Oxford Street Attack

December 28, 2011 by staff 

Oxford Street AttackOxford Street Attack, The father of a boy killed in 2008 has said he was “not shocked” that a fatal attack took place during the Boxing Day sales in London’s Oxford Street.

The threat of jail was not deterring young people from carrying weapons, said Barry Mizen, whose son Jimmy died at a bakery in Lee, south-east London.

He said politicians from all parties must work together to focus on turning around the lives of young people.

Eleven people have been bailed over Monday’s attack on Seydou Diarrassouba.

The 18-year-old was stabbed to death after a fight began in the Foot Locker sports shop near Bond Street Tube station.

Scotland Yard said a 16-year-old, three people aged 17, five aged 19 and two who were 22 had all been bailed until mid-January.

Less than five hours after the killing, a 21-year-old was stabbed in the thigh at Oxford Circus, a short distance further along Oxford Street, but survived the attack.

Nobody has been arrested over the second stabbing and police have not said if the two cases are connected.

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