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Harlesden stabbing: Man knifed to death outside barber's after fortnight of bloodshed on London's streets

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A man has been stabbed to death outside a barber’s in north London, becoming the eighth person to die from knife crime on the capital's streets in just two weeks.

Paramedics tried to save the man, believed to be aged in his 30s, but he was pronounced dead at the scene near Central Middlesex Hospital at 3.20pm on Friday.

 

Dunno if related

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all im saying is when u have a yewt...and that yewt hangs around the wrong crowd...and u go on like its just harmless fun....then find out your kid been murdered...probably same thing some of these pa

When you press the jump button while sprinting on GTA

You said 2 parents isn't better than one I thought it must have been a typo tbh ANYWAY What you toms fail to understand (not you grace) Is that there is no such thing as black on b

2 minutes ago, Realone2016 said:

Underlying issue is the dysfunctional families they're coming from, dad is absent mum either can't control them or simply don't care what they spend there time doing.

Basically 

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5 hours ago, Realone2016 said:

Underlying issue is the dysfunctional families they're coming from, dad is absent mum either can't control them or simply don't care what they spend there time doing.

Interesting take. 

Which could link into the mental health issues that tend not to be spoken about in the black community. 

If somebody comes from a dysfunctional family and is sound of mind after they deserve a prize tbh.

If people are in a single parent family and Mum is working two jobs say, what time in all honesty does she have to make sure the kid is keeping it straight and narrow. 

 

On the other hand unemployment has an effect on people and how they feel generally which then can lead to them not being able to care. 

 

In theory these types of things create "ghetto's" and these are the places where these types of crimes take place more often. 

 

The issues here are quite complex imo and nobody has the answers. One thing i am sure of though is the answers are within the community and when people start working together i think we will get to a much better place. 

 

As for the future. The next issue is the lack of resilience that is "taught" to kids now. 

However maybe that was always an issue and now Its just more obvious to me due to my profession.

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1 hour ago, Kompressor said:

Interesting take. 

Which could link into the mental health issues that tend not to be spoken about in the black community. 

If somebody comes from a dysfunctional family and is sound of mind after they deserve a prize tbh.

If people are in a single parent family and Mum is working two jobs say, what time in all honesty does she have to make sure the kid is keeping it straight and narrow. 

 

On the other hand unemployment has an effect on people and how they feel generally which then can lead to them not being able to care. 

 

In theory these types of things create "ghetto's" and these are the places where these types of crimes take place more often. 

 

The issues here are quite complex imo and nobody has the answers. One thing i am sure of though is the answers are within the community and when people start working together i think we will get to a much better place. 

 

As for the future. The next issue is the lack of resilience that is "taught" to kids now. 

However maybe that was always an issue and now Its just more obvious to me due to my profession.

Boi there's so many factors to this epidemic, economics is another avenue to explore. There's an argument that the problem is lack of economical power black males have. Subconsciously a lot are wanting to gain this power and fear from putting in 'work' on road to compensate for it. 

 

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Number of different things rolled up into one tbh

Obviously each case has its individual merits so it's hard to just bunch all this shit up under one umbrella but yeah

Shit parenting or single mum not having enough time to engage due to work, this means in effect outside influences are actually raising the child 

Fathers absent or not active in the child's formative teenage years

The feeling some of these boys have that society as a whole doesnt give a shit about them which leads them to project the same energy back out into the world

Economics

Peer pressure

 

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Rapper and record label boss Crispin Siddon, 35, was fatally wounded when an argument which broke out inside the salon in Harlesden, north-west London, spilled onto the street.

He staggered along Craven Park Road towards Central Middlesex Hospital but collapsed before reaching A&E. He was found by passers-by and pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics on Friday afternoon.

Mr Siddon, who lived in Finsbury Park, died a day after celebrating his wedding anniversary with his wife, who was today said by relatives to be “distraught”.

He was described as “charming young man” who doted on his two sons, aged four and seven.

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Crispin Siddon, 35, aka Skeng, was stabbed to death in Harlesden on Friday

His mum Maxine, 53, told the Standard: “He had a big heart. He liked to see others do well. He was no angel but he was a lovely young man who would do anything for anyone.”

At her home in Brockley, she added: “He cherished his two sisters and his two boys. His boys were his life, and now someone has just taken that life away.”

Mr Siddon made music under the name Skeng and co-ran label GB Records with fellow rapper Corleone.

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Karolina Chwiluk, 20, died from knife wounds in Mile End at 11pm on Thursday (Facebook)

In a tribute posted on Instagram following his death, the label wrote: “May the GB boss rest in perfect peace and his music and legacy live on forever”.

Staff at Cutz barber shop were said to have told Mr Siddon and another man to leave after violence broke out at about 2pm.

Ace Ruele, 29, an actor who has appeared in Eastenders and the film Brotherhood, said: “When I arrived for a haircut there was a lot police coming through and they were trying to close the barber shop because it was a crime scene.

“Staff said a fight broke out and then somebody got stabbed. They were told there was cameras about and they went outside.”

Mr Siddon’s killing came just hours after Karolina Chwiluk, 20, died from knife wounds in Mile End at 11pm on Thursday. The Polish national was a student at BSix sixth-form college in Hackney until last year.

A third murder investigation was launched at 1am on Saturday when a 23-year-old man from Hayes was killed in Waterloo Road, Uxbridge, at 1am on Saturday.

He was taken by LAS to a west London hospital where he died a short while later, the tenth fatal stabbing victim in two weeks of bloodshed on the capital’s streets.

The violence came ahead of hundreds of protestors taking to London’s streets for a peace rally on Sunday.

 

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12 hours ago, Trap God said:

Number of different things rolled up into one tbh

Obviously each case has its individual merits so it's hard to just bunch all this shit up under one umbrella but yeah

Shit parenting or single mum not having enough time to engage due to work, this means in effect outside influences are actually raising the child 

Fathers absent or not active in the child's formative teenage years

The feeling some of these boys have that society as a whole doesnt give a shit about them which leads them to project the same energy back out into the world

Economics

Peer pressure

 

this is a major reason IMO.

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