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THE BUZZ: Justice was served this week when the London rioters who were caught on video stealing a Sony PSP and ten games from 20-year old student Ashraf Rossli, after his jaw had been broken and bicycle stolen, have been found guilty of various crimes. The video depicts Rossli sitting on the floor bleeding, when 22 year-old John Kafunda helps him up and walks him away from a crowd. Moments later, 24-year old Reece Donovan is seen rifling through Rossil’s backpack and being helped by Kafunda himself. The BBC reported that Ashraf Rossli said, “I knew they were stealing from me but I could do nothing.”

While the jury is still deliberating on if the crime constitutes as robbery, both Kafunda and Donovan have been found guilty of violent disorder. Meanwhile, 17 year-old Beau Isagba, the man who broke Rossli’s jaw and stole his bike, is being charged with GBH (Grievous Bodily Harm) and robbery.

EGM’s TAKE: When we saw this video we were appalled that we even shared the same gene pool as these disgusting individuals. Praying on the injured deserves a special place in prison, and we hope these criminals sit there for a long time.

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London Riots PSP Thieves Found Guilty

Justice was served this week when the London rioters who were caught on video stealing a Sony PSP and ten games from 20-year old student Ashraf Rossli.

By EGM Staff | 03/3/2012 12:00 PM PT

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THE BUZZ: Justice was served this week when the London rioters who were caught on video stealing a Sony PSP and ten games from 20-year old student Ashraf Rossli, after his jaw had been broken and bicycle stolen, have been found guilty of various crimes. The video depicts Rossli sitting on the floor bleeding, when 22 year-old John Kafunda helps him up and walks him away from a crowd. Moments later, 24-year old Reece Donovan is seen rifling through Rossil’s backpack and being helped by Kafunda himself. The BBC reported that Ashraf Rossli said, “I knew they were stealing from me but I could do nothing.”

While the jury is still deliberating on if the crime constitutes as robbery, both Kafunda and Donovan have been found guilty of violent disorder. Meanwhile, 17 year-old Beau Isagba, the man who broke Rossli’s jaw and stole his bike, is being charged with GBH (Grievous Bodily Harm) and robbery.

EGM’s TAKE: When we saw this video we were appalled that we even shared the same gene pool as these disgusting individuals. Praying on the injured deserves a special place in prison, and we hope these criminals sit there for a long time.

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