Sunday, 21 December 2008

Levi Bellfield: Gypsy Beast

On 14 October 2001, 17-year-old student, Anna-Maria Rennie, was waiting at a bus stop in Twickenham, south-west London when a man approached her and offered her a lift.

When she refused and tried to walk away, he grabbed both of her arms and tried to bundle her into his car, saying, 'you’re a whore, you’re a slut,' as he did so. However, just before they got to the car, the man relaxed his grip and Anna-Maria managed to get away.

Three years later, in March 2005, she picked out former nightclub bouncer and manager of a wheel-clamping business, Levi Bellfield, in an ID parade, as the man who had tried to accost her.

Bellfield, a 20-stone Romany Gypsy who was the father of at least 11 children, would single out lone, blonde females, walking home late at night or waiting at bus stops and, when they rejected his uncouth advances, he would attack them violently. He casually told one girlfriend that he would wait in alleyways wanting to 'hurt, kill, stab or rape women.'

Detectives tracked down a number of ex-girlfriends, who all described a similar pattern of behaviour. Det Sgt Jo Brunt, said:

"He was lovely at first, charming, then completely controlling and evil. They all said the same."
A couple of weeks after his relationship with a woman began, Bellfield would take her mobile phone and swap it with another which contained only his number, saying it was all she needed. He would then stop her from seeing friends, parents or going out without his permission, and would constantly phone to check what she was doing. One former girlfriend said that following an argument he told her to sit on a stool in the kitchen and not move. He went to bed and she sat there all night. D.S. Brunt said:

"We asked her what she did about going to the toilet and she said she would rather wet herself than have moved from that stool. That shows how frightened they were of him."
On 5 February 2003, 19-year-old student, Marsha McDonnell, got off a bus after an evening out at the cinema with girlfriends.

She set out to walk the rest of the way home to the quiet, residential road where she lived near Kempton racecourse. Bellfield, who had been following the bus, got out of his car, walked up behind her and hit the unsuspecting girl over the back of the head with a hammer. Marsha was found lying on the pavement in a pool of blood and died later in hospital.

On 16 December 2003, Bellfield attacked 36-year-old Albanian-born hairdresser, Irma Dragoshi, as she waited at a bus stop in Longford, West Drayton, west London.

Sunil Gharu, an associate of Bellfield, said he was with him when he got of his car saying, 'watch this.' He then ran over to where Irma was waiting and clubbed her with a blunt instrument. Because he felt like it.

Irma, herself, has no recollection of the incident as she now suffers from amnesia.

On 28 May 2004, after an evening out celebrating her last day of school, 18-year-old Kate Sheedy got off a bus in Isleworth, west London.

When she became suspicious of a vehicle that was parked in a side road, she crossed to the other side. At which point, Bellfield drove his Toyota Previa right at her and knocked her down. He then reversed back over her.

Kate did not die. In terrible pain, she began to crawl home. When she could go no further, she rang her mother and an ambulance from her mobile phone. Her injuries, which were life threatening, included a broken collarbone, broken ribs, a crushed liver and a collapsed lung.

This is the lovely girl Bellfield tried to kill that night:

Detective Chief Inspector Colin Sutton said this of Bellfield:

"He has a massive ego to feed, he thinks he's God's gift to everyone. He drives around in his car, feels a bit 'whatever' and sees some young blonde girl. Young blonde girl says 'go away' and he thinks 'you dare to turn down Levi Bellfield, you're worth nothing' and then she gets a whack over the head...

It is shown in the case of Kate Sheedy. She was smart enough to think she didn't like the look of his car and crosses the road. He thinks 'You think you're so clever' and whoosh, he runs her over."
Scotland Yard officers investigating Kate's case did not identify Bellfield’s car because they were examining CCTV footage from the wrong day. Before the error came to light, Amelie Delagrange had been murdered.

After Kate complained about this to the Independent Police Complaints Commission. two police officers received a written warning and another two were offered 'words of advice.'

On 20 August 2004, 22-year-old French student Amelie Delagrange missed her stop, after taking a bus home from an evening out with friends.

She was crosing Twickenham Green when Bellfield struck. CCTV cameras show her walking towards the Green and slowing her pace between the last two sightings. This around the time Bellfield passed her in his van. It is thought that she had been propositioned by Bellfield at this time. Within minutes he had battered her to death in a fit of anger after she had rejected his advances. In court, the prosecutor addressed Bellfield thus:

“It was not enough to hit her once. You struck her again and possibly a third time. Amelie rejected you and she paid the price for that rejection.”
Bellfield was found guilty the murders of Marsha McDonnell and Amelie Delagrange, and the attempted murder of Kate Sheedy, on 25 February 2008. The following day, he was sentenced to life imprisonment with a recommendation that he should never be released.

Bellfield would later be convicted of the murder of 13-year-old Milly Dowler.

Surrey Police, like Scotland Yard, made basic errors in the investigation of Milly's murder and have admitted that Bellfield should have been identified as a suspect much sooner. CCTV footage of hundreds of vehicles that passed through the neighbourhood on the day Milly disappeared was examined. Among them was a red Daewoo Nexia. There were only a handful of such cars in the country at the time and one was owned by Emma Mills. The cops called at her house 11 times but, when someone finally answered, they were told she had moved and left no forwarding address. Had they traced her, she could have told them that Bellfield had been staying with her and regularly borrowed her car. She might also have told them she thought he had been acting suspiciously on the evening Milly disappeared.

Ms Mills car was also reported stolen from Bellfield's home in West Drayton, where he claimed to have left it. The report only came to be seen as significant when it emerged that he routinely disposed of the vehicles he had used to stalk his victims... Whilst he was under police surveillance, Bellfield was seen driving around in his van, talking to young girls at bus stops.

Andrew Hadik, of the Crown Prosecution Service, said the evidence shown in court was only the 'tip of the iceberg' of what had been amassed by detectives. Speaking after the verdicts, he added:

"The cold-blooded and calculated murders of Amelie Delagrange and Marsha McDonnell were part of a series of horrific assaults on young women."
Detective Chief Inspector Sutton added:

"We are looking at other murders which have not been solved... We looked at a dozen crimes in west London and we have not been able to eliminate Levi from any of them. I fear we may have only scratched the surface."
On 27 February 2008, The Sun informed us thus:

"Johanna Collings believes THE FIEND ATTACKED AT LEAST 100, SOMETIMES CLAIMING TWO VICTIMS IN ONE EVENING. He even bragged of laughing as he raped a disabled girl on a car bonnet in a nightclub car park — after lifting her from her wheelchair…

Johanna endured 2½ years of living hell as the lager and whiskey-swilling brute’s sex slave... Bellfield, who she called ‘6ft 1in of PURE WALKING EVIL’, constantly battered, tortured and raped her...

SHE WAS TOO PETRIFIED TO ALERT POLICE TO HIS CRUELTY OR PREDATORY SEX CRIMES. She said: 'He would tell me straight out if he had raped a girl, or even two, on an evening. He’d laugh and say they deserved what they got... HE WARNED THEM WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF THEY WENT TO POLICE. I WAS JUST TOO SCARED TO EVEN THINK OF SAYING ANYTHING'."

This was my Have Your Say response to the article:

"What coward, yellow immoralists we are now. This disgusting woman not only tolerated the terrible things that happened to her, her un-British cowardice aided and abetted in every crime that Levi Bellfield committed whilst he was with her.

And all the other girls who chose not to report what had happened to them? Their craven inaction saw two, perhaps more, girls die and God knows how many more raped.

'What coward, yellow immoralists we are now.' Does anyone outside of the do-gooder and the bleeding heart liberal not agree with this statement? Can anybody guess who wouldn't want this fat bag of evil strung up? The politicians and the PC Crowd, who saw to it that such as Bellfield got to do what he did and be who he was in the first place, would all want to 'rehabilitate' the poor, misunderstood Pikey. At least, that’s what their crim-cuddling track record suggests.

The Bellfields are the foot-soldiers of the globalist gangsters who want the Western World destroyed. Why do you think he managed to evade justice for so long? Who was it that constructed the cowards who allowed such a man to survive out here with us for so long? Who ensured that men like me would get locked away forever if we did what needed to be done with such a rabid beast?

In the olden days, the Gypsy beast's monstrous nature would have been picked up on very quickly and, if the cops didn't do their job, the community would have done it for them. The community would have taken steps to protect itself when the top folk would not.

For the last 40+ years a malign elite has been eroding more and more of the power and the will that the decent once had to defend themselves and those they love. That same elite has been busy been producing more and more Bellfields to assist in their destructive agenda. In a world that encourages and panders to fanatic irresponsibility, this steroid bully boy was allowed to grind out at least eleven children with five different Johannas.

Well, b***s to any who would sympathise with Johanna Collings! If the Bellfields are the Corporals in the New World Order's genocidal army, the Johannas and the weak-kneed hand-wringers are the Privates.

Would anyone out there be surprised if Johanna Collings had been paid for her story? Now that it’s too late for that story to do any good, that is?

Didn’t think so."
On 6 March 2008, a little while after I entered the above critique at this web site, (The Sun did not see fit to publish it) the Carole Sarler essay, 'Why I despise the tell-all killers' wives who kept quiet for so long,' was featured in The Daily Mail.

This is it:

"All things considered, you might have thought that Levi Bellfield had racked up more than his fair share of innocent victims. He was imprisoned last week for the vicious murders of 22-year-old Amelie Delagrange and 19-year-old Marsha McDonnell.

He is the prime suspect in the murder of Milly Dowler, and police believe he could also be connected to at least 20 other attacks and murders.

By any standard of evil, enough victims - surely? Apparently not. For muscling into the horror comes his former girlfriend of nine years, and mother to three of his 11 children, Emma Mills.

All prettied up for the cameras, she has spent much of the past few days adding her woes to Bellfield's scorecard: 'He raped me,' she told a television audience, glossed lips quivering with indignation 'for... a few years.' That's right: years. Then it's off to the papers with a further catalogue of abuse.

There were the beatings and the rapes, some stuff about being threatened with a Stanley knife - oh yes, and the time she had to stay indoors for a fortnight because she didn't want the neighbours to see her smashed face.
'He didn't want them to see it either,' she said. I'll bet he didn't.

He was, she offered by way of balance, 'a good dad' - even though you and I might think that good dads don't rape their children's mother.

And so we see, as one newspaper solemnly concluded, that 'she, too, was a victim of Bellfield's'...

In spite of saying now that 'I always felt he was capable of killing somebody,' she was too 'downtrodden', her word, to argue with him. So, dear reader, she married him. Like you do.

Many people will, as is routinely demanded of them, feel pity for such women. There was a time when I would have done so, too; back in the days when women were chattels and allowed no possessions at all, let alone a mind of their own. But here in the 21st century, patience runs out.

For the difference between the real victims, whose body count haunts our news bulletins, and these sorry dollies is crucial: the real victims had no choice about their fate; women such as Emma Mills did, and she must, regardless of what the sisterhood says, accept some responsibility for how she used that choice.

In this, as in so much, the women's movement has a lot to answer for. Through nearly 50 years of the all-men-are-bastards philosophy, they have picked away at the notion that women can, or should, exercise any strength of their own.

Their version of domestic politics that we are supposed to accept goes something like this. Men erode women's confidence so that they are easy to manipulate; men isolate women from the outer world so they have nowhere else to turn; men keep women captive in the home so they can't earn enough to house and feed their children should they try to flee; and even if they do escape, men will find them and drag them 'home.'

And while men are doing all that, passive little women do nothing at all because, bless them, they can't. Let us say, straight away, that of course that scenario does still exist, too often and in too many homes. But for countless others there are no such ready excuses.

Emma Mills, on the face of it, appears to be a classic case in point."
The Nationalist is happy when the mainstream cribs.

In this way do a few of the inconvenient truths get heard. The odd credit would, of course, be welcome.

On the day that pigs are seen to fly, such credit may be forthcoming.

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