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Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "YOB ATTACK Shocking moment gang of laughing teens attack delivery driver before ‘stealing his moped’" "Mariam Moustafa: Four teenage girls spared jail after bus stop attack on Egyptian student - Judge condemns girls over violence, but says court should ‘avoid criminalising young people unnecessarily’"
The footage shows a baying mob cheering and laughing as thugs repeatedly boot the man in the head as he desperately tries to crawl away.
Some of the gang - who are wearing hoodies and hats to cover their faces - take running kicks at the man as he cowers on the ground.
The driver also appears to only be wearing his socks - suggesting the attackers may have stolen his shoes.
As the brutal attack continues, the person filming shouts: "Why so violent? Why so violent? Oh s**t. What...you what."
One of the thugs then mercilessly dropkicks the delivery driver as another runs in and stomps on his head as he lays defenceless on the ground.
The video, which is understood to have been filmed in London, ends with one of the youths climbing on to the moped.
Mariam Moustafa: Four teenage girls spared jail after bus stop attack on Egyptian student
Four members of a girl gang have been spared jail despite playing a part in a “sustained and horrific” attack on a frightened Egyptian student who later died.
Mariam Moustafa suffered a stroke, which left her in a coma after being “pushed so hard” that she was slammed against a bus shelter in Nottingham last February, and died almost a month later.
Despite admitting affray in connection with the street assault, two 18-year-old girls, who can now be named as Rochelle Dobbin and Netesha Lewis, and two 16-year-old girls were only handed referral orders by a district judge at Nottingham Youth Court on Wednesday.
Although the teenagers were not sent to custody, a district judge described them as “aggressive” and said they should be “condemned” for their actions.
They were spared detention because the court should “avoid criminalising young people unnecessarily” and the teenagers could only be sent to custody as “a last resort”.
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