Fear is growing in London, as radical Islamic terrorists are using acid to attack innocent Brits.
The number of acid attacks are soaring, with 2o16’s total nearly tripling 2014’s numbers.
So what does London’s anti-Trump Muslim mayor have to say?
Well, not much when it comes to actual acid attacks.
However, you’ll recall, the anti-Trump mayor once said terror attacks were “part and parcel” of living in a large city.
From Gateway Pundit
Acid attacks in London are sharply increasing – in 2016, 454 acid attacks were reported, up from 261 in 2015 and 166 in 2014.
A delivery rider waiting at a traffic light was attacked by two men who sprayed acid in his face and stole his moped. Last month, a pizza delivery driver was attacked in northeast London and was left in critical condition after acid was sprayed in his face – with his helmet visor up. These attacks are just a few of the hundreds of instances in London that have left authorities asking the public for help in solving the crime wave.
New legislation in east London has instructed shopkeepers to challenge young people – since many offenders in acid attacks are in their teens or early 20s – buying acid and refuse sales if they grow suspicious of the customer’s true intentions.
Many believe turning to regulations will solve – or at least, stifle – the problem. New proposals in October force people carrying acid to prove they have a legitimate reason for doing so. There are also plans to require people buying high-concentrate sulfuric acid, like drain cleaner, to apply for a Home Office licence.