January 04, 2012

Women to face trial for assault

TWO women who have denied a religiously-motivated assault on a Kurdish woman at a city centre takeaway will face trial later this year.

Hayley Wells, aged 27, and Kelly Watterson, aged 29, both appeared at Plymouth Crown Court on the joint charge of religiously aggravated common assault on Sawda Kurdo at the Istanbul Kebab shop in Exeter Street on August 31 last year.

Wells of Shell Close, Leigham and Watterson, of St Peter's Road, Manadon, pleaded not guilty to the joint charge.

Both also pleaded not guilty to the joint charge of affray in connection with the same incident.

Wells and Watterson were released on conditional bail to appear for trial at Plymouth Crown Court on June 27.

They must not go within 100 metres of the takeaway.

This is Plymouth


paula said...

Violent neo-Nazi EDL scum!

Throw away the key!

Goldie Horn said...

Two months without my Searchlight.

Could someone please explain as I getting nothing in the way of answers.

Anonymous said...

And it takes nearly 12 months to them them to court? Justice delayed is justice denied.

Old Sai;or

Wolfie said...

You might want to have a look at this


more reasons to..... errr..... not be anywhere near the vile right

Anonymous said...


Thanks for that Wolfie. Assuming the whole thing isn't a hoax then they come across as incredibly politically illiterate and haven't got a fucking clue. It all seems based upon a general hatred of immigrants. Their politics seem incredibly superfical and they will all drop out in a few months/years. My favourite answer was here:

What's the best thing about living in Britain today?
I hate Britain, and I want to move to Spain in the next couple of years, 'cause our country’s not England any more. It’s very rare for English people to live here any more. When I went to Lanzarote, I felt more English there than I do here, and that’s no exaggeration.