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Thursday, 14 January 2016

VIDEO: CCTV shows yob throwing milk and bag of faeces near Otley Road home of family who vows not to be forced out

VIDEO: CCTV shows yob throwing milk and bag of faeces near Otley Road home of family who vows not to be forced out

VIDEO: CCTV shows yob throwing milk and bag of faeces near Otley Road home of family who vows not to be forced out

A FAMILY who feel intimidated by travellers have vowed to stay put in their Bradford home despite coming under attack from stones and bags of flying faeces.
Steward Lindsey Wilson, who lives above East Ward Labour Club in Otley Road with her partner, Gareth Renard, and their three children, said she would not be driven out of her home.
Ms Wilson, 35, said: "The children are staying with friends but we will not leave our home. The travellers have made it clear they consider this to be their territory but it's not, it's our home and we will stay. We will not run from this bullying. Why should we be the ones to move out?"
Ms Wilson's plight first appeared in yesterday's Telegraph & Argus when she compared her plight to a "siege situation."
She said the abuse and attacks were continuing and in the latest incident she had been spat at and had also caught men peeping through her bathroom window.
"The police have come out but they can't do a thing. One officer told me being spat at was a low-level crime. He asked me what I wanted to do about it and when we discussed my options, he said it would probably make things even worse if I followed it up so I left it," she said.