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Mugged diplomat George Fergusson loses sight in eye

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    Nasty. Usually it's the general public who suffer the effects of casual immigration policies, not members of the elites who facilitate it.

    Bermuda's new Governor George Fergusson had surgery on his left eye yesterday after being attacked in Hammersmith Cemetery, west London, but his sight could not be saved.

    The 56-year-old received other facial injuries in the attack on Friday night but managed to walk to a nearby hospital. A small quantity of cash was stolen. Police tonight arrested a 29-year-old man on suspicion of robbery...

    "The 56-year-old man was assaulted and robbed at around 7.30pm on Friday, April 20, while walking in Margravine Cemetery and Park, also known as Hammersmith Cemetery.

    "The victim made his own way to hospital."

    The spokesman added: "A small quantity of cash was taken and, at this early stage, officers are satisfied that robbery was the only motive.

    "Officers from Hammersmith and Fulham Priority Crime Unit are investigating the incident.

    "The suspect is described as a black male, believed to be aged between 25 and 35, and around 5ft 10in in height. He was wearing a dark hooded top and dark glasses."
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...ht-in-eye.html
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    (Original post by Chi019)
    Nasty. Usually it's the general public who suffer the effects of casual immigration policies, not members of the elites who facilitate it.



    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...ht-in-eye.html
    You have no evidence to suggest the suspected assailant wasn't born in this country.

    Wow, his optimism and resilience in the face of so many unfortunate events is very admirable:

    The TelegraphHis mother Laura, 59, was killed in 1979 when gale-force winds blew a tree onto her car while the following year his father died from a stroke aged 69.

    Mr Fergusson's 20 year-old son Alexander was killed in 2005 after he was hit by a taxi while pushing his bicycle across a bus lane in Piccadilly, central London.

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