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It’s a measure?
Dianne Abbot avoided this same scenario. She sent her boy to a public school so to avoid the drug gangs etc and then criticised excess use of stop and search.Sorry bit off track.Mr aog Your guess is as good as mine. Perhaps they don't want further accusations of institutionalised racism ringing in their ears
Diane Abbott is hypocrisy writ large.
Well it might be that if they can nail the people who did this, they will be taking people off the street who are responsible for other killings but where there is less potential for hard evidence?
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How much information did she share with the police when she was immediately aware her son was previously being groomed by the bros?
There are barriers between the police and the ethnic cultures certainly.
They certainly open up and apportion blame to everyone but themselves. The continuous link in this dreadful butchers bill in the country appears that most young black victims and perpetrators have no male role models. How many of these grieving mothers are still with the father? Very few I would suggest.
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Sigh. Another AOG question where the answer is in the article.
Probably a bit difficult for the average DM reader as it's right at the end of the piece so they'll probably have been distracted by the video pop up or the bikini clad 'celebrities' on the right after a couple of paras.

'Mr Whellams urged anyone who may Know anything to contact police or Crimestoppers, saying: 'In order to combat this type of crime we need co-operation - the police can't do this on their own, we need co-operation from the community at large.'
ZM, how does that answer the question
"Why Are They Offering A £20,000 Reward In This Particular Case?"
Erm, read the quote I posted. It's quite clear from that.
And presumably that co-operation will only be forthcoming of there is £20k of taxpayers' dosh on offer.

Call me old-fashioned, but if I had information that may lead to the arrest and conviction of a murder suspect when the victim was from my "community" (or indeed from anywhere else) I would offer it freely.
Erm I did.They want to pay for information. The question still remains:

Why haven't they paid for information on other cases?
I don't know what criteria they use when deciding to offer rewards in cases like this, Gang related crime is ruled by secrecy - maybe there's a hope that a reward may help infiltrate the inner circle.
NJ, the people likely to have any information are probably not law-abiding citizens and therefore not likely to come forward without some form of incentive.
"maybe there's a hope that a reward may help infiltrate the inner circle."

Need a lot more than 20K to do that. These are cold blooded savage murderers who wold think nothing of topping a grass.
'Why haven't they paid for information on other cases?'

presumably they didn't need to? I've no idea, really. I'd rather not enter into unsubstantiated speculation however much it is the norm on here.
So you attempt to appear superior in your other posts but really you didnt have an answer and now you are trying to weasel out of it.

Nothing unusual on here for some.
//And presumably that co-operation will only be forthcoming of there is £20k of taxpayers' dosh on offer//
If I was a PI, it could be enough to make me ask my sources to have a sniff about see what they can come up with
Then you would need a shovel to dig your sources up.

20K is not worth risking your life and to potentially die in an unpleasant fashion- for anyone.
my sources are the best there is, it’s how I earn my living

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