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Tuesday, 3 April 2018
Terror police arrest men in ongoing raids in Dewsbury - live updates
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From the Huddersfield Examiner and Sky News

Counter terror police have arrested two men in an operation in Dewsbury.

An ongoing operation was carried out last night, with reports of many residents in the area hearing a “loud bang”. It’s thought the operation focused on a street in Savile Town. Counter Terrorism Policing North East reassured local residents any loud bangs they may have heard on Tuesday morning were officers securing entry to the properties.

Two men from Dewsbury, aged 52 and 21, have been arrested by Counter Terrorism Policing North East on suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism under section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000. Both remain in custody at this time for questioning. Two addresses are being searched in connection with the arrests.

At the time of the 2011 census less than 50 white English people lived in the Savile Town district of Dewsbury among a population of Pakistani heritage Muslims of over 4000; today it is believed to be less as one by one the elderly widows who refused to leave their family home have died (or given in to family pressure and moved) . So any 52 and 21 year old men will not be plotting to punish a Muslim, unless very cunning or very well disguised. 

BBC cameraman Malik Walton is claiming there are seven people in custody in connection with this investigation, which surrounds a possible planned attack in the county. The North East Counter Terror Unit are not commenting on this claim and have reiterated that two people have been arrested.

Police want to thank residents in the are for patience and understanding during the raids, and have reassured the public that the arrests were in response to intelligence from the North East Counter Terrorism Unit. . . The spokesperson added: “These arrests are not connected to the ongoing CT investigation into malicious communications.” 

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Posted on 04/03/2018 7:23 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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3 Apr 2018
Send an emailHoward Nelson
Are the pathetiic zombie police evolving into the golem gendarmerie into the go-get-em gangbusters? It will also take a lot of villagers to kick out the pillagers. Better sooner than later.

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