I don't know a lot about this case (and a quick google suggests that most other people don't know much about it either). Maybe the obvious reasons not to wade in with all guns blazing are: 1. There is a risk of prejudicing the legal case or police investigation. 2. There is a risk of inflaming the situation. (Two asian blokes who apparently are unconnected with the crime have already been attacked) 3. There is a risk of exacerbating the trauma experienced by the victim. I assume that the reason why I can't find a single recent news article about Chelsey Wright except far right ones is because the matter is subjudice or the investigation or trial is still continuing? Clearly these people just want to make political capital out of the fact that the alleged rapists were refugees and they don't actually give a shit about the victim or whether their intervention makes things worse for her. If anyone thinks that the above is nonsense and/or can suggest practical pro-working class ways of showing solidarity in this situation, I would be interested to know.