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PRINCE WILLIAM 'BACKS INQUIRY INTO RIOT DEATHS' George Kiani The parents of these Pakistani males should be given bravery medals. They took the initiative to protect Birmingham businesses and risked their own lives. Firstly they deserve justice, secondly they should be awarded bravery medals.
Geeta Jakhu To the stupid ignorant person who made the comment about the lads being freeloaders and should have been in their own country: You're such a dumbass to make such a remark. One of the boys worked seven days a week, all weather, always had a smile on his face. Was one of the nicest guys I had ever met. He paid his taxes, he wasn't a freeloader. Get your facts right before posting comments that make you look stupid.
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