London News / Manchester: The first two prisoners over the looting and violence wide England were jailed on Wednesday August 2011, told the police officials.
“Two people already jailed for their part in last night’s chaos — swift justice,” police officials write on twitter.
“Extra courts are sitting tonight to deal with criminals. Greater Manchester Police – GMP will update with all the punishment as soon as they are given,” the force give assurance.
Manchester’s police have taken a vigorous approach from the start towards the looters. More about 110 people have been captured from the different areas of the city.
Assistant Chief Constable (GMP) Garry Shewan caution to the criminals in the same word is as “My message is extremely simple: hundreds and hundreds of people — we have your image, we have your face, we have your acts of wanton criminality on film”.
“We are coming for you from today, and no matter how long it takes, we will capture those people responsible.”
The violence has raised questions about security ahead of the 2012 London Olympic Games, and it encouraged the cancellation of Wednesday’s soccer friendly between England and the Netherlands at Wembley Stadium.
Story Extra Edit by E Pakistan News Staff.