Jan 30 2010
Clearly these hammer carrying MUSLIM gangs of thugs were looking for and maliciously prepared to wage street jihad – with their usual cowardly MO of greatly outnumbering any chosen victims.
What started out as a family celebration of New Year’s Eve in the Angel and Crown pub on Roman Road, Bethnal Green ended with four family members being attacked by a gang of muslim thugs. Two brothers, Thomas and David Barry, had their bodies pummelled and their faces smashed when they were set upon
by a gang of up to 30 “youths” armed with hammers. The brothers had gone outside the pub to go to the aid of Thomas’s son and his 16 yr. old girlfriend who the muslim gang had already attacked.
David and Thomas Barry were left smashed, bloody and laying unconscious in the road.
Police from the muslim ‘enriched’ Tower Hamlets “… said the suspects are all aged 16-18 and are Muslim. I suppose we should at least be thankful that the police didn’t trot out the usual statement of this attack being a “one off”. Clearly evidence grows daily as to the contrary.
But for the miracle of breakthrough maxillofacial surgery, David and his brother Thomas would have been disfigured for life. As it is David has suffered permanent nerve damage with no feelings in the right side of his face as well as impaired hand/eye coordination which is likely to have a deleterious affect on his resuming his career as a communications engineer.
Channel 4 is currently preparing a documentary on the Barry brothers’ surgery. What do you think are the chances Channel 4 will highlight escalating muslim gang violence as being responsible for the Barry’s horrific injuries?
Both brothers were hit with hammers by a gang of up to 30 youths during the attack near the Angel and Crown pub in Roman Road, Bethnal Green, knocking them both unconscious and leaving them needing expert surgery to rebuild their faces.
The injuries of younger brother David, 41, were so severe that half of his face was caved in with a broken cheekbone, broken jaw in six places, broken palate and broken teeth.Experts at the hospital in Whitechapel, led by consultant surgeon Simon Holmes, worked for four-and-a-half hours to rebuild the right side of his face, fixing titanium plates to his bone with 25 nuts and bolts.
David said: “The roof of my mouth was split in half so the right side of my face had dropped and my eyes weren’t level. Half of my teeth were in the normal place and the other half were about an inch lower. “They went in through the inside of my mouth and popped my eye out of its socket so they could fit the plates in my cheek; it’s amazing what they can do.
But David, a communications engineer who lives in Ilford, said the repercussions of the attack will stay with him for life and doctors do not yet know the extent of the permanent damage done.
“I’ve got no feeling in the right side of my face,” he explained. “The nerves were so badly damaged that I’m never going to get it back and I’ll have to live with it forever.
“My eyes are still slightly out of alignment and because of that my hand-eye coordination has gone out the window.
“I don’t know how that’d going to affect my ability to do my job yet; I work with very fine wires so hand-eye coordination is very important.”
Brother Thomas, 45, a French polisher who lives in Arbery Road, Bow with his wife Bridget and son Christopher, was hit once in the face and three times over the head with a hammer during the attack. H/T THE OPINIONATOR
A FEW OTHER OF THE MANY ATTACKS