London Bloodbath: Another Man Stabbed In Capital, Knife Attacks Rise To 1,297
At least 46 people have been fatally stabbed in London this year
Police in London have launched yet another murder investigation after a 20-year-old man was stabbed to death in England's capital, making the total number of stabbings reach 1,297 this year alone.
Police have launched a probe after the victim was pronounced dead in the Edmonton area of north London this afternoon, it will be 81st such probe undertaken in the capital so far this year.
At least 46 people have been fatally stabbed in London since the beginning of the year, making it worse than New York for homicides.
Now there are calls for London Mayor Sadiq Kahn to resign.
Just this earlier this a month another man was stabbed outside a supermarket in North Kensington, London.
The Express reports: Emergency services were called to Cavendish Road shortly after 6.30pm following reports of a fight between men armed with baseball bats.
After police arrived on the scene, the 20-year-old victim was discovered with stab wounds.
Paramedics fought to save his life but he was pronounced dead at 7.20pm.
@SadiqKhan @MayorofLondon in any other job, if someone was as incompetent as you and failed to deal with the glaringly obvious issues.— Rob 'MDK' Hayward (@robMDK) June 12, 2018
They’d be sacked.
YOU NEED TO RESIGN, YOU ALONE ARE A DANGER TO ALL LONDONERS AND IT’S VISITORS.
A police cordon is in place on Cavendish Road and officers have also sealed off crime scenes at Brettenham Road and Cameron Close.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "At this early stage officer retain an open mind as to motive."
Inquiries are underway to identify and locate the victim’s next of kin, the spokesman said.
Today’s fatal stabbing is the second attack to be reported in the Enfield area in a little over 24 hours.
Emergency services responded to reports of an injured man in Bounces Road, Enfield at 1 pm.
The 25-year-old victim was stabbed outside a kebab shop on a busy street, police said.