Use It - Or Lose It !!
Anti White Race Murder
Of A 17 Year Old Youth
Ross Parker, just 17 years old
when "Race" murdered.
He was only 17 years
Accused, Ahmed Ali Awan, 22
Accused, Sarfraz Ali, 25
Accused, Ziaraff Mahrad, 21
Accused, Shaied Nazir, 21
They all look so ordinary don't they
? These extremists, these White haters. They look
just like the ordinary people that run your local
shop and sell you your daily newspapers
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heard of Stephen Lawrence !!!!
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One Of The Weapons That Was Used To "Race Murder"
Young Ross Parker
Ananova, 19 December 2002
Three men have been found guilty of stabbing
to death a teenager who was walking home with his girlfriend
in Peterborough. Shaied Nazir, 22, Ahmed Ali Awan, 22, and
25-year-old Sarfraz Ali, all of Peterborough all denied murder.
Ross Parker, 17, was killed with a foot-long
hunting knife while on a cycle path on September 21 last year.
In the trial at Northampton Crown Court, a fourth man, Zairaff
Mahrad, 21, was found not guilty of murder and manslaughter.
Angry scenes erupted in the courtroom when the verdicts were
announced. The family of Nazir wept and shouted and his brother
Wyed, who earlier gave evidence for the prosecution, screamed:
"My brother is not a murderer." He had to be restrained
by police and court security staff while the jury returned
to continue their deliberations in relation to Mahrad. Mr
Parker was walking home at around 1.15am with girlfriend Nicola
Toms when he was attacked. The gang sprayed an aerosol in
his eyes before they punched, kicked and hit him with a panel
beater's hammer. He was then stabbed through the throat, the
court was told.
Peterbrough Evening Telegraph, 19
UNTIL he became a teenager, Shaied Nazir,
of Cromwell Road, had followed the strict Muslim traditions
of his parents and lived a law-abiding life. But, when he
reached adolescence, he started rebelling against the values
he had been taught by his parents. The 22-year-old started
smoking drugs, drinking heavily, and staying out late with
his friends. In March 1999, he was cautioned by King's Lynn
police for using threatening behaviour. And in April 2002,
he was fined £50 for failing to surrender to custody
during proceedings at which he was charged with taking a car
and driving it under the influence of excess alcohol. He was
found not guilty. When having his fingerprints taken after
being arrested on suspicion of Ross's murder, Nazir told officers:
"I wish I had not bothered going out that night. You
know I never meant for anyone to get hurt."
FOR Ahmed Ali Awan, the brutal stabbing
of Ross Parker was a way of proving his "superiority"
within the gang. During the Ross Parker murder trial, Awan
(22), of Gladstone Street, was described as a "gangster"
who had a fantasy for knives and thought of himself as "something
special". The court heard he was an unofficial police
informer who had told officers about hard drug dealing in
his area. He also kept a scanner in his house which could
be used to pick up police radio frequencies. After his arrest
he was remanded in custody at Bedford Prison. On his arrival
at the prison, the court heard he saw an inmate he knew, called
Darren Boardman, who warned him that other prisoners would
want to attack him for what he had done to Ross. Awan responded
by describing the killing to Boardman in lurid detail and
pointing on his body to where Ross had been stabbed.
SARFRAZ Ali was given glowing character
references by two city councillors, but witnesses said he had
a "dark side". Up to the night of Ross's murder last
year, Ali (25), of Harris Street, had lived a normal life and
had never been in trouble with the law. The court heard his
father played major role at a city mosque and Ali had been married
in September 2000. But, during the trial, the court heard there
was a different side to Ali. The court was told that Ali's wife
had left him in the middle of the trial because she was scared
of him and his family. The jury was also told that she may have
found out about his involvement in the murder of Ross after
seeing his bloody clothing. Ali said that out of his three co-accused,
he was closest to Awan. The pair concocted a false story saying
neither of them had been at the scene of the killing. But the
jury did not believe the lies.
Peterbrough Evening Telegraph, 19
ROSS Parker bled to death after
being stabbed, beaten with a hammer and kicked on the ground
in a barbaric attack.
The 17-year-old had been walking hand-in-hand
with his girlfriend Nicola Foot along a cycleway running alongside
Bourges Boulevard, near Russell Street, when they were ambushed
by the offenders. The pair had just finished working a late
shift at the Solstice pub, in Northminster, in the city centre
and had failed to get a lift home. They were walking to a
friend's house in Bourges Boulevard at about 1.15am on Friday,
September 21, last year, when the gang pounced. Shaied Nazir
(22), of Cromwell Road, Peterborough, was the first on the
scene. He came out of an alleyway and scared off a group of
young Asian boys nearby. He was followed by Ahmed Ali Awan
(22), of Gladstone Street and Sarfraz Ali (25), of Harris
Street, some of whom were wearing balaclavas. The procesution
alleges Ziaraff Mahrad (21), of Cromwell Road, also took part.
Mrs Foot heard someone say, "Better start running"
before Nazir sprayed CS gas in Ross's face. The teenager put
his hands to his eyes in pain and was then punched in the
stomach. He fell to the ground, letting go of Mrs Foot's hand,
as he tried in vain to fight off his attackers. It may never
be known who stabbed Ross three times in the neck and upper
body with an 18-inch "hunting knife", but during
the trial, both Nazir and Awan were blamed.
Ross was also beaten with a panel-beater's
hammer as he lay on the ground and the court heard it was
Ali who wielded the weapon.
As her boyfriend was stabbed and beaten
to death, Mrs Foot ran screaming to the nearby Esso garage in
Bourges Boulevard. As she ran she heard Ross cry out two or
three times in pain. Then she heard nothing. Mrs Foot managed
to flag down a police car on Bourges Boulevard and call emergency
services, but Ross was certified dead as soon as ambulance crews
reached the scene. There was no sign of his murderers and Peterborough
police began one of the biggest inquiries in the history of
the city. It was an investigation that ended successfully today
with three of the four defendants being found guilty of murder.
SHAIED Nazir told the court he kicked Ross
Parker on the ground and tried to spray him with CS gas -
but did not realise he had been stabbed to death.
Giving evidence for a second day, Nazir
(22), who is accused of murder, told Northampton Crown Court
that he did not realise a stabbing had taken place until he
got back to a garage at the rear of his home at 122 Cromwell
Road. He said co-accused Ahmed Ali Awan gestured to him that
he had "slashed" Ross around his rib cage. As reported
in The Evening Telegraph, Ross bled to death after being stabbed
three times with a large knife. The court has heard he was
attacked by a gang, some wearing balaclavas, as he walked
along a cyclepath, near Bourges Boulevard, with his girlfriend
Nazir, Awan (22), of Gladstone Street,
Sarfraz Ali (25), of Harris Street, and Ziaraff Mahrad (21),
of Cromwell Road, deny murder.
Yesterday, Nazir told the court that at
the time of the killing he had been walking from the garage
at his home to get some cigarettes from the Esso garage, in
Bourges Boulevard, with the three co-accused and student Zaheer
Abbas and Adeel Rehman (20), who have already given evidence
for the prosecution.
Michael Lawson QC, defending Nazir, said:
"Did you know, when you left the garage with the five
other people, if anyone intended to use violence?"
Nazir replied: "No".
Mr Lawson said: "Did you know that
any of them had anything with them, whether weapons or balaclavas?
Nazir replied: "No".
Nazir told the court that while Ross was
on the ground he attempted to spray CS gas at him but ended
up accidentally directing it at himself.
Mr Lawson said: "When you kicked Mr
Parker on the ground and tried to spray him, did you know
he had been fatally injured?
Nazir replied "No".
Nazir told the court that he and his co-accused
had been to Liquid nightclub, in the city centre, before walking
back to the garage at his home.
He said they then decided to walk to the
Esso garage to buy cigarettes.
Nazir said as they came to a play area,
near the scene of the attack, Ali handed him a can of CS gas
which he put in his pocket and "didn't think anything
Nazir said he saw Awan, Ali and Mr Rehman
wearing balaclavas, which he said were owned by Awan.
During Nazir's evidence his co-accused
sat in the dock with their heads mostly bowed to the floor
and at one point Awan shook his head.
Nazir said he kept walking towards the
Esso garage and told some Asian youngsters to go home because
it was late.
He also saw some youths running towards
nearby Dyson Close.
Mr Lawson said: "Did you know why?"
Nazir said he turned around a saw a body
being kicked by Mr Rehman, Mr Abbas and Ali. He said he saw
Mahrad running towards the attack and Awan running back in
the direction they had come from. Mr Lawson said: "What
Nazir replied: "Yes, I was involved".
Mr Lawson said: "How did you join
Nazir said: "I turned round and kicked
him a couple of times."
Mr Lawson said: "Did you get the gas
can out and did you use it?
Nazir replied: "Yes, I sprayed in
the opposite direction, I sprayed myself."
Nazir said he saw the hammer being used
by Ali and the incident was over in "about a minute".
He said he only realised he had blood on
his trousers and boots when he got back to the garage at his
But he said he could not see any blood
when it happened, because the lighting was so bad.
He said that back at the garage he saw
Awan with the murder weapon, which had blood on it.
He asked Awan where the knife had come
from, but he got no reply, the court heard.
Nazir said: "I was shocked and I asked
Ahmed if he had stabbed him or slashed him.
"He said, 'I slashed him'. He said
he slashed him around here." At this point Nazir pointed
to his rib cage just under his left arm.
Nazir told the court he washed the knife
in his kitchen and also attempted to clean Ali's bloodied
He said he and his co-accused then started
making up an alibi. Nazir said Awan was going to claim he
went straight home after leaving the club because he had been
seen that night by members of the Tanner family, in Gladstone
Nazir said he did not sleep that night
and did not find out that Ross had been killed later on that
SHAIED Nazir told the court he started
telling the truth only when he believed the case was a "cut
throat" between him and co-accused Ahmed Ali Awan.
Under cross-examination yesterday, Nazir
said in police interviews he told officers he had come across
the killing of Ross Parker and stayed for about 20 seconds
Nigel Salts QC, defending Sarfraz Ali,
asked Nazir when he decided to change his story and say that
his client had been involved in the attack and had handed
him a can of CS gas.
He also asked why Nazir had not mentioned
that prosecution witnesses Adeel Rehman and Zaheer Abbas has
also been involved.
Nazir said: "I knew it from the beginning
but I didn't tell my legal team until November 23."
Mr Salts said: "That was long after
the trial had started and long after Mr Abbas and Mr Rehman
had given evidence. Why?"
Nazir said: "Because I wanted to tell
Mr Salts said: "Why at that moment?"
Nazir said: "Because Mr Rumfitt (Awan's
barrister) stood in court and said something along the lines
of, it was a cut throat between me and Ahmed. Then I decided
to tell the truth."
Mr Salts said his client was not at the
scene of the killing at all and Nazir used the hammer on Ross.
Mr Salts said: "The CS gas had nothing
to do with Saff (Ali). You are lying aren't you?. It was yours
and yours alone." Nazir replied: "No".
Mr Salts said: "What were you doing
spraying CS gas at a man who was mortally wounded?"
Nazir replied: "I just turned round
and sprayed the gas straight away."
SHAIED Nazir denied having "a sick
obsession with knives".
Nigel Rumfitt QC, defending Ahmed Ali Awan,
said Nazir told police that just after the killing, when the
knife used to kill Ross still had blood on it, Nazir had said:
"That's a nice knife".
Mr Rumfitt said it was not Awan but Nazir
who had a "fascination with knives".
Cross-examining Nazir, Mr Rumfitt had the
"combat knife", which was used to kill Ross, held
up at Northampton Crown Court.
Another exact replica of the weapon, which
has a 12-inch serrated blade and teeth down one side, was
also given to members of the jury to inspect.
Mr Rumfitt said: "Could you tell the
jury what particular feature of that is nice."
Nazir replied: "The way the whole
thing is made".
Mr Rumfitt said: "You like that particular
knife do you?"
Nazir replied: "I did, yes".
Mr Rumfitt said: "Have you got some
sort of sick obsession with knives Mr Nazir?"
Nazir replied: "No".
Mr Rumfitt said: "It's not Mr Awan
with the sick fascination with knives, it is you and you are
just putting your guilt on to him."
Nazir replied: "No".
Mr Rumfitt asked Nazir why he had washed
the knife after finding it in the garage at his home at 122
Nazir said because it was "covered
in blood" and was "in my shed".
Mr Rumfitt said: "The reason you washed
the knife and the reason it was in your shed two days later
was because it was yours. You washed the knife because you
killed Ross Parker didn't you?"
Nazir replied: "No"
AN Asian gang murdered a youth and then
waved a knife in the air crying: Look at this
cherish the blood, a court heard yesterday. Bar worker
Ross Parker, 17, was ambushed by thugs as he strolled along
a dimly-lit footpath with his girlfriend.
The gang allegedly sprayed an aerosol in his eyes, punched
him to the ground and attacked him with a very large
hunting knife and hammer.
Ross was also repeatedly kicked in the
head, body and legs as he lay curled in a ball, the jury was
told.His girlfriend Nicola Toms, 20, fled and flagged down
a police car. She led a WPC to the scene but Ross was already
dead of stab wounds.
Ross was set on as he and Nicola walked
to a pals house after leaving work at The Solstice pub
in Peterborough, Cambs, on September 21 last year at around
1am. On the footpath Nicola heard a voice say You better
start running and moments later Ross was attacked. Nicola
told Northampton Crown Court she also heard an aerosol being
squirted. She added: Ross put his hand to his eyes and
seemed in pain.One of those closest punched him and
he fell. Nicola said around four of the gang began kicking
Shaied Nazir, 21, Ziaraff Mahrad, 21, Ahmed
Ali Awan, 22, and Sarfraz Ali, 25, all of Peterborough, deny
Awan was allegedly seen brandishing the
knife and declaring, Cherish the blood shortly
after the attack, the jury heard. Earlier that evening the
four defendants had been dropped outside a nightclub by Nazirs
younger brother Wyed, the court was told. In the early hours
of the morning Wyed heard a noise in his kitchen and allegedly
found his brother washing a large knife in the sink.Wyed noticed
that both his brother and Ali, who was with him, had blood
on their clothes, the jury heard. He asked them what had happened
and they allegedly said they had beaten someone up. Wyed then
went to a nearby building nicknamed The Shed and saw Awan
and Mahrad. Both had blood on their boots, the jury heard.
Awan allegedly said he had stabbed someone. Cops found a hunting
knife, hammer, bloodstained clothes and two balaclavas in
Rosss parents Tony, 51, and Davinia,
46, and his sister Leanne, 24, were at court for the opening
of the trial, expected to last four weeks.
Teenager 'stabbed by four men'
BBC Online, 7 November 2002 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/low/england/2415263.stm
A Cambridgeshire 17-year-old was stabbed
to death by four men as he walked back from work with his
girlfriend, a court has heard.
Ross Parker was attacked with a "very
large" knife and a hammer after leaving the Peterborough
pub where he worked in the early hours of the morning on 20
September 2001, Northampton Crown Court was told.
Stephen Coward QC said the teenager fell
to the ground and died of his stab wounds at the scene.
Shaied Nazir, 21, Ziaraff Mahrad, 21, Ahmed
Ali Awan, 22, and Sarfraz Ali, 25, all of Peterborough, all
Kicked on ground
The court heard Mr Parker and his girlfriend
Nicky Toms, then 19, had left the Solstice pub where they
both worked and were walking to a friend's house. "They
didn't make it because on the way Ross was murdered by the
defendants." Mr Coward said Mr Parker had been kicked
as he fell on the ground.
He added that some of the attackers
had been wearing balaclavas.
The trial continues.
Peterbrough Evening Telegraph, 7 November
THE trial of four city men charged with
the murder of teenager Ross Parker was expected to go ahead
today after it was delayed for 24 hours.
As reported in The Evening Telegraph, the
four arrived at Northampton Crown Court yesterday when the
trial was due to start. But after legal discussions, Deputy
High Court Judge Edwin Jowitt QC decided to send the jury
away to allow further legal deliberations.
Shaied Nazir (21) and Ziaraff Mahrad (21),
both of Cromwell Road; Ahmed Ali Awan (22), of Gladstone Street,
and Sarfraz Ali (25), of Harris Street, are accused of killing
Ross in the early hours of Friday, September 21, last year.
The accused, who were all granted police
bail earlier this year, stood and listened in the dock as
the charge of murder was read out to the court. They have
all denied the charge.
Ross (17), of Bozeat Way, Westwood, Peterborough,
was attacked and killed as he walked along a footpath adjacent
to Bourges Boulevard, near Russell Street. The former pupil
at Jack Hunt School, in Netherton, and a female friend, had
been walking home from work at the Solstice pub, in Northminster,
Peterborough. The girl ran for help to the nearby dual carriageway,
where she flagged down a passing police car. A post mortem
examination carried out at Peterborough District Hospital
concluded Ross had died from stab wounds.
The jury of four women and eight men were
asked to return to the court for a 10.30am start today.
Addressing the jury, Judge Jowitt pointed
out the packed public gallery to highlight the high level of
interest in the case and warned them not to speak about what
they heard outside the court. Before they were sworn in, the
judge also told jury members that the case would last for about
Peterbrough Evening Telegraph, 8 November
IN a quiet voice, the former girlfriend
of Ross Parker told a hushed court how they had walked hand-in-hand
on a warm, late summer night.
It was a walk that was to end in horror
and terror. Petite, and with her light-brown hair tied in
a ponytail hair, Nicola Foot (20) relived what happened after
a fateful decision that she and Ross (17) would walk from
the Solstice pub, in Northminster Road, at the end of their
working shift on September 21 last year.
They had tried to get a lift with Ross's
sister Leanne (24), but her car was packed. They had no luck
getting into the pub manager's car either. So, they set off
from the pub on a stroll that took them along a pathway by
the side of Bourges Boulevard. Composed, and in a matter of
fact voice, Mrs Foot described what happened as they approached
She noticed a man, standing on the grass
in front of them.
There was also another group of Asian youths,
and she said the man who had stood in front of them, started
walking towards the group which numbered about six.
As they approached this group, she heard
someone with an Asian accent say "Better start running"
in a loud whisper from her right hand side. She said she turned
to look, and saw a man standing in an area which she believed
to be an alleyway. There were more men behind him, hiding
in bushes. It was at this point that the group of men started
walking towards them and blocked the path.
It was then that the attack happened.
She told the jury that one of the group
approached Ross and sprayed an aerosol in his face. She said
she tried to hold onto Ross's hand, but had to let go as he
fell to the ground. She said: "Ross put his right hand
to his eyes and he seemed to be in pain. He stopped, but I
carried on walking. The man closest to Ross, punched him in
the stomach. And he went to the ground. "Ross curled
up in a tight ball and about four of the group started kicking
"He did not fight back."
Mrs Foot, who has since married and is
expecting a baby, said she thought about running to a friend's
house in Bourges Boulevard to get help. But she changed her
mind and ran to the nearby Esso garage on the other side of
the dual carriageway. She said: "I could not see what
was going on, but I could hear sounds of a struggle and Ross
was crying out. I heard him cry out two or three times. "After
the last cry, there was no sound at all." Mrs Foot flagged
down a police car, but by the time they got back to Ross he
Two told police they were there
TWO of the men accused of murdering Ross
Parker have admitted they were at the scene of the attack,
but two have claimed they were not there at all. When interviewed
by police just after the killing, Nazir made no comment. But
in later interviews he admitted being at the scene, although
he claimed he had not taken part in the violence. Mahrad also
admitted he had been at the scene of the killing to police
but claimed he had not been involved in the attack. He told
officers that blood discovered on his jumper and trousers
was there because he had fallen across Ross during the fracas.
Mahrad said he would not reveal the names of anyone else at
the scene because he was "too scared". Ali told
police he had been to the Liquid nightclub, in New Road, Peterborough,
on the night of the attack and had gone back to the shed at
Cromwell Road, but had fallen asleep in a chair and not woken
Awan told police he had also been to
Liquid nightclub on the night, but had gone home and not heard
anything about the murder until the following morning.
Peterbrough Evening Telegraph, 8 November
THE brother of Shaied Nazir told the court
he saw him cleaning a blood-splattered knife at the family's
kitchen sink, following the attack on Ross Parker. Wyed Nazir
(18) said he heard a noise in the kitchen, as he sat in the
next room watching DVDs, at the house in Cromwell Road. Giving
evidence yesterday, Wyed said he walked in to see what was
happening and found his brother and Sarfraz Ali (25) standing
there. Wyed told Northampton Crown Court both the men had
blood on them - Ali on his boot and Nazir on his trousers.
Wyed told the court: "There was blood running off the
knife. I asked what had happened. "Sarfraz said 'We just
had a fight in the underpass'." Prosecutor Stephen Coward
QC then asked Wyed if he was told what colour the victim was,
and Wyed replied: "I remember at some stage someone saying
it was a white lad." Mr Coward then asked Wyed: "How
did they look?" he replied: "They were different,
they were worried". Wyed went on to tell the court he
had asked his brother and Ali where Ahmed Ali Awan and Ziaraff
Mahrad were, because earlier in the night he had dropped the
four off at Chicago Rock pub. Wyed told the court he was told
Awan and Mahrad were in the shed. He then went to the shed
and found Mahrad, known as Ziggy, sitting on a chair at the
far end. Awan was also there. He asked them what had happened
and they said they had got into a fight. Awan had tiny speck
of blood on his shoe. Mahrad took his boot off and had blood
on his white sock and on the back of his white top. Wyed told
the court that Awan had said to him he had "stabbed"
someone. He touched Wyed in the places where he had stabbed
the man. Awan then asked Wyed to go to the underpass. Mr Coward
QC, said: "Did Awan give any particular reason why he
wanted you to go and see what the position was at the underpass?"
Wyed, replied: "He said to me, go to the underpass and
see if he (Ross) has died or not. But I refused." Wyed
then went on to tell the court that at one point he was told
to go and fetch the knife which was by the kitchen sink. He
said it had a black handle, was about a foot long with crocodile
teeth at the top and holes in the blade.
Wyed said he seen the knife in the shed
once before, and at the time he was told it belonged to Awan.
But he added he had never seen it again until the night of
the incident. He said had also seen three black balaclavas
stored in a plastic bag in the shed, on another occasion.
Brother agreed to give an alibi to protect
WYED Nazir told the court the day after
Ross was killed there was talk of providing an alibi. He told
the court that Ahmed Ali Awan turned up at the house in Cromwell
Road and asked if there was a plan about what they should
do. They made up an alibi, telling Wyed that if anyone asks,
they were all watching DVDs all night, the court heard Wyed
went on to tell the court that later, Awan said he had bumped
into a neighbour one of the Tanners who agreed to lie and
give him an alibi. Wyed said initially he went along with
the alibi and when asked in court why he did, he said: "It
was to help my brother and my family."
On October 3 last year, police showed
Wyed a picture of a hunting knife and Wyed said it was identical
to the one he had been shown on the night of Ross's murder.
Ross Parker he
wanted to be a policeman
Telegraph, 25 January 2002
THE parents of Ross Parker - the 17-year-old
boy who was brutally stabbed to death - have today spoken
their four- month silence to talk about their family´s
Ross was attacked as he walked home from
work at the Solstice pub, in Northminster, along a cycle path
close to Bourges Boulevard.
His parents, Davina and Tony, to this day
have not moved anything in his bedroom at their home in Bozeat
Way, Westwood, Peterborough. The towel, which he used after
getting out of the bath before rushing to work on that fateful
September night, is still laying on the floor where he abandoned
it in his hurry. The bed is unmade, clothes lay strewn across
the floor where he threw them as he got ready, and his computer
and TV are still on standby. His parents can´t ing themselves
to turn them off. A crisp packet remains screwed up on the
carpet of the upstairs room and a half-eaten yoghurt, with
the spoon still in it, sits on his desk untouched. His mum
cannot even bring herself to wash his dirty clothes or tidy
She sits in there numerous times a day
because she feels it´s the closest she can get to her
While her husband went back to running
his car bodywork repair business, Davina was unable to face
going back to work as a waitress. After the agony of Ross´s
funeral she took three months off - three months of torment,
with nothing to do but think about her loss and live in the
shadow of memories that would not go away. In a small and
faltering voice, Davina admitted frankly there had been many
occasions when she had been close to the edge. Almost in a
whisper she spoke of how she had been shocked to find herself
with a bottle of pills in one hand and alcohol in the other.
But she had always found an inner strength
to somehow keep going.
Sitting in the family´s front room,
surrounded by pictures of Ross taken at various times throughout
his life, Davina tried to explain the demons she lives with
every day. "I often catch myself thinking that if I leave
his bedroom the way he did that night then he might just come
home one day, although I know he´s gone for good."The
pain of losing Ross, who would have turned 18 in August this
year, is still as raw today as it was when police officers
first told Tony (50) and Davina (44) he had been killed at
4.30am on the morning of September 21. The family was upstairs
asleep and didn´t hear police officers knocking on the
door until the phone went and they heard people talking outside.
Tony said: "When we let the police in I just couldn´t
imagine it was my son they were talking about.
"We were all in complete shock - we
just felt numb, like it wasn´t real.
"Most of the family were at our house
by 7am, and after that it was just a day of waiting for information
- waiting to be able to go and see him at the hospital. We
went to see him four times in all." Since the funeral,
on October 23, his mum, dad and sister, Leanne, have visited
the city´s crematorium every weekend to lay flowers.
And the family has made a pilgrimage on the 21st of each month
to the place where he died with flowers. Tony said: "We´ve
felt we had to carry on just for Ross´s sake, but there
are times when you feel you just can´t get out of bed.
We´ve all had to be strong - it´s what he would
have wanted." Close to tears, Tony explained his 50th
birthday was two days after his son´s funeral - a day
he would normally have gone to the pub for a drink with Ross.
Instead, he took a can of Guinness to the crematorium and
drank it, leaving it half finished with a bunch of flowers
next to Ross´s commemorative plaque.
Tony said: "All I wanted to do on
my birthday was spend some time with Ross.
"I didn´t even want to open
any presents - but Ross wanted me to spend a day at Silverstone
driving a Ferrari and arranged it." The family spent
the day at the track a month later and dedicated it to Ross,
because of his great love of cars. There was no joy in the
Parker home at Christmas. There were no decorations. No Christmas
tree or cards. They even felt too emotional to buy each other
presents. And, as families across Peterborough sat down to
a traditional turkey dinner, Ross´s parents and sister
had a simple meal of scampi and chips - Ross´s favourite.
Leanne, who used to work with Ross at the
Solstice, said that two weeks before his death, the moped
which he used to get to and from work had been stolen.
"Had the bike never been stolen,"
Leanne said, "he may well have never been walking home
along that path. But we can´t dwell on the 'what if´s?´."
Sitting close to her mum on the sofa, she said she hasn´t
been able to set foot back inside the Solstice. Once she had
loved working there with her other. Now there are just too
many memories of the lad the rest of the staff fondly named
Half Pint, to deal with. "I can´t even go in for
a quiet drink," she said, "it´s just too painful."
She can´t even bring herself to put a radio on now in
case she hears a song which reminds her of Ross. The family
have been helped through their ordeal by Peterborough police
family liason officers. Davina said: '´Without them
we don´t know where we would be now.´´ And
she revealed that it had been Ross´s ultimate ambition
to become a policeman. "He was a boy who always wanted
to help others,´´ she said.
Sarfraz Ali (24), of Harris Street,
Ahmed Ali Awan (21), of Gladstone Street, Shaied Nazir (20),
of Cromwell Road, and Ziaraff Mahrad (20), also of Cromwell
Road, are awaiting trial charged with murder
TWO men charged with the murder of city
teenager Ross Parker have been released from prison on bail.
Sarfraz Ali (24), of Harris Street, and
Ahmed Ali Awan (21), of Gladstone Street, were granted bail
after appearing before judges at the High Court and Peterborough
Crown Court respectively. Bail was on condition that they
live at an address, which was not named, 50 miles or more
from the city and pay a "substantial" bail surety.
Shaied Nazir (20) and Ziaraff Mahrad (20),
both of Cromwell Road, who are also charged with murder, were
refused bail after appearing at Northampton Crown Court.
All four deny the charges .
Ross Parker (17), of Bozeat Way, Westwood,
Peterborough, was stabbed to death as he walked along a cycle
path, on September 21.
people would have undertaken against the mainstream population
of this country, had this been a White Race Attack against
Asians or Blacks or any other minority group.
Nor is this sort of thing uncommon.
On the contrary, the overwhelming evidence points to massive
violence from Ethnic Minorities against British White people,
which is constantly unreported or under-reported.
Despite all of this evidence of what is being done to the
mainstream population of this county, our MEDIA
people continue to brainwash us all with stories of how
terrible and Racist White people are.
compared to the "Propaganda
Blasting" that our
Just a few weeks ago our
people repeatedly bombarded everyone in the UK with the
story of the WHITE policeman in the USA !!, who had been
caught on camera punching a BLACK man in the face.
Shock horror, those RACIST whites are at it again !! But
people conveniently left out the fact that this BLACK man
had grabbed the WHITE Policeman by the Testicles, and that
is why he got punched by the Policeman !!
people decided to BOMBARD
us all with this ANTI WHITE
PROPAGANDA story from ANOTHER
COUNTRY, instead of reporting the REAL
nature of RACISM here
in the UK TODAY !!!!!!
|While you are here, take a
look at Racist Rapes in Australia.
It looks as though the same double standards / propaganda
are being applied to White people out there too !! Racist
AND NEVER FORGET
THE 'ROBIN PAGE
THOUGHT CRIME CASE'
The Court of Appeal
held that ...
telling the truth was
For Our People
Justice for white murder victim Ross Parker
injustice from the media - see below
Three Asian men have been convicted
for the brutal unprovoked racist murder of white teenager
Ross Parker. 17 year old Ross was murdered on 21st
September 2001 in front of his terrified girlfriend
as they walked through a subway returning home from
work in the cathedral city of Peterborough.
Shaied Nazir, 22, sprayed CS gas
into Ross's face the gang then beat him to the ground
and stabbed him three times with an 18 inch hunting
knife. As he lay bleeding to death the gang then beat
him with a panel beater's hammer and disappeared into
Ross's girlfriend, Nicola, went
for help but when she returned with the police it
was too late. Ross had died.
The three men, Shaied Nazir (22),
Sarfraz Ali (25) and Ahmed Ali Awan (22) were today
(19th) convicted at Northampton Crown while another
member of the gang, Ziaraff Mahrad (21) was found
not guilty on charges of murder and manslaughter.
Murder victim 17 year old Ross
Parker. His only crime was being White.
The Court heard how Ahmed Ali Awan, who is also a
police informer, murdered Ross Parker to prove his
"superiority" within the vicious gang and
while being held on remand awaiting the trial, Awan
told a fellow inmate in graphic detail about how he
and his gang butchered Ross.
Racist murderer Ahmed Awan
Attacks on White people are becoming
all too common in Britain's inner cities with areas
in Peterborough, Bradford, Oldham and London.
Unlike most other racist attacks
and murders of whites, such as those of Gavin Hopley
and Mark Clayton, this one has actually resulted in
a trial and conviction of the thugs responsible.
But how many more racist murders
of whites, blacks and Asians alike will it take before
the liberal elite realise that their multi-racial
melting pot experiment has been a huge failure. Judging
from recent events we are going to see a lot more
Ross Parkers, Gavin Hopleys, Stephen Lawrences and
Mark Claytons before we see appropriate action taken
against the multi-cultural nightmare engulfing Britain.
Injustice for White victims of
The national media are unsurprisingly
very quiet about this incident; the murder, the verdict
and the sentences. Few outside of the Cambridgeshire
area will have heard of this racist murder of a white
teenager. If the situation had been reversed and the
victim was non-White then the same media frenzy that
accompanied the murder of Black youth Stephen Lawrence
would have been repeated. At a national level the
BBC have not reported on this story. Is it because
the metropolitan liberals who run the Beeb cannot
think that there are White victims of racist attacks?
The lack of reporting by the media
on this and similar other attacks on White victims
should be condemned by all good minded people of all
ethnic backgrounds. This kind of malpractice cannot
be allowed to continue.
Everyone can do their bit to persuade
the media that such news stories must be covered with
as much fervour and urgency as they would cover stories
where the victims are Black or Asian.
Make a complaint- now!
the question " Why hasnt this story been covered
at a national level by the BBC, the national newspapers
The following telephone number
is used for complaints to BBC which are passed to
programme producers. 08700 100 222.
You can also ask questions at the BBC news desk- 0208
Written complaints to Fraser Steel, Broadcasting House,
London W1A 1AA.
Contact ITN on 0207 833 3000 or viewer_liaisonC3@itn.co.uk
Telephone the Peterborough Evening Telegraph on 01733-555111
and asking for the newsdesk.
Telephone Harmesh Lakenphaul at the Peterborough Racial
Equality Council on 01733-554630.
If our campaign will change
the attitudes of even a few decision makers in the
national media, young Ross will not have died in vain.
One Law for Them...Yet
Did you know that in Glasgow
on 18th October, the first ever Scottish conviction
for racially motivated murder was secured?
Did you read or hear about
how fifteen year old Kriss Donald was attacked
by Muslim Racists, abducted, driven around Scotland,
beaten, mutilated, stabbed and burned alive?
Did you know that the first
defendent accused admitted he was killed simply
for being "a white boy"?
The chances are you did not
if you do not log onto the BNP website or read
Voice of Freedom regularly.
Shame on you if you do neither!
ON THE OTHER HAND,
very few of you will be unaware of the 'heinous'
attack on the coloured footballers playing for
England by Spanish fans the day before.
Wall-to-wall national TV and press coverage
was given over to the crime
of name calling, while one of the
and brutal murders of a child ever witnessed
in this country was either ignored or left as
a regional filler.
This is more than politically
This is Communist style manipulation
of public opinion.
Hide the real horrors and
inflate lesser evils.
White people cannot be seen
as victims, only as aggressors. The truth will
out though, thanks to the BNP and your help
in spreading the word to friends and family.