Nikkola's mother, Joanne Hayward, 41, choked back tears yesterday as she spoke of her bubbly daughter who loved socialising and playing pranks on her siblings.It appears Nikkola also enjoyed participating in or associating with the perpetrators of bag snatching and car theft.
The drama started when police went to a Bentley house with a search warrant relating to a bag-snatch complaint.She was killed while fleeing police in a stolen car.
While police had already called off the pursuit prior to the crash, the dead girl's mother thinks that wasn't good enough:
She said the police should have aborted the chase straight away. "There's no excuse. It shows the arrogance of the police," she said.And this just shows the welfare/PC state-enabled arrogance of the criminal class.
Frankly, I would not have shed a bitter tear if all the occupants of the vehicle, indeed all the occupants of all stolen vehicles everywhere, died in the crash, except perhaps for the manner in which the government might use the growing road toll to further restrict the freedom of the law-abiding motoring community who actually buy their own cars with honestly earned money.