Barking Town Centre is in Greater London, east of East Ham and Dagenham, on the north side of the Thames River, and is described as a "deprived" area.
According to a separate August 27th story in the Barking & Dagenham Post referenced for background, Marcel Anderson, now 18-years-old and Andrew Angus, also 18, encountered 60-year-old Leslie Bones, a resident of Romford, at the Coral Bookies in Barking Town Centre on April 19th. Bones was smoking a cigarette at the time. The teens asked Bones to put out his cigarette, claiming that no smoking was allowed in the shop. Bones refused, words were exchanged, and then the teens chimped out, as Negroes are prone to do, punching, knocking down, and kicking Bones to death. Bones fractured his skull in the fall to the floor and suffered a massive brain haemorrhage. He died despite emergency surgery the next day at Queen's Hospital in Romford.
It was also reported that Bones was partially deaf, so that handicap, combined with the fact that street Blacks often don't speak standard English, may have contributed to the problem. However, the two Negroes claimed after the fact that Bones' alleged usage of a "racial slur" provoked them. Negroes will commonly claim "racism" in order to duck responsibility for their actions.
Murder charges were originally contemplated, but in August, both teens pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges. CCTV camera footage from the bookie shop helped the prosecution's case.
After the sentencing, Sandra Bones, the sister of the victim, said she believed the death of her brother was the trigger that led to his wife Sylvia, who was subsequently diagnosed with cancer, passing away three months later. In a moving victim impact statement, she told the Old Bailey in central London:
"From that fateful day Sylvia was a broken woman. So traumatic was the shock of Leslie's violent death that none of us could eat or sleep. She constantly felt nauseous and was often sick. To witness her horrible mental and physical collapse was just awful. There was simply nothing to do to bring Leslie back and Sylvia back from her despair and devastation.
After eight weeks she was still not able to eat or sleep. On June 16, 2008, she went to hospital and after four days the consultants informed us that Sylvia had terminal cancer and it would be unlikely she would live to see the court proceedings. We believe it was the shocking attack on Leslie that laid waste to her life. I believe the day they killed Leslie, they also killed his wife".
Andrew Angus was a resident of Bevan House, Bevan Avenue, Barking, while Marcel Anderson was a resident of Crossway, Dagenham. Of course, two years is a slap on the wrist for these wogs. Prison is like homecoming week for Negroes. They get to style and profile and "chill out" with their fellow Negroes. Three hots and a cot, no hustling for food stamps and Section 8 vouchers (or the British equivalent). But it's not punishment. The death penalty would have been the only appropriate punishment.
An interesting related story appeared in the Daily Mail on October 6th as well. Quentin Letts has identified the 50 people who "buggered up" the United Kingdom the most. Number 15 on his list is former Prime Minister Edward Heath. Here's his explanation:
Sunday, April 21, 1968, was the moment our country yielded to the sorry creed of multi-culturalism.
That evening, Edward Heath, leader of the Conservative Party, telephoned Enoch Powell and sacked him from the Shadow Cabinet for making his infamous "Rivers Of Blood" speech about race relations. That decision made it almost impossible for British politicians to criticise immigration for the next 40 years.
By slamming the desktop so hard on Powell's fingers, Heath created a climate of political terror about immigration. The ensuing silence was far more damaging to inter-community relations than old Enoch's mercurial rhetoric.
When Heath became Prime Minister (the surprise election victory killed Powell's political career), he properly accommodated the Asian refugees from Idi Amin's Uganda but did little to address widespread doubts about immigration.
Margaret Thatcher was equally timid when she gained power and under Tony Blair the numbers continued to rise fast. By 2005 we had become a country in which the separation of cultures had fed an ethnic grievance culture which bred British Islamic terrorists.
Powell had spoken of 50,000 new arrivals a year as being too high. Today, the rate is more like 300,000. His language may have been unpleasant but his analysis was pretty much spot-on.
Heath went on to prolonged failure. He resented the success of Margaret Thatcher for the last 30 years of his life. It ate away at him, turning him into a squat stewpot of boiling hatred.
Enoch Powell may have made a racist speech but he was five times the man Edward Heath was.
Enoch Powell is such an anathema amongst the British elite that only the British National Party, of all the prominent parties, dares associate itself with him. But the results clearly show that Powell was a man ahead of his time and that he understood the critical attributes of nationhood, one of them being that multiculturalism and nationhood simply do NOT mix.
Quentin Letts will be feeding this list out to the media bit by bit. Wonder if he has the bollocks to put Winston Churchill on the list? All the grossly over-rated Churchill did was plunge the U.K. into a destructive war of attrition which allowed the Bolshevik Beast to gobble up half of Europe, suck Britain dry of resources, and cost Britain its empire.