting for Ramadan does not give you the right to go about attacking people with a baseball bat.
His brother stood nearby, brandishing a knife, the court heard.
Heurtevent was sentenced to a year in prison.
Not long enough!
He was previously released from Police custody after officers stopped him as they believed he stole a bike.
When questioned about the bike, he said:  “I stole it from your son.”.
More information about this story can be read here
We reported yesterday that a Muslim man used his car as a weapon to attack 5 men in the street.
“Lugman Aslam, 26, purpose use his vehicle as a battering ram against a group of 5 men who went flying ‘like skittles’.
Aslam had been fasting for Ramadan and could not justify his actions.
Recorder Justin Wigoder said: ‘I have to take into account the way this incident came about.
‘You reversed, not hard, into an individual which led to him and a group attacking you.
‘That incident passed and they walked off. What you did after that is totally shocking.
‘You quite deliberately drove your van at that group who were walking along the pavement.
‘I’ve seen it on CCTV and you deliberately mounted the pavement and drove straight at them and right through the middle of them at speed.
‘Some were thrown to the side and three were struck by your vehicle front-on, with one going over the bonnet and hitting the windscreen.
‘It’s quite remarkable that nobody was seriously hurt or killed and the only injuries complained of were bruises and scratches.”

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