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4 minutes ago, Punjabiwolves said:

Its common for Sikh,Hindu, and Jains to share a surname with Muslim, like Shah,Patel, Gill, Choudhary etc. as for Jatts they can come across as very lively larger the life personalities, they do love a good time that's for sure. I do get on very well with Jatts. this Amere guy more likely relates more to his up north Pakistani ghetto gang then Sikh  Jatts 

Yeah this guy was 'living it up'. 

I tell you, boys from spoilt families often turn out to be self absorbed and without conscience. I can't believe this c***. He can't have been unaware of the grooming against Sikh girls by paks, and he goes down this path?? What the heck???

I wonder if the 'asian' girl they abused was an apnee too? 

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24 minutes ago, S4NGH said:

Amere is not his real name. The address he's given is of a rental property and not of his residence. He is married with children. His dad was a womaniser. His mum and sisters are nothing alike. It's well known that "amere" was a dealer; he worked on a factory floor and drove big cars etc etc flaunting his cash. He was a mona up until he got caught out fiddling with kids. He donned the singh image in an attempt to show reform etc. And now he'll become a Muslim in jail to protect his a$$ quite literally.

"converted to sikh religion". Lord. Why do people read the dailyfail? especially apne lok.

Just to be clear. Was he always a Sikh but took Amrit?

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41 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Come on. We should all know by now. Hordes of Juts of Panjab converted to Islam but the majority of these hide their surnames with an Islamic one but a small number still retain their gotra. I met quite a few growing up in East London. 

Anyway, I wonder what made this guy keep his kesh given his proclivities? Maybe it was a way of deflecting?

To right. these juts and jaats or jats or whatever you want to call them are all the same. bunch of tats. 

I personaly feel the guy is trying to hide his true identity. ie with a  big dhari and turban. So when he gets out he will shave it off and be anonymous. 


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5 minutes ago, Punjabiwolves said:

 I don't think this guy cared much about Sikh despite his image. if he did he would not carry out such actions. this grooming issue has been talked about in Gudwara as seen in Sikh channel where Sikh girls have been groomed by Muslims gangs. Muslims grooming gangs have been made aware of this and now trying to use scum guys like Amere to do their dirty work portraying a Sikh image.  it is really worrying 

You can't blame them for his actions bro. He was a willing participant. 

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