Somali Migrant Stabs 7-Year-Old British Girl to Death as She Plays in the Park
Innocent child publicly butchered while playing on her scooter during day out with dad
A 7-year-old British girl has been stabbed to death by a Somali migrant while she was playing on her scooter in the park during a day out with her dad, a coroner's court heard this week.
The innocent child victim, Emily Jones, was publicly butchered by a woman from Somalia on Mother’s Day, Sunday, March 22, during a sudden and unprovoked attack.
Emily was riding her scooter in Queen’s Park, Heaton while on an outing with her father.
She was senselessly and viciously attacked by a 30-year-old Somali woman, English regional newspaper Bolton News reports.
Emily passed away about an hour later after she was rushed to the hospital, despite emergency services’ best attempts to save her life.
The Somali killer was not previously known to Emily or her parents.
Following the horrific attack, the Somali suspect was arrested at the scene of the crime on suspicion of murder.
The 30-year-old woman is now being held at a high-security detention center under the Mental Health Act.
The Somali nationality of alledged murderer was never mentioned by the UK’s mainstream press, however.
Let us not forget that evil is allowed and encouraged to walk and murder amongst us.— Janice Atkinson #StayHomeSaveLives (@Janice4Brexit) April 4, 2020
MSM reported her murder but not the perpetrator. Somali migrant.
RIP little one x https://t.co/5zLDY189Ev
Mark Jones and Sarah Barnes, during a tribute to their daughter, said: "Emily was 7-years-old, our only child and the light of our lives.
"She was always full of joy, love, and laughter.
"Emily had such a cheeky smile and was beautiful inside and out.
"She had a heart as big as her smile.
"It is truly heartbreaking to wake up to a world without Emily in it and we cannot comprehend why this has happened.
"We are beyond devastated that this random act of violence means that we will never get to see our beautiful little girl grow up into the wonderful young lady she was showing such promise of becoming."
During an inquest into the seven-year-old girl’s death at Bolton Coroner’s Court, Alan Walsh, the acting senior coroner, described Emily’s death as “one of the most tragic” cases he’s seen throughout his entire career.
"I have been truly touched by the photographs of Emily that have been sent to me," Walsh said.
"I send my heartfelt condolences to Emily’s family and friends, but particularly to her parents, who were present in the park and her father, who was nearby.
"In my 20 years as a coroner this is one of the most tragic deaths that I have dealt with and the loss of a beautiful, innocent, lively, intelligent and lovely seven-year-old in these circumstances is an unimaginable tragedy.
"I appreciate that Emily’s parents are beyond devastated and my sincere thoughts are with them at this enormously sad time," Walsh added.