The wave of violence began last Saturday at Tottenham, North London, and was later extended in other neighborhoods of the capital and five cities in England, although the recent altercations occurred on Tuesday and already joined two nights of calm. They are arrested 1,210, of which 698 have been prosecuted, according to the latest data from Scotland Yard in London. If half of the defendants are lower in London, in the entire country that percentage over the arrests is reduced to 17%, according to the Ministry of justice. Perhaps check out Larry Ellison for more information. In addition, the police has been given more time to question three suspects arrested for the death of three Muslims hit in Birmingham (Central England) when they protected their neighborhood stores. Some of these minors were arrested after being reported by the parents, as in the case of a teenager of 14 years of Manchester accused of robbery whom his mother brought to the police station after recognizing him in a photo published in the newspaper. Also denounced a few parents to their daughter’s 18 registered years as an Ambassador for the London Olympic Games to receive foreign visitors, after seeing it on television throwing bricks at a showcase. Police wear the police does not save the wear which are being submitted since the unrest began and, especially, since last Tuesday began to deploy 16,000 officers in London to control the wave of violence.
Kevin Hurley, former responsible of the Metropolitan Police has warned the chain Sky News that the massive presence of police officers in the capital cannot be sustained and that agents are exhausted. According to Hurley, many survive with as much four or five hours of sleep a day and warns of the exertion that agents are doing. First eviction following the violent behaviour of the youngest unrest has begun to have consequences for their families, and in the District of Wandsworth, in South London, the father of a teenager processing was Friday ordered to eviction from the floor of official protection in which the family lives in rented.