November 8, 2019
Terrible crime, such loss.
Jodie was a true freedom fighter, risking constant imprisonment to promote faggotry, multiculturalism and other causes that the UK government is adamantly against.
The family of Jodie Chesney have hailed ‘justice’ for the stabbed girl scout after a drug dealer and his young ‘runner’ were convicted of her murder today.
Jodie, 17, was an innocent victim who was knifed in an unprovoked ‘drug feud’ attack in a park in Harold Hill, east London in March.
Svenson Ong-a-Kwie, 19, and a 17-year-old boy, who cannot be named, were today convicted of the killing following a lengthy trial.
Police have admitted they may never know the true motive for the stabbing, but prosecutors believe Ong-a-Kwie wanted to get revenge for being knifed by a rival a few months earlier.
It is thought he may have mistakenly believed his rivals were in the park at the time and wrongly stabbed Jodie.
Jodie’s father, Peter, expressed his relief at the two guilty verdicts outside court this afternoon, saying: ‘I’m over the moon about. We got them… Justice for Jodie. For Jodie!’
Mr Chesney, 39, clenched his fists as he spoke and tears swelled in his eyes as relatives cheered: ‘Justice for Jodie’. He then hugged detectives who helped crack the case.
Jodie and her friends had been smoking cannabis and listening to music in a park when she was stabbed in the back on the evening of March 1.
The trial has heard how Ong-a-Kwie and the 17-year-old went into the park to carry out the stabbing as the two others waited in the car.