Skip to comments.Thieving postman allowed to stay in Britain under right to family life
Posted on 06/22/2014 6:23:31 AM PDT by Olog-hai
A postman who stole dozens of letters and parcels as part of a £500,000 credit-card fraud cannot be deported to the Ivory Coast because he has children in Britain.
Despite committing what both a judge and the Home Office described as a serious breach of trust, Harnault Hospice Kassi convinced an immigration tribunal that his removal would breach his right to family life.
The ruling is the latest in a growing number of cases of foreign-born criminals using human rights laws to prevent their removal from Britain.
It means Kassi, 39, cannot be returned to his home country, even though he was jailed for almost three years.
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
He’ll have SUCH a good time in prison, for a l-o-n-g time.
Doesn’t matter what country these days, EVERYTHING is a right to these idiots provides it doesn’t involve free speech, firearms/protection of oneself, and privacy. Mighty tired of this.
If they can’t deport him, maybe they can just cut off one of his hands for punishment. That’s probably what would happen to him in his native land.
Been there, done that, got the striped shirt. From the article:
In 2012, Kassi admitted conspiracy to steal and three counts relating to possession of identity documents. He was sentenced to two years and nine months in prison, and was released after 18 months.
So 18 months for fake IDs and theft.
I wonder if the Islamic who have run off to Iraq will be welcomed back with open arms because of these EU regulations.
It appears he already did time, a whole 3 years for all that. Who says crime doesn't pay? The criminals and Muzzies, (redundant) use the laws against the UK and US all the time. Whoever said the laws and constitutions are not suicide pacts, apparently was mistaken.
Muslims outnumber Christians in the Ivory Coast slightly (the rest are pagan animists and “irreligious” mostly), but no jihad or push for strict Sharia has broken out thereyet.
Coming soon to the U.S. ....
Not Exactly....They stated on the radio (BBC2) two hours ago that they, "Don't have the time to investigate all of those returning from Iraq".
MI5 also spoke publicly saying:" We don't know where these people are being radicalised, it isn't in the Mosques".
Someone is bricking it.....
It's part of Britain's past legacy of colonization. France suffers from it too, as do all those countries that colonized Africa.
Spain and Portugal got a bad deal with the Americas. They are also pit holes.
Italy got Libya. At least Kadaffi ended up as a very spiffy dresser. THAT was the sum total of Italy's contribution to Libya.
Even Germany did a bit of colonization.
I'm glad that the USA wasn't so big on colonizing. We'd be paying for THOSE countries too.
OOPS, we already are! :o(
the "Islamic"?? I guess you mean Muslims in general?
I seriously doubt if Iraq wants those losers back. However, it usually depends on the status of said Muslim's family. If his family has money and status then he will return to them. If not, then why would they want him back?
Remember all those African-American male prisoners who "found" Allah? I wonder how they're doing these days.
MUSLIM MURDERER SUCK-OFFS US TAXPAYERS Federal authorities executed a search warrant at the Muslim killer's sprawling, 5-acre property 40 miles north of Houston, where they allegedly found cash, diamonds, pearls, weapons and phony passports hidden in attic rafters, in secret compartments throughout a cluster of trailers and outbuildings and even inside the buried drum of a clothes dryer at the Conroe property.
Killer Irsan, his wife Shmou Ali Alrawabdeh, and another daughter, were subsequently arrested on a variety of federal fraud charges and are in federal custody.
A federal criminal complaint detailing the discoveries recounts a saga of nearly 20 years in which the 57-year-old naturalized citizen from Jordan and his family allegedly scammed taxpayer disability assistance funds claiming fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue symptoms, and affective disorders while secreting real estate, vehicles and cash in US and foreign bank accounts.
The complaint also alleges Irsan was receiving taxpayer funds for a son not living in the US, maintained several addresses on the property to facilitate various schemes and once disabled a safety feature on a saw then purposefully cut himself to receive a $75,000 settlement.
Prosecutors also revealed, in connection to the social security fraud and credit card charges against Irsan, that they found more than 200 credit cards with various names and multiple variations of his own name throughout the Irwin Keel home. Arresting officers say they also found more than 40 similar credit cards in his wallet the morning he was arrested.
Western countries continue on with their suicide mission...
That didn’t work for Demjanjuk.
He wasn’t of the “protected classes” of “immigrants”.
It appears that America's journalism incompetence is starting to affect respected UK newspapers.
Or, does 'jailed' mean something else in English in England?
In the UK, “jail” and “prison” are pretty much synonymous AFAIK.
He does have a family right.
He has a right to take his family and live somewhere else.
You are onto something there. They all feel guilty for colonization, so they act the way they do. Maybe the same white guilt logic is applied in America to slavery. Suppose? As far as the blacks finding Allah in prison, I worked 25 years in California prisons. They are still there. I met quite a few of them. I never met a white guy like that, but there may have been some, I just did not know any myself. For many of them, and also for the guys that found the Bible in prison, it was just a means to escape the other inmates. Prison politics being what it is, these guys were generally left alone by the other criminals, and when they paroled, they left their Bibles at the gate.
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