Saturday, 16 June 2007

Scottish children's pipe band abused at English village gala

Ed: first you divide, then you conquer.

A CHILDREN'S pipe band had to receive a police escort after they were subjected to anti-Scottish abuse at a gala day in England.

The Annan Juvenile Pipes and Drums - whose average age is 12 - were abused with taunts, foul language and missiles as they marched through a village in Cumbria, wearing traditional Scottish dress.

Organisers of the march have apologised and condemned those who launched the attack against the children.

Police are treating the incident, in Aspatria, as a race-hate crime. Read more

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Aspatria? They probably thought they were English.

Dulce et decorum est pro Aspatria mori