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JACOB REES-MOGG launched a passionate defence of Hither Green pensioner Richard Osborn-Brooks while claiming there is a “strong feeling” in the UK that a householder has a “right to defend their home”.
A 78 year old man who stabbed a burglar in self defence has been arrested for murder. The two burglars where armed and a struggle ensued where the intruder was stabbed.
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South Park Crescent in Hither Green has become a floral battleground after a shrine made by the family of a deceased burglar was torn down by members of the public. On 4th April, two burglars entered a property on South Park Crescent in Hither Green, South London. The owner of the home, 78-year-old Richard Osborn-Brooks found them inside and allegedly stabbed one of them to death after being threatened with a screwdriver. The burglars are suspected to be Henry Vincent and Billy Jeeves; two career criminals who break into homes and rob possessions on a regular basis. 38-year-old Henry Vincent had left the property and collapsed nearby where he was found by paramedics with a stab injury to his upper body; he was taken to hospital but died soon after 3.30am. Police are still searching for Billy Jeeves, who is also suspected to be involved in the break-in although his van was found totally destroyed and burnt in Orpington. The home owner Richard Osborn-Brooks was initially arrested on suspicion of murder, but released with no further action. This has opened up national discussion about whether or not it is right to kill a burglar, and which amount of force is justifiable in self defence. However, the story goes much wider; the family of the deceased burglar have been tying flowers and balloons to the fence opposite the house involved as a shine for him. With handwritten messages to him, the friends and family of Henry Victor argue that the fence is the right place to put tributes for the man that they have lost - a husband and father. On the other hand, friends, family and neighbours of pensioner Richard Osborn-Brooks say that this is disrespectful and that he may not feel safe to return to his home. They feel like the group of travellers who placed the flowers are just trying to antagonise the community and shouldn't be placing the tributes on a privately owned fence.
The Deputy Chief of the Metropolitan Police has admitted that anyone removing the shrine to the Hither Green burglar could be arrested. The family of Henry Vincent, who died on 4 April, have been laying flowers and messages outside the home of Richard Osborn-Brooks, who was cleared over the career criminal's death. Vigilantes have removed the shrine four times, but each time, the family put it back up again. Craig Mackey admitted having to police the shrine is not a good use of resources, especially when one of the perpetrators of the burglary has still not been caught. And when Nick asked if he could be arrested if he removed the flowers, Mr Mackey said: "If depends on the circumstances in which you do it and how you do it. "What we're saying to people is to take the sting out of this, focus on the issue." Nick asked again: "So I could be?" Mr Mackey insisted: "If you do things where you cause a breach of the peace, disorder in that area, then like anyone, you could end up getting arrested. "We don't want anyone getting there. It's in everyone's interest - and particularly the local community - that we bring their community back to whatever normal is as quickly as possible. "There is someone still outstanding on this offence, let's deal with that person."
Quick video, done fast so not as in depth as i could have been. Forgot to comment on the flowers left in tribute to the burglar at the defendant's house. Dick move, mourn elsewhere.