90 Miles From Tyranny : Six teenagers including a 13-year-old were stabbed in FOUR separate knife attacks across Londonistan

Friday, April 6, 2018

Six teenagers including a 13-year-old were stabbed in FOUR separate knife attacks across Londonistan

  • Three hospitalised after first incident in Mile End, East London just after 6pm
  • Two teenage boys attacked near East India Dock and Ealing Broadway
  • Now 13-year-old has been 'seriously injured' after FOURTH attack in Newham 
  • Comes as London's crime rate is at 7-year high with 55 murders since January


Police have made five arrests after six teenagers were stabbed within 90 minutes of each other in a night of knife carnage across London.

Four victims are in hospital with serious injuries after four separate attacks broke out in different parts of the city.

Five arrests have now been made over the stabbings of two 15-year-old boys and a 13-year-old boy who remain a 'serious but stable condition' in hospital.

A male whose age is not known is being held over attempted murder and a 16-year-old boy on suspicion of conspiracy to commit GBH after the two 15-year-olds were stabbed in Bow, east London.

The Met Police said three 'juvenile' males have been arrested on suspicion of GBH after the 13-year-old boy was stabbed in Manor Park, east London.

Bloodied clothes on the ground near the scene in Grove Road, Mile End, east London following reports of a stabbing

Victim treated by police as three teens are stabbed in east London

No arrests have been made in connection with three other stabbing incidents across the capital last night.

They left a boy, 15, man, 18, and a man in his 40s with serious but not life-threatening injuries.

Pictures show the bloodied aftermath of a stabbing in Mile End, which saw two seriously injured in a brutal attack in broad daylight.

Last night's events came as London is amidst a violent crime crisis, with gun and knife attacks at their highest levels since 2010.

Fifty-five people have been murdered in the capital since January, with 13 people killed within two weeks last month.

Yesterday Tottenham Labour MP David Lammy described the London street violence as...

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