June 16, 2017
A refugee convicted of a serious sex offence with a 13-year-old girl cannot be sent back to his home country because deportation was ‘not fair’ on him, Appeal judges have ruled.
They said that Wilfred Mosira can stay in Britain despite his crime and even though there is no threat to his safety or freedom in his native Zimbabwe.
Three Appeal judges accused Home Office lawyers of confusion over Mr Mosira’s status as a refugee and of acting too late in the saga of the long-running case when they finally put forward proper arguments for his deportation.
I agree that deportation would be unfair. “Fair” would be for the monkey and the “judges” to all have a seat on one of these:
Lord Justice Sales said ‘it is not fair to Mr Mosira’ for the Government’s lawyers to raise ‘at the eleventh hour’ the arguments that could have seen him thrown out of the country.
The case of the paedophile sex offender who dodged deportation because of legal technicalities was made public a day after the Daily Mail revealed that an Al Qaeda terrorist caught with manuals detailing how to attack nightclubs and airports has been given £250,000 in legal aid to try to avoid being deported to Jordan.
I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that Britain is a country where you can get arrested and imprisoned for being mean on the internet, and that happens on a regular basis.
A key reason that 31-year-old Mr Mosira can now remain in Britain is that lawyers representing Theresa May, who was Home Secretary when the deportation case began, argued that he should be sent home because he would not face real persecution in Zimbabwe.
But, the judges said, Mr Mosira had never been given refugee status on the grounds that he was in any danger in Zimbabwe, and so the Home Office lawyers had been making the wrong argument.
In fact, the Appeal ruling found, Mr Mosira came to Britain under a short-lived scheme operated by Tony Blair’s government which allowed children of refugees to be recognised as refugees themselves.
So now being a “refugee” is something passed along in your genes, kinda like hollowcost trauma?
His mother, the judges said, had been recognised as a refugee in 2001 not because she was in any political trouble but because she wanted health treatment on the NHS.
She was recognised as a refugee, Lord Justice Sales said, ‘purely because of the lack of medical facilities available in Zimbabwe to treat her medical condition as HIV plus.’
During the course of the next three years the case went through three immigration tribunal hearings.
During these cases lawyers for Mr Mosira said he would face ill-treatment if returned to Zimbabwe, because he was associated with the MDC opposition movement.
Tribunal judges however found that he was not associated with any political movement and faced no danger from President Mugabe or his supporters.
They also noted that he and his mother had travelled to Zimbabwe in 2010 for his father’s funeral without trouble.
In 2014 a probation officer reported that Mr Mosira posed a high risk of committing further sex offences, the Appeal judges said.
But by 2015 his probation officer had revised her opinion and said he ‘posed a low likelihood of re-offending’ and was in ‘a healthy and supportive relationship with a partner.’
“Justice” Sales, one of the faggots worried about the welfare of nigger rapists
After the Brits deal with the kikes and their dark hordes, they’re gonna have to get rid of all the judges, lawyers, cops and everybody else who keeps this demented system alive. Treason to one’s people has been taken to such unparalleled heights that only a bloodbath of the same scale can save that country, and the West in general.The Day of the Rope can’t come soon enough.