The UK’s worst muggers are not all the same: the fact that they are not known to be the same people has created a confusing and confusing situation.
Here’s a guide to understand what they all have in common and why they are all so dangerous.
Beware the ‘dark skin’ mugger The first thing you need know about muggers is that the majority are white.
The latest figures from the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) show that only 16 percent of the offenders who are caught are black.
The rest are mostly white, and this makes it very hard to know if a person is a ‘black criminal’ or just someone who might look white to you.
Muggers with darker skin have more in common with the perpetrators of violent crime than people with lighter skin.
It’s also important to realise that this may be a reflection of how people perceive the colour of their skin.
A recent study in The Lancet Psychiatry showed that people with darker-skinned skin perceive the darker skin as more threatening, while those with lighter-skinned skins perceive the lighter skin as less threatening.
For the first time in UK history, a black person has been found guilty of murdering someone of the same race.
In March this year, a 22-year-old man, Anthony Tett, killed a man in his home in Walthamstow, south London, after he found the victim asleep on the sofa and opened fire.
He was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 25 years.
The jury was not swayed by the evidence of CCTV footage, but after his release, Tett told his friends: “If they think they’re going to get away with something, they’ll be sorry.”
Murderers with darker skins have been convicted in the past for similar crimes, but this is the first murder in the UK where a person of the opposite sex was convicted of the crime.
Torturing and raping women for money and sex A mugger known as the ‘monster’ of London’s notorious ‘London’s Darkest’ gang, the Bloods, has been convicted of sexually assaulting women for sexual gratification, robbery, and theft.
He is believed to have raped between 50 and 100 women over the past 10 years, with victims aged from 14 to 66.
He first began offending when he was 15, when he moved to London from south London and became friends with a man who was involved in the Blood gang.
The pair started to have a sexual relationship, and in October 2016, he approached the man to help him to get a lift home from a party in East London.
They went back to the party and the man invited him to his flat.
The man then took the man back to his apartment, where the pair engaged in a sexual encounter.
They were discovered when the victim woke up the next morning and confronted them in his bedroom.
He described the assault as “like hell”.
The two were arrested and charged in May this year and in August the court heard that he had confessed to the rape, with the jury also being told that he used a hammer to strike his victim.
According to prosecutors, the man told police that he could no longer afford the £5,000 cost of a lawyer and that he wanted the police to arrest him, but that he didn’t know how to get him to do so.
He had a history of mental illness and had threatened to kill himself.
He has since been placed on the sex offenders’ register and is being held in the Metropolitan police’s adult offenders unit.
‘Savage’ muggers The ‘savage’ gang is the name given to the men who have attacked people in London’s east end for money, sex or other reasons.
These are known as ‘London Bloods’, after the gang’s notorious nickname, the ‘Battleship’.
In 2016, the UK was hit by a wave of violent attacks, including murders, assaults and robberies, and the gangs were targeted for their violent behaviour.
The victims were mostly young black men and were often beaten or left in their homes for hours at a time.
In 2016, there were at least 70 incidents in London, most of which involved robberies and murders.
In all, there have been a total of 664 arrests, including the gang.
In addition to the gang, other offenders involved in violent attacks included the Blood, Black Mob, Black Hand, and others.
More than 40 percent of London victims were black, according to police.
In the UK, gangs are also known as “the black mafia”, meaning they target black people.
The term “black mafia” is not only used by the gangs themselves, but also by the media and politicians who claim that the gangs are “bringing crime down to the streets”.
In 2017, the police and Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) launched Operation Black Market, a national crackdown on the “savage” gangs, who have been