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Monday, 19 January 2009

Black South African imports crime wave to UK

from I Luv SA


It appears our black compatriots have that special gift, a combination of low intelligence, greed, violence, a lack of remorse and conscience and above all, a psychotic mindset.

A teenage illegal invader from South Africa who imported a mini-version of that country’s shocking crime plague to Britain has been jailed after being convicted of 23 knife attacks in Birmingham.

Terashiya Chiloane, a 19-year-old black South African living illegally in Maw Street, Walsall, was sent to prison for three and a half years and told he would be deported when he had completed his prison sentence.

Chiloane was but one of an entire street gang who carried out the knife-point robberies. None of the other offenders have been arrested.

Recorder Andrew Lockhart told Chiloane the gang targeted vulnerable young people aged between 12 and 21 in Walsall and took mobile telephones, jewellery and money. “Some of you wore disguises while others carried knives,” the Recorder said. “You all knew what was going on and you lent your support to what was frightening and despicable behaviour.”

The Recorder went on: “It was planned; it was concerted and it must have been incredibly frightening to your victims. It was prevalent offending and these people were put in fear by what was organised gang activity.” Chiloane admitted seven charges of robbery and asked for 16 other robberies to be taken into consideration at Wolverhampton Crown Court.

Mark Rees, prosecuting, said the robberies all took place in seven separate incidents, with the gang threatening their victims with knives before stealing property.

Chiloane, who claimed to be a student at Walsall College of Art, was arrested after he was recognised by a number of victims.

The court heard Chiloane told police the gang went to his home where they shared out the property they had stolen.

* Chiloane’s country of origin has one of the highest crime rates in the world, with over 20,000 murders every year, a rape every three minutes and a robbery every 30 seconds.

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