A daughter’s last letter to father killed tackling gang of vandals*
by Lucy Bannerman
A devastated young daughter has paid tribute to the father she lost after he was beaten to death by a gang of youths.
The family of Garry Newlove, 47, released a letter from his daughter Amy, who is believed to be 12, which was written as he was dying in hospital.
She wrote: “I can’t get across how much I will miss you and I don’t know what I would do without you. You have always been there for me when I am down and you always put a smile on my face (even if it is a rubbish joke).
“You mean the world to me and I wouldn’t change you for the world.”
Mr Newlove was attacked on Friday night after a gang of youths vandalised a mechanical digger parked in a neighbour’s drive in Warrington, Cheshire, and his car window was smashed. He suffered head injuries and died at Warrington Hospital on Sunday afternoon.
Given that Britain's ongoing Muslim population growth and its penchant for violence is unimpeded, it's a safe bet these 'youths' were either Muslim or another variation of the same kind of social illness. Also, the Times seems fixated on this sad little girls letter rather than addressing their own complicity in their nations' fatal multicultural experiment.