London now more dangerous than New York City

It’s no joke being in the English metropolitan capital these days, violent crime spirals out of control as London’s police dash through the streets sirens whooping

Police have named a teenager who was fatally stabbed in south London as 17-year-old Katrina Makunova. Officers were called to an address in Camberwell shortly after midday on Thursday 12 July to reports of a stabbing.

Paramedics also attended but despite their best efforts, Ms Makunova passed away just after 1pm.

Scotland Yard revealed a post-mortem examination on Saturday 14 July gave the teenager’s cause of death as a stab wound to the chest. A 21-year-old man, Oluwaseyi Dada, of Brisbane Street in south-east London, was charged with manslaughter on Friday 13 July.

The Metropolitan Police has launched more than 70 murder investigations since the start of 2018, including the deaths of two children whose bodies were found in Sussex. Here is a list of confirmed victims since January 1:

Kyall Parnell, 17. The teenager died from a single stab wound to the heart in Tulse Hill, south London. Mr Parnell was one of three people to be stabbed on New Year’s Eve, but the investigation into his death was officially launched by the Metropolitan Police the following day. January 1

Steve Frank Narvaez-Jara, 20. The victim became the first person to be murdered in the early hours of the morning on January 1, at a flat near Old Street station in north London.

January 3 Elizabeta Lacatusu, 44. The Romanian national was stabbed to death at an address in Norfolk Road, Ilford, in east London.

January 6 Vijaykumar Patel, 49. Mr Patel died after sustaining critical injuries outside a shop in Mill Hill, north London. Police believe an altercation may have started after three teenage boys were refused from buying cigarette papers, over concerns about their age.

January 8 Daniel Frederick, 34. The Hackney resident was stabbed close to where he lived in Shakespeare Walk, Stoke Newington. He later died in hospital.

January 9 Oluwadamilola Odeyingbo, 18. The teenager died in a south London hospital, hours after being stabbed in Empress Drive in Chislehurst.

January 11 Harry Uzoka, 25. The model was stabbed to death in Shepherd’s Bush, west London. The singer MNEK later tweeted to say he had met him several times and was “shocked” by his death.

January 24 Seyed Khan, 49. Mr Khan was found dead in Ilford Cemetery on February 1, after last being seen at his home in Thamesmead eight days earlier.

January 28 Yaya Mbye, 26. The victim was rushed to hospital after being found with stab wounds at the George Downing Estate in Stoke Newington, and died shortly afterwards.

January 29 Juan Olmos Saca, 39. Police attended the scene of an altercation at a residential address in Atwell Road, Peckham, where Mr Saca had been fatally stabbed. He eventually died from his injuries on February 4.

This is all highly unacceptable (to have a Government that permits an unsafe situation for it’s citizens)

January 31 Lily Mai Saint George, aged 11 weeks, died after police were called to reports of an unresponsive baby at an address in Haringey, north London. The infant was taken to hospital for treatment, but died two days later on February 2. A 20-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman were interviewed under caution, but no arrests have been made over her death.

Khader Saleh, 25. He was stabbed to death at Wormwood Scrubs prison in west London, where three other inmates have since been charged over his death. A fourth prisoner was questioned and released under investigation.

February 3 Kwabena Nelson, 22. The first of two murders on February 3, Kwabena Nelson, a youth worker from Tottenham, sustained multiple stab wounds in St Mary’s Close in Haringey.

need I continue?

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