Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Motive of Muslim attack on white referee in soccer match obscured by US, UK media

Immigration status and ethnicity conveniently lost in translation by biased media

Einen Tag nach der tödlichen Prügelattacke auf den Linienrichter eines Jugendfußballspiels stehen die Niederlande unter Schock. Dass es sich bei den Tätern um junge Marokkaner handelt, wirft Fragen auf.

From Eric Dondero:

The story received international media attention for its brutality and viciousness.

From the UK Guardian:
Richard Nieuwenhuizen was doing what he loved: watching his son play football and helping out his local club by running the touchline as a volunteer linesman.

On Monday the 41-year-old father's passion for football cost him his life.

Prosecutors announced on Tuesday they were charging three players, two 15-year-olds and a 16-year-old, with manslaughter, assault and public violence for alleged involvement in a vicious attack on Nieuwenhuizen after a youth match between two local clubs, Buitenboys and Nieuw Sloten. The players, whose identities were not released, will be arraigned on Thursday at a closed-door hearing.
And then there's this from the Associated Press:
Prosecutors released no details of a possible motive and the Buitenboys club chairman, Marcel Oost, said the reason for the attack was not certain.

"We still don't have a clear picture yet," prosecution spokeswoman Brigit Haan told Associated Press.
A counter-Jihad blogger, Cherandinine did the translation from a German newspaper and discovered this nugget:
That the attackers who have been arrested were three Moroccans, according to the "Algemeen Dagblad", certainly does not make the case any easier. According to an Interior Ministry report from November 2011, 40 per cent of all Moroccan immigrants aged between 12 and 24 were arrested, sentenced or charged within the last five yearss. In city districts where people of Moroccan descent form a majority of the inhabitants, youth criminality already reaches 50 per cent.

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