Gildas the Monk wrote on in a post on Anna Raccoon blog:
Aso Mohammed Ibrahim came to this country in 2001 from Iraq, seeking asylum. Seeking then the protection of the rule of law and the tolerance of this countrys people. His application for Asylum failed, as did his appeal, but the Supine State did nothing to remove him.
By 2003 he was already banned from driving for 9 months, having been convicted of driving without a licence and without insurance. He was directly flouting that ban when he ran down 12 year old Amy Houston near her home in Darwen, Lancashire, leaving her still conscious but dying beneath his Rover car as he ran away from the scene.
Pausing there, since I have not been able to find any record of Ibrahim having gainful employment, where did the money for the car come from? Why, Ibrahim, do you claim that you can enjoy the peace and security of the protection of the law which this country offers you when you spit in its face by wilfully ignoring it? Why do you think it is right to leave a child sobbing and dying under the weight of your car and not try to help?
Ultimately, Amys father Paul had to make the decision to switch off her life support machine. Ibrahim was sentenced to a pitiful four months in jail (of which he served two), before being released to pursue his criminal career, which he did, racking up more driving convictions, and cautions for harassment, burglary and theft.
Eventually even the Supine State moved into gear and in 2008, six years after his application for asylum had failed, five years after this criminal left a little girl dying beneath the wheels of a car he had been banned from driving, the Border Agency began proceedings to deport Ibrahim on the grounds of persistent criminality.
But in the meantime, and with grim inevitability, the criminal Ibrahim had sired two children.
And thus it came to pass that despite Ibrahims abhorrent behaviour, the Immigration Tribunal ruled that his and his childrens right to a family life under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights meant that he could not now be deported.
In the comment thread somebody posted:
Im proud of my country. What other nation would provide a choice of meals to meet the dietary needs of prisoners from other nations ?
Yeah, I second that.
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