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Muslim women abused Army sergeant at hospital

11th June 2007
Company Sergeant Major Neil Powell was reportedly surrounded and heckled by three women in an unprovoked attack at Selly Oak Hospital, where the Royal Centre for Defence Mediicine is based. .CSM Powell, a welfare officer who works with injured troops, was on a regular ward visit when the incident took place in May of this year.

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Article Information

Title: Muslim women abused Army sergeant at hospital
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3102
Date Added: 11th Jun 2007

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Birmingham Post

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