On 15th March, 2004, Kriss Donald, aged 15, was abducted from a Glasgow street, in broad daylight, by Muslim men of Pakistani descent. He was taken on a 200 mile journey via Motherwell and Dundee, as the killers sought somewhere to kill their victim. Then they returned to Glasgow where they stabbed Kriss 13 times, then set him on fire and left him to die. The dying boy tried in vain to douse the flames by rolling on the ground.
The murderers were eventually caught (despite fleeing to Pakistan,) and are serving long prison sentences.
Now it has emerged that the leader of the killer gang, Imran “Baldy” Shahid, is writing vile, vicious and menacing “poetry” in prison and one of his “poems” is marked for an entry for the Koestler Awards. The Koestler Trust (arts by offenders,) is named after a deeply disturbing, immoral character called Arthur Koestler, who committed suicide. It says a lot about the Koestler Awards liberals that they are considering entering the devilish rant of a savage killer like “Baldy” Shahid in their “competition.”
Here is a link to a Scottish newspaper about the “poetic” killer.
It is very difficult to write about young Kriss and his terrible end without feeling desperately sad and we weep today with, and for, his heartbroken family.
There will be a day of reckoning for his killers when they stand before Almighty God, the Judge of all the earth, who commanded, “Thou shalt not kill.” If those killers remain unrepentant, they will find that, “it is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.”