UK: 26-Year Old Syrian Child Refugee From Guinea Who Raped Two Girls to Receive £110,000 Compensation

Daily Stormer
December 8, 2017

Nicholas Madge, the “judge”

And nobody will do anything about it… Because opposing retarded subhumans invading your country, raping your women and living off your money is pure hatred.


An African refugee who was jailed twice for sex offences was awarded £110,000 in compensation for having to stay in prison for “too long”.

Guinean native Aliou Bah, 26, was imprisoned twice for serious sexual assault — once against a 16-year-old girl — but was awarded the compensation for being detained for 21 months longer than his original prison sentences whilst the Home Office fought for his deportationreports The Sun.

The West African joined his refugee father in the UK in 2007. In 2011, he was convicted of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl, was jailed for 18 months, and put on the sex offenders’ register.

Why was its so-called father a refugee?

Was the Syrian civil war raging in Guinea in 2007 too?

He then went on to commit another sex attack against a woman and was jailed for two years in 2014.

Following both periods of imprisonment, Bah was detained for a total of 21 months “pending deportation”.

However, the judge presiding over the case, Judge Nicholas Madge, ruled the periods of detention after his sentences had expired were unlawful. Given the West African’s refugee status and as the Guinea Embassy refused to issue travel documents, there was no prospect of him being deported, Central London County Court heard.

The newspaper reports that then-Home Secretary Theresa May had signed the deportation order in December 2011, unaware that he was entitled to be treated as a refugee.

Judge Madge ruled Bah had a right to receive justice and was due compensation because of the Home Office’s incompetence.

When this Madge maggot isn’t actively sabotaging his own country, he does photography books and gives the money to niggers.


In June, Breitbart London reported that a Somali immigrant, who was set to receive compensation from the government for being “unlawfully detained” whilst awaiting deportation, went on to be jailed for beating a woman after he was released.

And in April, a judge ruled that an illegal immigrant convicted of attempted rape should be awarded £27,000 because he was held in immigration detention for too long whilst authorities tried, unsuccessfully, to deport him.

What can I say?