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Saturday, 16 April 2011

Tribute page to slain teenager Negus McClean targeted by racists (UK)

Racists have targeted a website set up in tribute to a teenage boy stabbed to death in Edmonton.

More than 11,000 people have joined a Facebook site paying tribute to 15-year-old Negus McClean, who was murdered on Sunday evening in Westminster Road.

However, the site has been infiltrated by people posting racist remarks, offensive pictures, and twisted jokes.

Many of the offensive posts, including pornography and depictions of Hitler, have been removed by Facebook bosses but some have continued to appear today.

Friends of the teenager have called for the page to be shut down to stop the abuse, and for the perpetrators to be caught and prosecuted.

One person wrote: “Let's all just ignore the racist comments and insults now, responding is exactly what they want.

“There's no point arguing with them cos you can't argue with a mad person.”

New Facebook sites paying tribute to the Edmonton County pupil have been set up to try to dodge the abusive comments.

Negus was stabbed repeatedly in the thigh and chest by a gang of up to 13 teenagers on mountain bikes who had chased him and his younger brother Elijah along Bounces Road.

It is believed they were fleeing from the gang after a dispute over a mobile phone.

Two teenage boys, aged 14 and 16, were today arrested on suspicion of murder, and remain in police custody for questioning.

Four others, aged 14, 16, 18, and 20, were arrested earlier this week and have been released on bail pending further police enquiries.

Enfield Independent