Britain: Two vets attacked by ‘Asian youths’ on Remembrance Sunday

Britain: Two vets attacked by ‘Asian youths’ on Remembrance Sunday

A former British Marine has been hospitalised after he was attacked following a service on Remembrance Sunday.

Tony Niland was set upon after attending the service at Bradford Cenotaph in West Yorkshire. He was in full military dress, with medals, and walking with the aid of a stick when the three men struck. He suffered numerous seizures and is now said to be in a serious condition. …

Local council leader David Green visited Mr Niland in hospital. He told the Bradford Telegraph and Argus: “He is clearly not in good physical shape. His face is badly cut and bruised and there was some concern about possible internal bleeding. …

“I was told by his family he was found unconscious on the ground. He was wearing the suit and tie he had worn to the Remembrance service, a poppy and war medals.”

On Tuesday, Breitbart London reported on another British veteran who was attacked on Remembrance Sunday. George Gill, 70, was knocked to the ground by a gang of Asian youths while he was on his way to a parade. His medals and beret were stolen in the attack, and Mr Gill said the gang were “laughing and joking” afterwards.

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