Man Who Attacked, Shouted ‘White-Power’ Is Charged With Attempted Murder

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Zack Davies goes on rampage shouting ‘white-power‘ and ended up attacking, stabbing an Asian man. The police are treating this as “hate-related, racially and religiously motivated” incident. Why is the media silent about it, why is he not being called a ‘terrorist’? How would the media have portrayed it if the perpetrator were Muslim? Would they give same minimal coverage? I doubt it. Although he is been charged with attempted murder, I doubt he will get any serious sentence. They might even say he is ‘mentally ill’ and section him off to hospital. This story will swept under the carpet as usual.

Sam Yarwood from Daily Post writes:

Zack Davies, 25, of King Street in Mold, will appear before Wrexham magistrates today after what police are treating as a ‘racially and religiously motivated’ attack.

Police have charged a man with attempted murder following an attack at a Mold supermarket which left another man with “serious life-changing” injuries.

Zack Davies, 25, of King Street, Mold, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon following an incident at the town’s Tesco store, and is due to appear at Wrexham Magistrates Court today.

Detectives say they are treating the attack as a “hate-related, racially and religiously motivated” incident and confirm the 24-year-old victim remains in hospital.

They say he has suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries and he and his family are now being supported by specialist family liaison officers.

 

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