WHO IS IT that still believes this shite??
GOOD GOD GET A GRIP. SCORES OF PEOPLE DEBUNKED IT WITHIN HOURS
Young woman, Mother of 2 very young kids, havin already been shot once & then stabbed 13 times & we are meant to believe her last words were
‘Get away, let him hurt me not you’
- “Tell my babies i love them?”
- “p[ease stop hurting me?”
- “I’m dying?”
- “Tell my husband to stay strong & take of our babies?”
- Not even “BREMAIN OR DEATH?”
‘Get away, let him hurt me not you’
I have said before SHE SHOULD BE MADE A DAMN SAINT!
* O R *
They are rippin the utter piss out off us
It’s definitely 1 of the 2..
“Former Coronation Street actress Tracy Brabin was elected Mrs Cox’s successor with an overwhelming 86 per cent of the vote at a by-election earlier this month. ” Why am i not surprised?! Oh goodie, an mp that’s really an actress.. Spose, She’ll fit in wi all the others that are ACTING mp’s
I’m not gonna go too in depth wi this, as its blatantly obvious & i just cannot be arsed!
These are the pics i found online.. The 1st 4 are so blurred they could be anyone, Shit that could even be me & i’m female!
The next 4 are all meant to be the same bloke…. Aye, okay then, WOT THE FUK EVER
do i really need 2 say anythin about photoshop? JUST LOOK AT THEM!!
what is the black shite around his ears?
More MSM BOLLOX below
14 November 2016 at 3:04pm
Jurors have been shown CCTV footage of the man accused of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox on the day she was shot and stabbed to death in a street attack.
The grainy footage shows a silver Vauxhall Astra which Mrs Cox was in driving up Market Street in Birstall, West Yorkshire shortly before the attack on June 16.
The same camera also spotted the accused, Thomas Mair, on the street around the time of the attack.
Footage showing Mair, 53, walking along Lowood Lane, where he lived, on the morning of the attack was also shown at the Old Bailey.
Mrs Cox’s family wept as colleagues who were with her described how she was shot and stabbed to death in the street.
One told jurors that the MP for Batley and Spen told her assistants “let him hurt me not you”, as she lay dying.
Earlier a police officer said the accused man, Thomas Mair, held out his hands when he was arrested, and said “it’s me”.
The man accused of murdering MP Jox Cox was “going berserk with a knife”, a court has heard.
Bernard Carter-Kenny, 77, was waiting for his wife outside the Birstall library in West Yorkshire when he tried to launch himself at the knifeman in an attempt to save Mrs Cox.
In a statement read to the court, he said: “I ran across. He had his back to me. I thought if I could jump on to the back I could take him down.
“I saw he had a knife in his hands. Just as I got short of him he turned around and saw me. He shoved the knife in and it hit me in the stomach.
“I staggered right back across the road. I didn’t turn my back on him in case he came after me. I just flopped on to the steps of the sandwich shop.”
He added: “I could still see what was going on. This man was going berserk with a knife.”
The statement was taken from Mr Carter-Kenny as he was recovering at Leeds General Infirmary.
Thomas Mair, 53, denies Mrs Cox’s murder.
The MP Jo Cox told her assistants to “let him hurt me” as she tried to protect her staff while she lay dying in the street after she was shot and stabbed, a court has heard.
Speaking at her murder trial, Ms Major told jurors: “He was making motions towards us with the knife and Jo was lying in the road and she shouted out ‘get away, get away you two. Let him hurt me. Don’t let them hurt you’.
“He started to walk away a little bit and when Jo shouted out then he came back. He shot her twice more and then started stabbing her again. She was on the floor. She didn’t get up again. He was still shouting and shouting.”
Thomas Mair, 53, denies murder.
The man accused of murdering MP Jo Cox “raised his arm” and “shot her in the head”, a court has heard.
Sandra Major, Mrs Cox’s senior caseworker, assistant to Mrs Cox, told the Old Bailey she witnessed blood “pouring down her face” after the shooting in Birstall, West Yorkshire in June.
Mrs Major also told the court that the attacker repeatedly stabbed the MP for Batley and Spen as she lay on the ground, before she “rolled into the road”.
She said: “He had a gun in his hand. He raised his arm and shot her in the head. It was in the area of her temple.
“She fell backwards into the ground and there was blood pouring down her face.”
Asked by prosecutor Richard Whittam QC whether the attacker had said anything, she added: “It was something along the lines of ‘keep Britain independent’ or ‘British independence’.
Thomas Mair, 53, denies murder.
The former assistant to Jo Cox has recalled the moment the MP was shot and stabbed to death in her West Yorkshire constituency.
Giving evidence at her murder trial, Fazila Aswat said she had tried to encourage Mrs Cox to think of her two children as she lay injured in her arms.
Describing the moment she pulled up in a silver Vauxhall Astra with Mrs Cox and another colleague outside the library in Birstall, West Yorkshire, she said: “I got out of the car. I was still on the roadside. Jo walked over to the side of the pavement and my colleague walked a few steps closer up. In that instant our lives changed forever.
“The next thing I saw was Jo on the floor and there is a man stood over her with a knife and I think that’s when I knew it was completely wrong. At that time – panic. I started to shout ‘somebody help, help’.
“There was a gun, there was a knife and she was on the floor. I can remember the movement, it was really fast so I can’t say which part of the body was targeted.”
Mrs Aswat said that she had told the MP to run away between attacks but Mrs Cox replied: “Fazila, I can’t run, I’m hurt.”
Thomas Mair, 53, denies her murder.
The trial of a man accused of murdering the MP Jo Cox in the days leading up the EU referendum by has been halted by action being carried out by prison officers.
Judge Mr Justice Wilkie said the officers’ nationwide action means that defendant Thomas Mair, 53, cannot be brought to court from the prison where he is currently residing.
It meant the Old Bailey trial would have to be adjourned for the day, the judge told members of the jury.
Gardner Mr Mair denies Mrs Cox’s murder, possession of a firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence and possession of an offensive weapon – a dagger.
His trial is set to resume at 10.30am tomorrow.
3:37 am, Tue 15 Nov 2016
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