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London’s street crime horror continues as 23-year-old man becomes 11th person in 16 days to be murdered in the capital.

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London’s street crime horror continues as 23-year-old man becomes 11th person in 16 days to be murdered in the capital.

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  • Murder wave sweeping London continues as 11th person in 16 days is murdered 
  • Police launched a murder probe after a 23-year-old man was knifed in the neck
  • He was rushed to hospital in Greenwich where doctors were unable to save him 
  • Some 11 people have been shot or stabbed to death in London in 16 days

This is our reality worldwide Chicago to Kingston to New York to London them murdering us is the price we pay for choosing to live amongst them, us murdering each other is just unacceptable.

A murder wave sweeping London has continued after a 23-year-old man became the eleventh person to be fatally stabbed or gunned down in the capital in just 16 days.

Police launched a murder probe after the unidentified man was knifed in the neck in Greenwich on Thursday night, reportedly near Plumstead train station.

The man, who is yet to be formally identified, was able to call his friend who rushed him to hospital in his car but was unable to save him.

Miss Dick's warnings come a day after a 23-year-old man became the eleventh person in 16 days to be gunned down or stabbed to death in the capital

A murder epidemic sweeping London has continued today after  a 23-year-old man became the eleventh person in 16 days to be gunned down or stabbed to death in the capital. Police have launched a murder probe after he was knifed in Greenwich on Thursday night

Police were called to the hospital just before 8.40pm after the victim presented himself to A&E suffering a serious stab wound.

A police cordon was put in place at the hospital while officers examined the car used to bring the victim to hospital.  He died of his injuries later that evening.

Detective Chief Inspector Richard Leonard, of the Homicide and Major Crime Command, who is leading the investigation said: ‘This investigation is in its very early stages and we are still piecing together exactly where and how the victim was attacked.

‘Were you in the Plumstead area last night? Did you witness a commotion or altercation, or see anything that seemed unusual, like a person or group of people running in the area?

Lyndon Davis (left), 18, the youngest to have been named, was found suffering from a single stab wound in Chadwell Heath, east London on March 14. Joseph Williams-Torres (right), 20, was killed the same evening as he sat in a stationary car in Essex Close, Walthamstow

‘Any fragment of information is useful to our investigation and I would urge you to call police immediately.’

The death makes it the 29th fatal stabbing in the capital this year bringing the grizzly death toll of murders to 43 since January 1.

It continues a bloody fortnight for the capital with eleven dead from gun or knife violence in 16 days.

Russell Jones (left), 23, became the eighth person in a week to be killed in London when he was ambushed outside shops near Ponders End station, Enfield. Father-of-two Tyrone Silcott (right), 42, died from knife wounds on March 18 after a St Patrick’s Day party

Romanian Beniamin Pieknyi, 20, (pictured) is believed to have jumped in to the fight in a bid to save his friend during the altercation at the Stratford Centre in east London

Romanian Beniamin Pieknyi, 20, (pictured) is believed to have jumped in to the fight in a bid to save his friend during the altercation at the Stratford Centre in east London

Lyndon Davis, 18, the youngest to have been named, was found suffering from a single stab wound in Chadwell Heath, east London on March 14.

Joseph Williams-Torres, 20, was killed the same evening as he sat in a stationary car in Essex Close, Walthamstow.

Russell Jones, 23, was ambushed outside shops near Ponders End station, in Enfield and stabbed and shot to death.

Hersi Hersi, who lived as a trans woman called Naomi, was pronounced dead at the scene after being found with knife injuries at Heathrow Palace in Hounslow. On March 19, Balbir Johal, 48, died after being stabbed in Southall

Father-of-two Tyrone Silcott, 42, died from knife wounds on March 18 after a St Patrick’s Day party.

It is alleged the car mechanic got into a row over two girls at a party in Homerton and was attacked.

Hersi Hersi, who lived as a trans woman called Naomi, was pronounced dead at the scene after being found with knife injuries at Heathrow Palace in Haslemere Avenue, Hounslow, at 10.50am on Sunday.

Jermaine Johnson (left), 41, died of knife wounds in Walthamstow. On March 25, 26-year-old Abraham Badru (right) was gunned down in Hackney

On March 19, Balbir Johal, 48, died after being stabbed in Southall and the next day 41-year-old Jermaine Johnson died of knife wounds in Walthamstow.

Romanian Beniamin Pieknyi, is believed to have jumped in to the fight in a bid to save his friend during the altercation at the Stratford Centre in east London on the 20th.

The 20-year-old, who only arrived in Britain two months ago, died in his best friend’s arms after being chased and stabbed by a gang in the busy shopping centre.

David Potter, 50, was found stabbed to death in a property on Tooting High Street on Monday 26 (pictured)

David Potter, 50, was found stabbed to death in a property on Tooting High Street on Monday 26 (pictured)

On March 25, 26-year-old Abraham Badru was gunned down in Hackney.

The university graduate, who was murdered in Dalston, east London, on Sunday, was awarded the National Police Bravery Award in July 2009.

David Potter, 50, was found stabbed to death in a property on Tooting High Street on Monday 26.

While the unnamed 23-year-old in Greenwich brings the grizzly death toll to 11 in 16 days, not including two men who were assaulted and later died of their injuries.

 

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