Britain’s multicultural society has resulted in an unknown number of violent crimes. Many of these have been tragedies. When Carl Campbell was shot in the head, it was no tragedy. It was the giant unseen hand of justice at work.
THE man who was shot dead in broad daylight near a high street this week had served time for killing a pensioner in a hit-and-run.
Carl Campbell, 33, took a bullet to the head whilst sitting in the passenger seat of a car in West Bromwich on Tuesday.
Two men have since been charged with his murder, the Birmingham Mail reports.
Campbell had been jailed for six years in 2009 for mowing down Clarence Elwin, 92, as he crossed the road with his dog in Tipton, West Midlands.
Mr Elwin, a great-grandfather, was just yards from his front door when Campbell killed him in the hit and run.
Campbell had been travelling at more than 50mph in a 30mph zone and was overtaking through a red light, a court heard.
Mr Elwin’s pet Yorkshire terrier Zach was also killed in the collision.
Campbell, from Wolverhampton, dumped the car in woodland before reporting it as stolen.
He admitted causing death by dangerous driving, failing to stop for an accident, and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
He was jailed at Wolverhampton Crown Court and banned from driving for eight years.
The world is a better place with Carl Campbell dead. It would have been even better if this foul creature had never been born.