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Excerpted from BNP: Yet another sickening murder in London by a Muslim happened over the weekend when a disabled wheelchair bound man had his throat cut.
Daha Mohammed, 51, of Abbotts Close, Thamesmead, was charged with the murder of Mr Colin Greenaway and appeared at Bexley Magistrates’ Court today.
Colin was described as a ‘great neighbour and friend’ by Gary Cook, who resides in the flat above, and said he rushed down after one of his neighbour’s carers knocked on his doors in floods of tears on Saturday.
Colin aged 56, was confined to a wheelchair having had toes amputated due to gangrene.
Mr Cook said he cannot come to terms with what has happened, saying he would often have a great laugh with Mr Greenaway, and only saw him just two days before he was murdered by the Muslim coward.
He said: “Colin was a neighbour and a friend and I can’t believe what’s happened.
“I’ve known him for about 10 years, he’s helped me out and I’d help him out.
Because he was wheelchair-bound I’d go and get something for him at the shop if he needed anything.”
He continued: “I can’t believe something like this could happen in this area, everyone’s so nice.
I’ve had to go to my doctor to get some pills because I’m struggling to sleep “When one of his carers came to my door in tears I got dressed quickly and rushed downstairs.
I saw him lying on the floor and he wasn’t breathing.
“It was clear nothing else could be done for him.”
A post-mortem examination at Greenwich Mortuary gave the cause of death as incised wounds to the throat.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Metropolitan Police Service on 0208 721 4205, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Excerpted from News Shopper: THE sister of a disabled man whose throat was slit in his Thamesmead home has paid tribute to the “lovely” 56-year-old who reminded family members of Jesus.
A murder investigation has been launched after Colin Greenway was found dead in his ground floor flat in Abbotts Close on Saturday [June 15] around 2pm.
The victim, who was wheelchair bound after having had his toes amputated, was one of nine children and moved to London for a “better life” after two of his best friends were killed in his hometown of Coventry.
His sister Sue Greenway, who lives in Coventry, told News Shopper: “It is terrible. I can’t believe it.
“I don’t think it’s hit everybody yet.
“I think he wanted to move to London to get away from everything and start again and he was doing fine.
“That is why this is so sad because he was trying to make a fresh start.”
The 53-year-old mother-of-five added: “He was so genuine. He was the nicest person.
“He would give you the last pound in his pocket.
“He was so lovely.
“He really reminded me of Jesus.
“My kids used to say ‘that’s Jesus isn’t it’?”