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Published on Jun 16, 2016 An MP has died after she was shot and stabbed during an attack in her constituency, police have said. Jo Cox, 41, Labour MP for Batley and Spen, was left bleeding on the floor by her attacker. A 77-year-old man also suffered slight injuries.
A 52-year-old man was arrested near Market Street, Birstall, West Yorkshire Police said. The MP holds a weekly advice surgery nearby. The MP's death was confirmed at police headquarters in Wakefield.
Claire Phipps, June 17, 2016
Jo Cox, the 41-year-old Labour MP for Batley and Spen, was killed after being stabbed and shot in the street outside the library in Birstall, West Yorkshire, where she held her regular constituency surgery.
She was pronounced dead at 1.48pm on Thursday.
A 52-year-old man, named in reports as Thomas Mair, has been arrested. Mair lived locally and was known to have had mental health problems. There are reports that he had links to far-right groups. Eye-witnesses said he shouted “Britain first” as he attacked Cox, with witnesses described as a hunting knife and a “home-made” gun. (cont.)
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Julia Glum, June 16, 2016
Mair's homicidal attack was apparently inspired by his opposition to the United Kingdom staying in the European Union [EU]. Cox championed the opposite position against a so-called Brexit.
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
*Brexit, a combination of the words Britain and Exit, is a national referendum to be voted on by the British on June 23, 2016, which will determine whether the UK will remain in the EU, or leave it.
Was MP Jo Cox (Labour) killed accidentally, when a "crazy" British nationalist started a fight, and MP Cox attempted to intervene? After all, who could possibly predict that she would intervene in a fight?
Or maybe they knew that intervening was exactly the kind of thing she would do. Her death, or rather her martyrdom, gains sympathy for the side of Britain remaining in the EU. It demonizes British nationalists and nationalism, which not only serves to push the creation and maintenance of large, political unions (ie. cluster states), but also that of population exchange, further weakening nationalist causes, also on the Globalist agenda.