A gang of thugs were caught on CCTV launching a horrific attack on a Zimbabwean refugee living in Glasgow, pelting him with lit fireworks and bricks outside his home. The attack was caught on cameras installed by the victim himself at the property. He suffered burns to his hands and feet because of the fireworks.
Able Miller, 62, who stood as Zanu Ndonga candidate in the 2000 elections, went to Scotland to seek a safe haven in 2002 after he was shot and burned by political rivals. But growing resentment against immigrants has seen him come under attack 17 times in recent years. In the early hours of Sunday morning, during Guy Fawkes celebrations, a group of teenage boys, launched the worst attack he has endured so far.
The time signature on the footage shows 1.15am but the attack actually took place at 12.15am. During the attack, Able was also subjected to terrible racial abuse.