Tuesday, 8 January 2008

Something not quite right in this story

A VOW has been made today to make it more difficult for motorists to drive illegally in the city's pedestrian zones following a horrific incident on Saturday.A man has appeared in court in connection with an incident in Peterborough city centre.

Mohammed Redha Zouaoui (34), of Cromwell Road, Millfield, appeared at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court yesterday, charged with three counts of assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and one charge of dangerous driving.

The Algerian national, who spoke only to confirm his name and address, is accused of driving through a barrier on Saturday afternoon and crashing into a crowd of people in Long Causeway.

Two people were injured in the collision, while a third was allegedly stabbed by the driver of the car who got out to confront the crowd of shoppers.

No application for bail was made and Zouaoui was remanded into custody.

I don't know about you but I get the feeling there is much more to this than meets the eye.

Could Najistani be right when he points us in the direction of Sudden Jihad Syndrome?


najistani said...


najistani said...

Use of vehicles as lethal weapons is very common in SJS attacks:

This event is typical, and no doubt we'll see far more of the same as these psychopaths increase in number and ferocity.

yorkielass said...

This has happened in the states on a university campus.
The muslim driver just drove is car into a crowd of student's
His excuse he suddenly thought about Iraq.
This was on a friday after prayers the most unstable time for moonbats.

Paul said...

Prayers? Do they still call it that or pretend thats what their doing in those unmonitored "undercover mosques"?
Isn't a Friday meeting to network, swap videos and tips for taking over the kaffir?

ivan said...

there have been quite a few of these incidents around the birmingham area over the last few years.two i recall was a young child and an elderly man both run over on zebera crossings and both asian drivers,now something strikes me hear as today quoted in certain news articles. they are calling for death by dangerous driving offences to carry non custodial sentences ??