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Without a conviction or confession, they should be ignored.
Three teenagers have been charged in connection with a video that went viral this weekend showing a Brampton high school student being assaulted and robbed by two other girls.
The video, titled “Young Indian girl gets bullied by wannabe thugs from Brampton” was posted to LiveLeak.com and then cross posted to Reddit and YouTube on Sunday. The video was then shared thousands of times on social media.
Sunday evening the video was taken down from YouTube.
In the video a young girl is being both physically and verbally bullied by two other girls. The voice of a male can also be heard in the background. The young girl is then robbed of her cellphone.
On Monday, police said that the incident occurred on Oct. 24 and that an investigation led to the arrest of three minors on Oct. 29. Two 17-year-old girls and a 17-year-old boy were each charged with robbery. Their identities cannot be revealed due to the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
“Initially the victim went to the school, the school advised police and the investigation was initiated at that point,” Const. Lilly Fitzpatrick explained. “The matter has been dealt with and the victim in his incident is fine.”
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Islamic extremist groups are using immigrant gangs to implement Sharia law in certain housing areas in Denmark, where particularly young people are being forced to behave in a certain way and women are being pressured to wear certain clothing.
According to the integration adviser Mohammad Rafiq, the head of the International Institute of Human Rights, there are at least seven areas in Denmark where immigrant gangs are intimidating people to conform to Sharia law.
“We see in several areas that the fundamentalists are being supported by the gangs,” Rafiq told Ekstra Bladet tabloid.
“People are more afraid of the extremists when they are backed up by the gang members, such as in the Tingbjerg district. The result is that people are too afraid to stand up to the extremists because they know they’ll be beaten up by hardened criminals.”
A dangerous cocktail
Rafiq’s evaluations are supported by national investigation centre Rigspolitiets Nationale Efterforskningscenter (NEC), the organisation responsible for keeping tabs on gang activity in Denmark.
“We have intelligence that indicates some gang members are beginning to show signs of religious radicalisation – a dangerous cocktail that we are aware of in co-operation with PET,” Michael Ask, the detective chief superintendent at NEC, told Ekstra Bladet.
The NEC couldn’t say anything about how widespread or organised the connections between gang members and the radical environment are, but underlined that it did occur, highlighting the demonstration against Israel in Copenhagen this summer when gang members were present.