The driver of the car, 'care worker' Mohammed Tanwir, left the teenagers to their fate and fled from the scene on foot.
In July 2006, Tanwir came before magistrates at Huddersfied Crown Court and was charged with causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop after an accident. However, in November of that year, despite the fact that Tanwir was travelling at 80mph in a 40mph zone, the case was dropped due to 'insufficient evidence' being presented by the Crown Prosecution Service.
Later, the coroner would find that the teenagers were unlawfully killed, which gave Jade and Danny's parents hope that Tanwir would be brought to trial. Their hopes were dashed when, in January 2010, Attorney General Baroness Scotland ruled against the possibility. Jade’s stepfather, Barry, said:
“I can’t understand how it is not in the public interest for a man who was driving when two children were unlawfully killed to be put before a jury. They say she’s not acting because SHE DOESN'T BELIEVE IT IS IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST AND SHE DOESN'T HAVE TO SAY WHY.”Barry's wife, Elaine, added:
“None of us have the finances to take this further. This shouldn’t happen to anyone. If it had gone to trial and a jury had made a decision that would be one thing but professional people are contradicting each other.”Danny's mother, Linda, said:
“It’s hard to tell your kids that TWO CHILDREN CAN BE UNLAWFULLY KILLED YET NOTHING ELSE HAPPENED... Your children have been killed and THEY ARE TRYING TO KILL US TOO BY NOT LETTING US HAVE ANY KIND OF JUSTICE.”"They are trying to kill us too by not letting us have any kind of justice."
You'll never know how right you are, Linda. THEY are, indeed, 'trying to kill us.'
The 'care worker,' Mohammed Tanwir, kills directly by driving at twice the speed limit and then, when Jade and Danny most needed his 'care', running off. Baroness Scotland, herself a West Indian immigrant, kills indirectly by, as you say, depriving the British people of common justice.
THEY really are at war with us, Linda.
The immigrant is a soldier in this undeclared war.