The UK government should take measures to stop knife crimes, according to British boxing champion Tyson Fury, who claimed his cousin was fatally stabbed on Sunday.
social media posts indignant “It’s becoming ridiculous that fools carry blades. Last night, my cousin was killed by a knife to the neck.” “Because it’s a pandemic and you don’t realise how terrible it is until one of your own gets hurt, this needs to stop right soon, and the UK government needs to toughen the consequences for knife crime. Enjoy every moment since life is short and can be taken from you at any time. Rest in peace, Rico Burton. God grant you a great home in heaven. #onlycowardscarryweapons Soon, bye.”
According to a Press Release Issued by The Police
According to a press release from the police, the stabbing happened at around 3 a.m. on Sunday outside a nightclub in Goose Green, a neighbourhood of Altrincham in the greater Manchester area.
“When we arrived, we discovered two individuals, ages 17 and 31, who had been stabbed. Before police and paramedics arrived on the scene, they were receiving first assistance from bystanders. The 31-year-old man unfortunately died at Manchester Royal Infirmary after the two men were transported there “The announcement stated.
According to police, a 20-year-old man and a 21-year-old man were both taken into prison and are still being held.
The destructive effects of knife crime, which have been seen today, have been demonstrated, according to a police release. “We have strengthened police patrols in the region,” it said. Fury’s remarks were not mentioned in the statement. Since many years ago, the British government has worked to lower knife crime, which has been called a national catastrophe.
Between March 2021 and March 2022, 49,000 offences with knives or other sharp objects were committed in England and Wales, up 10% over the prior year, according to the government’s Office for National Statistics. The 55,000 knife crimes reported between March 2019 and March 2020 are still higher than that.
After defeating Dillian Whyte at London’s Wembley Stadium in April of last year, two-time world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury announced his intention to end his professional boxing career.