UK: Trainee Doctor Feels “No Bitterness” Toward Wild Jiggaboo Who Landed on Her from Above, Paralyzing Her

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
November 7, 2019

Grace Spence Green.

This might be the funniest thing I’ve ever read.

MyLondon:

A 22-year-old trainee doctor was left paralysed after a man who jumped from the third floor of Westfield Stratford landed on her.

Grace Spence Green, who studied medicine at King’s College London, was on her way to teach children at a climbing class when she was tragically injured, reports The Mirror.

Amsumana Sillah Trawally, 25, fell around 120ft on October 17 last year and fractured her spine, leaving her in a wheelchair.

He has now been jailed for four years but Grace reportedly feels feels no bitterness towards him, even though she finds it difficult to talk about what happened.

Amsumana Sillah Trawally.

Grace’s lawyer Terrence Donovan told the Standard she takes comfort in the fact she saved Trawally’s life and is now focused on continuing with her medical career.

He said: “She finds it very difficult to talk about him. But she has an amazing view that even though she was injured she managed to save a life.

“Even though she was paralysed she accepts the greater good and she still has no bitterness towards him.

“She finds it very difficult to think about what motivated him to do this.”

Trawally admitted causing grievous bodily harm and was sentenced to four years in prison last week.

Ms Green was a speaker at an event supporting people with spinal injury, run by charity Aspire.

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