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messageStabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Tastyt1982 21 October, 2019 22:22

I walked through and noticed some police tape and flowers with a picture of a young man and some candles. One of the residents said he was stabbed last night and died. It very tragic. Haven't seen anything on the news or the internet about it.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Sue 21 October, 2019 22:48

That's very sad.

Thinking of his family and friends.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by imasnookercue 22 October, 2019 08:17

This post is by someone who has previously been banned - posting joke comments on threads about stabbings is out of order and insulting. Needless to say they've been banned again and all details noted should they be requested. Admin

Havent heard anything about it.

Yesterday on the way home as the bus was driving past Peckham Rye Park, i noticed the air ambulance had landed and loads of blue flashing lights on the Nunhead side of the park. I thought to myself thats either a car crash or another stabbing, and i wished the injured well as the air ambulance flew over my house.

Wake up this morning to read that 3 young people have been stabbed in the incident. What is wrong with these kids? Hopefully the air ambulance wasnt diverted from an actual accident where a decent hard working person needed help, whilst these kids played lets pretend to be a gangster and stab each other on our front doorstep.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Angelina 22 October, 2019 08:31

So sad. The mayor's keeping pretty damn quiet. Has he given up on knife crime? Our children are dying. Well it's not just children either, is it.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Penguin68 22 October, 2019 09:10

Hopefully the air ambulance wasnt diverted from an actual accident where a decent hard working person needed help, whilst these kids played lets pretend to be a gangster and stab each other on our front doorstep.

Unless you know a great deal more about this incident than you are revealing, the culpability of the victims of these knife crimes towards their own injuries is mere conjecture on your part. As would be the level of personal responsibility for anyone involved in an accident and needing the air ambulance. As would be the 'merit' - in terms of being hard working, of these victims. The existence of county lines exploiting children suggests that children are not 'playing' at being gangsters but are (sometimes) deeply involved, not necessarily voluntarily, in 'gang' criminality.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by imasnookercue 22 October, 2019 09:19

im aware i jumped the gun a bit with that comment, but i would be pretty confident that these people (two 18 years olds and a 23 year old) stabbed in broad daylight in Peckham are not likely to be innocent bystanders, rather already hardened criminals with nothing decent to offer society other than a foul attitude and misery, which is why they hang around in the circles they do that has led to this incident.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by pk 22 October, 2019 09:19

Penguin68 Wrote:
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> Hopefully the air ambulance wasnt diverted from an
> actual accident where a decent hard working person
> needed help, whilst these kids played lets pretend
> to be a gangster and stab each other on our front
> doorstep.
>
> Unless you know a great deal more about this
> incident than you are revealing, the culpability
> of the victims of these knife crimes towards their
> own injuries is mere conjecture on your part. As
> would be the level of personal responsibility for
> anyone involved in an accident and needing the air
> ambulance. As would be the 'merit' - in terms of
> being hard working, of these victims. The
> existence of county lines exploiting children
> suggests that children are not 'playing' at being
> gangsters but are (sometimes) deeply involved, not
> necessarily voluntarily, in 'gang' criminality.

I think that he’s intending to be stupidly provocative and prejudiced

Which makes him an idiot in my book

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Chick 22 October, 2019 09:51

He's just a troll.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by cella 22 October, 2019 09:52

imasnookercue Wrote:
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> im aware i jumped the gun a bit with that comment,
> but i would be pretty confident that these people
> (two 18 years olds and a 23 year old) stabbed in
> broad daylight in Peckham are not likely to be
> innocent bystanders, rather already hardened
> criminals with nothing decent to offer society
> other than a foul attitude and misery, which is
> why they hang around in the circles they do that
> has led to this incident.

I said previously that you are generally either trolling or intolerant. Definitely the latter now. You can't possibly know any of the facts in this case.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by pk 22 October, 2019 10:02

Chick Wrote:
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> He's just a troll.


I’m not sure that making light of young people being stabbed is ever ‘just’ trolling

Anyone that makes those comments seriously or who makes them as a bit of fun is an idiot to me and should be called out as such

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by JohnL 22 October, 2019 10:10

imasnookercue Wrote:
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> im aware i jumped the gun a bit with that comment,
> but i would be pretty confident that these people
> (two 18 years olds and a 23 year old) stabbed in
> broad daylight in Peckham are not likely to be
> innocent bystanders, rather already hardened
> criminals with nothing decent to offer society
> other than a foul attitude and misery, which is
> why they hang around in the circles they do that
> has led to this incident.

deleted as is silly responding to this.



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit was 2019:10:22:11:19:52 by JohnL.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by JohnL 22 October, 2019 10:12

Here's the Evening Standard report sad smiley

[www.standard.co.uk]

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by colin d. 22 October, 2019 10:32

Hi. I am Colin the handyman. The 2 victim's stabbed in banfield road are my cousin's son's. Please do not slag them off on a public forum.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by sidebirds 22 October, 2019 10:47

Chick Wrote:
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> He's just a troll.


out of order to assume this person's gender. more out of order to criticise unknown stabbings victims on here.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by binkylilyput 22 October, 2019 10:52

imasnookercue your comments are sick
Seriously, do one

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Chick 22 October, 2019 10:54

sidebirds Wrote:
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> Chick Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > He's just a troll.
>
>
> out of order to assume this person's gender. more
> out of order to criticise unknown stabbings
> victims on here.

Good grief.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Bic Basher 22 October, 2019 11:10

Nothing about the alleged stabbing of a resident of Campbell Court, but the Peckham Rye stabbing was on LBC this morning.

Worth noting that I saw the memorial to a chap named 'Theo' yesterday afternoon, but by the time I went past at 5pm, it had been desecrated.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by sidebirds 22 October, 2019 12:28

Insulting in so many ways to assume the author is male. School playground level.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Administrator 22 October, 2019 12:35

Please don't feed the troll

As posted above:
This post is by someone who has previously been banned - posting joke comments on threads about stabbings is out of order and insulting. Needless to say they've been banned again and all details noted should they be requested. Admin

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messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Chick 22 October, 2019 13:08

sidebirds Wrote:
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> Insulting in so many ways to assume the author is
> male. School playground level.


Jeez, touchy or what. Who cares about the gender, it's what was said that matters.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by colin d. 22 October, 2019 13:30

Thanks Admin.The two guys are in hospital. That comment made me feel sick. Colin

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by Tastyt1982 22 October, 2019 13:30

That's what I saw. I do wonder what happened. What happened in Peckham rye is very sad.

messageRe: Stabbing on the lordship lane estate?
Posted by tash b 22 October, 2019 23:07

Even starting a thread over these incidents winds me up never mind some of the comments when I see them, there all someone’s sons 😡


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