UK: Joanne Rand acid death

UK: Joanne Rand acid death. By the BBC.

A man has been jailed for 17 years for the manslaughter of a woman who died 11 days after being splashed with acid.

Xeneral Webster, 19, was arguing with another man in High Wycombe when he took out a bottle of acid which splashed Joanne Rand head-to-toe. …

Xeneral Webster was aware of the dangers of acid, having earlier been a victim of an acid attack himself

After the corrosive liquid hit Ms Rand she screamed in pain and ran to a nearby restaurant to douse herself with water. The mother-of-three was treated in hospital and discharged but died on 14 June last year from multi-organ failure after contracting septicaemia. …

Det Ch Insp Nick Glister, from Thames Valley Police, described Ms Rand as a “completely innocent party who was in the wrong place at the wrong time”.

How diverse! Fancy that. The things that can happen to you in Britain nowadays. It’s like a new country!

Here’s what the BBC article doesn’t mention:

The Acid Attacks of London’s Muslim No-Go Zones, by Daniel Greenfield.

Newham is the London borough with the highest number of acid attacks. It also has the second highest percentage of Muslims in the UK. …

The second highest acid attack location in London was Barking and Dagenham, a growing Muslim enclave …

The place with the third highest number of acid attacks is Tower Hamlets. Tower Hamlets is a Muslim no-go zone. It has one of the smallest native British populations in the country. 35% of the population is Muslim …

Pakistan has one of the highest rate of acid attacks in the world. It lags behind Bangladesh. …

Banning guns, knives, drain cleaner, plungers and ostrich feathers won’t address the problem. The fallacy of gun control, knife control and acid control is that inanimate objects don’t kill people. …

Immigration imported acid attacks to the UK the way that it imported gangs of Muslim men stabbing waitresses in eateries while shouting, “This is for Allah”.

Allah and acid are both imports from the Muslim world.

And:

Acid attacks, common in parts of Asia, the Middle East and Africa, have found their way to the streets of London. What possibly could be the reason for this? Who is committing these horror crimes? I thought multiculturalism was a utopia.

Who is responsible? What policies would make the problem worse?