The English curse of violent girls who can kill for a laugh at 14
January 25, 2006 (UK)

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Killer Chelsea O’Mahoney kicked her victim’s head “like a football” and took delight in filming her gang’s random beatings on a mobile phone.

She was just 14 when she carried out the so-called “happy slapping” attack that killed barman David Morley in London, working with three boys described as “feral”.

Somehow her female gender – along with her age – makes it more unbelievable and shocking.

Could a young teenage girl really have been so evil and cold, telling Mr Morley to “pose for the camera”, and whooping and laughing when the boot went in?

Even the judge told her: “It’s rare for a girl of your age to be sentenced for such grave crimes.” Yet female-led violence is on the rise.

A new study has shown that English girls are among the most violent in Europe, largely thanks to the curse of binge-drinking.

English girls aged 11 to 15 came fifth in a league table of violence covering 35 countries, getting into more fights than those in Scotland (10th), USA (11th) and Wales (12th).

In a different study, researchers highlighted the growing phenomenon of the “girl gang” and warned it was leading to more violent, aggressive bullying among girls.

Comments:

The girl was clearly having fun.  If people cared more about her, things wouldn't be like this.

Also, we should pay more attention to the guys who were involved in this incident.  If there were no violent guys, Chelsea would not have done this.

Kicking a man's head "like a football" is dangerous, but I doubt the Chelsea had that much force to cause the damage.  It could be the guys.

Also, the man, again, should beg for his life when things like this happen.

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