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Brothers convicted of stabbing police officers at shopping centre
 

Two brothers who launched a "terrifying" knife attack on police officers at a shopping centre have been found guilty of wounding.

The officers suffered knife injuries during the violence at New Square Shopping centre, in West Bromwich, West Midlands last July.

Parminder Hunjan, aged 36, and Maninder Hunjan, 26, were found not guilty of attempted murder at Wolverhampton Crown Court on Wednesday.

They are due to be sentenced on 9 May. 

Parminder Hunjan (R) and Maninder Hunjan (L)IMAGE SOURCE, WEST MIDLANDS POLICE
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Parminder Hunjan (R) and Maninder Hunjan (L) have been found guilty of wounding with intent

PCs Leon Mittoo and James Willetts were attacked after trying to question the defendants, who had been spotted carrying large backpacks and wearing gloves on the sunny day.

"One of the men ran towards me screaming brandishing something and swinging around erratically," said PC Willetts.

"They continued to run towards us screaming. I could see Leon getting chased so I started heading towards him but then I suddenly felt a massive sharp pain in the back of my head and my helmet went flying on to the floor," he added. 

PC Mittoo suffered a slash wound to his forehead and hand, as well as cuts and scratches.

Backpack and contentsIMAGE SOURCE, WEST MIDLANDS POLICE
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The brothers were found to be carrying a significant amount of weapons, police said

The brothers were found in possession of rucksacks containing a "significant stash" of weapons, including a machete, an imitation gun, balaclavas and large quantities of cash, said West Midlands Police.

All motives were considered but no evidence was found linking the brothers to terrorism, the force added.

Chief Supt Ian Green said: "We still don't know why the attack occurred, we may never know the answer to that, what I do know is that our officers saved people's lives that day."

Both men, of Frank Road, Smethwick, were found guilty of wounding with intent and possession of an imitation firearm.

They had previously admitted possessing offensive weapons.

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5 hours ago, Premi5 said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-60939958

Brothers convicted of stabbing police officers at shopping centre
 

 

Two brothers who launched a "terrifying" knife attack on police officers at a shopping centre have been found guilty of wounding.

The officers suffered knife injuries during the violence at New Square Shopping centre, in West Bromwich, West Midlands last July.

Parminder Hunjan, aged 36, and Maninder Hunjan, 26, were found not guilty of attempted murder at Wolverhampton Crown Court on Wednesday.

They are due to be sentenced on 9 May. 

Parminder Hunjan (R) and Maninder Hunjan (L)IMAGE SOURCE, WEST MIDLANDS POLICE
Image caption, 
Parminder Hunjan (R) and Maninder Hunjan (L) have been found guilty of wounding with intent

PCs Leon Mittoo and James Willetts were attacked after trying to question the defendants, who had been spotted carrying large backpacks and wearing gloves on the sunny day.

"One of the men ran towards me screaming brandishing something and swinging around erratically," said PC Willetts.

"They continued to run towards us screaming. I could see Leon getting chased so I started heading towards him but then I suddenly felt a massive sharp pain in the back of my head and my helmet went flying on to the floor," he added. 

PC Mittoo suffered a slash wound to his forehead and hand, as well as cuts and scratches.

Backpack and contentsIMAGE SOURCE, WEST MIDLANDS POLICE
Image caption, 
The brothers were found to be carrying a significant amount of weapons, police said

The brothers were found in possession of rucksacks containing a "significant stash" of weapons, including a machete, an imitation gun, balaclavas and large quantities of cash, said West Midlands Police.

All motives were considered but no evidence was found linking the brothers to terrorism, the force added.

Chief Supt Ian Green said: "We still don't know why the attack occurred, we may never know the answer to that, what I do know is that our officers saved people's lives that day."

Both men, of Frank Road, Smethwick, were found guilty of wounding with intent and possession of an imitation firearm.

They had previously admitted possessing offensive weapons.

Did parents not teach anything about Sikhi? Apparently going to western countries and earning as much money as possible at the expense of teaching moral and spiritual teachings to the children is the goal of most "Sikhs" now.

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4 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Leather gloves and overcoats in July. Nevermind they were Sikhs, if I'd seen them based on just their appearance I'd assume they were Muslims on a suicide mission to explode themselves.

Idk if i'm wrong for judging but both look like drug addicts ? By first looking at the picture i thought they were Muslims or Hindus then read the names. Oh well atleast they are being called Punjabis not Sikhs.

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4 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Leather gloves and overcoats in July. Nevermind they were Sikhs, if I'd seen them based on just their appearance I'd assume they were Muslims on a suicide mission to explode themselves.

I wouldn't really call them Sikhs. They are random Punjabis.

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4 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Leather gloves and overcoats in July. Nevermind they were Sikhs, if I'd seen them based on just their appearance I'd assume they were Muslims on a suicide mission to explode themselves.

Maybe they were planning to attack someone else and because they got caught they kept quiet. 
 

And ‘terrorists’ in the UK don’t target such relatively small places like West Bromwich .

8 hours ago, proactive said:

West Midlands Police- I wouldn't believe a word they say. 

They have ‘previous as we know from one example last year.

They don’t seem very competent or maybe a little lazy that they say

We still don't know why the attack occurred, we may never know the answer to that

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