London Police Urge Public To “Respect” Shrine For Dead Burglar


Police in London have urged the public to respect the tributes of flowers and cards to Henry Vincent, the burglar who was killed while breaking into the home of an elderly couple.

The shrine was first put up within days of the burglary and has been taken down and replaced a number of times in a series of heated exchanges.

Vincent, 37, was killed after threatening Richard Osborn-Brooks with a screwdriver, when a fight broke out and Vincent was fatally stabbed.

Chief Superintendent Simon Dobinson with London Met Police said that he is aware of the concerns about the tributes but that he wanted to “respect the wishes” of the family of the burglar.

“My officers have a responsibility to provide reassurance to local residents so they can go about their daily lives, while also respecting the wishes of family and friends to mark the loss of a loved one.

“They are not there to safeguard or facilitate the laying of floral tributes; we are liaising with the local authority who are considering appropriate management of the floral tributes.

He urged the public to “respect the wishes of those who choose to place flowers and other tributes in the area”.

He continued: “We would also request those placing tributes or visiting the area to behave in a responsible manner so as not to disrupt the local community.

“A small police presence remains in place in and around South Park Crescent to provide reassurance to the public.”

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20 Responses

  1. Anthony Woodcock says:

    Once again, the PC police are protecting the villains and giving two fingers to the victims. Disgusting!

  2. Stanley Cutts says:

    This copper really takes the biscuit! Who the hell does he think he is making such moral judgements? His job is policing – nothing more, nothing less! There’s no wonder the police force has lost all respect. For them it’s all about protecting the law-breaking scum of the earth – and not about protecting the rights of the indigenous British people or delivering the common sense policing that we used to recognise and respect in this country. Such a skewed viewpoint by a senior public servant makes me sick to my stomach.

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Well drop me in a bucket of poo and call me Mabel ! Although the vast majority of Police are great people, it would seem that once they have a crown on their uniform, they take common, decent Law, and reverse it. – Why ?
    A disgusting Tinker, bent on theft, thinks he has found easy prey with the home of an OAP ! But Richard Osborn-Brooks is able to reverse the assault, and the Tinker is DEAD ! This old Gent should have been medically checked out, given a cup of tea and a pat on the back, then given an MBE ! – Instead he is taken off by Police and accused of murder ? !
    Tinkers, Irish or otherwise, are NOT WANTED here ! They contribute NOTHING except crime ! Clearly in this case, their friends and family, or small tribe, are unable to smarten up their thinking equipment, to a level that understands that Henry Vincent was WRONG, in fact BIG TIME WRONG ! Flowers, probably stolen from a cemetery, are then made into a shrine for this piece of excrement !
    Wowa ! Not done yet. THE POLICE, then wish to ”Respect the wishes of family and friends to mark the loss of a loved one”, in the road that saw the DEATH BY MISADVENTURE of this thief and opportunist ! ……… What sort of Nation do we live in today ? Correct action would be to round up this tribe, and if Irish, deport them back to Ireland. But no, they are a minority, and our p.c. approach has to be with them, after all rites rite aint it ! ! ! Heaven help us all !

  4. James Towell says:

    I’ll pay my respects to the scum by pissing on all the flowers

  5. JimDandy says:

    TEAR IT DOWN !!!

  6. Pamela Preedy says:

    They should hold a memorial service for the poor gypsy burglar who was killed in the line of duty: his self-appointed task of of housebreaking and terrorising innocent householders in order to steal what is rightfully theirs. The ridiculous PC police think his ‘shrine’ should be respected and I’m sure there’ll be some dotty vicar who will offer his/her church for a service of remembrance for a career criminal whose shameless, deviant family & friends want to elevate him to sainthood simply for being dead. The inversion of morality, common sense, right thinking and decency becomes more staggering by the day.
    The ordinary copper on the streets, I would like to think, must be angered by the stupidity of the senior officers who embarrass the uniform with such pronouncements. I suppose we should be grateful that they don’t all resign in disgust and leave us to the lawlessness that increases daily.

  7. John Bennett says:

    Why? did I get this 6 times

  8. John Bennett says:

    Why? did I get this 6 times what a waste of everyones time just like the Police supporting Home Invasion

  9. John Bennett says:

    I see the PC Police Control this Page as well.

  10. John Bennett says:

    About the Shrine

  11. Tony Southall says:

    Move it 200 yards up the road where he dropped dead then not right outside the victim of crime to act as a torment – respect works both ways ,where is the victim of crimes respect and duty of care plus if I started put stapled or tied flowers on Khans boundary wall I bet I would get done for criminal damage………….farcycle the scum got caught knowing the house had an elderly defenseless older gentleman.

  12. Ian Williams says:

    A shrine to a no good scumbag, I don’t think so!!!
    Well done to those who took it down.

  13. Dan Kauffman says:

    Of the “Rights of Englishmen” created by an Act of Parliament in 1689 how many do you have left?

  14. Kasper Mejlhede says:

    That shrine is a threat!
    It’s a clear and present statement, that the burglar had a clan/family, who will now be targeting the elderly couple.
    And if it stays up, it will also be a statement that the elderly couple cannot expect help from the local community when the clan comes for them.

    Tear it down, people.

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