Once again we find another egregious example of British INjustice - this time the British people (especially the victim) are to have muslim serial rapist, Mohammed Kendeh, 22, inflicted upon them because deporting the scum would be against HIS human rights.
Kendeh has used the Human Rights Act to resist all attempts to deport him back to his native Sierra Leone – despite admitting responsibility for at least 11 sexual assaults as well as a number of street robberies. Even though Kendeh was refused British citizenship - because of his appalling criminal record - he has been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK. He has no family in Sierra Leone and nobody to stay with there. BOO-HOO (see article below)
Clearly British/EU laws, particularly the inane Human Rights laws, are backwards as they places the rights of criminals over and above the safety and rights of the British people.
Aside from the laws there is also a definite pattern of British judges going easy on muslim criminals. Some other recent examples of this:
Judge rules illegal alien pedophile, Nural Islam, 35, "not a threat to society" after Islam admitted 10 counts of committing a sex act on a 12 yr old girl over three years. Islam allowed to remain (illegally) in England.
Political asylum seekers & pedophiles:Juma Saleh, 19, Mohamud Jimale, 20, Dawt Kefle, 18, and Mahder Zeregergis, 19, found guilty of sexually attacking 2 - 13 yr. old girls. Cost the British taxpayers £25,000 in legal aid and £125,000 for the interpreters. "The gang now await sentencing and could face deportation once they are released from prison, though Judge Joy said it would be difficult to find a country that would welcome them." Translation = chance of deportation = ZERO.
Mahmoud Miah, 28, found guilty of abducting 15 yr old girl. He later went kneebent begging to the girl to drop charges - tried to bribe her with money. Shouldn't have bothered: " Judge Mushtaq Khokar, sentencing, called the matter a "very serious offence", and said that normally a custodial sentence would be given. He told Miah he would spare him jail and added: "I am sure that these proceedings would be difficult for your family."
Restaurant owner, Rafiqul Islam, 26, pleaded guilty to sex act on a customer's 9 yr old son by putting his hand inside the front of the boy's pants. Judge Michael Mott told Islam "When families take their children out to a restaurant they do not expect them to be assaulted by a member of staff." Nevertheless - NO jail time-only a suspended sentence.
Failed asylum seeker, Aso Mohammed Ibrahim, 31,who left a young girl dying under the wheels of his car after a hit-and-run accident has been freed to the disgust of her family. Aso Mohammed Ibrahim was due to be deported after his applications for asylum and citizenship were kicked out. The 31-year-old Iraqi Kurd has been released on bail from custody while he makes yet another appeal to stay in the UK. He says it is too dangerous for him to return to his homeland.
All of the above are sickening and incredibly outrageous - but what do you expect in a Country where distraught mothers had to beg police to stop muslim pedophiles from preying on their young daughters.?
Human rights laws are also used - time and time again - to protect Islamic terrorists, living in Britain. Causing many to believe the these laws are a positive invitation and incentive to foreign terrorists to flock to Britain — the one country in the world from where they know they won’t be sent back.
The British government & judiciary have been dhimmified with a capital D. British judges have become muslim apologists as they continuously treat muslim perverts and criminals with kid gloves. In doing so, these judges repeatedly prove that they place a greater value on multiculturalism and political correctness and place little to no importance on protecting the British people - especially the women and children. Couple this with the idiotic Human Rights Act and you have a clear disaster for the British people as their own legal system has placed them in danger.
Isn't it time to stop this insanity?
Article in full:
Gabrielle Brown, the victim of a terrifying sexual assault by a foreign criminal, has spoken of her anger at how he has used the Human Rights Act to remain in Britain
Running along a canal towpath in preparation for the London marathon, Mrs Browne, a mother-of-two, was dragged off the path and into the undergrowth by a teenager who grabbed her around the throat, struck her in the face, forced her to the ground and then sexually assaulted her.
Convinced she would be raped, Mrs Browne, fought back, kicking her attacker hard and as a stranger approached, the youth ran off."I was in fear of my life. I thought he was going to kill me. I was sure he was going to rape me," she says, as the memories come flooding back.
"I remember running along this canal path where I always ran. I just remember this man approaching me from behind a blind corner. He stepped out in front of me, blocking my path and asking me the time.
"And then he just grinned at me and I remembered thinking 'oh no'. I took one more step but his right arm came out around my throat. I can still feel his arm coming around my neck but then I don't have any recollection of what happened next but I must have been dragged 100 to 150 metres.
"I don't know if my mind went blank or I lost consciousness for a few minutes but the next thing I was aware of him shoving me up against a wall with his head braced against my chest and his body at 90 degrees.
"His whole focus was on removing my lower clothing. I realised I had my hands free and I hit him hard. He then hit me in the mouth – I don't know whether that was with his fist or his head. But then he threw me to the ground and pulled down my clothes.
"He started sexually assaulting me but finally I just got my legs free and I started kicking him as hard as I could. Then I heard somebody approaching and he just ran off."
Her assailant was caught by police later that day – but rather than being the end of her ordeal, it was just the beginning. Mohammed Kendeh, now aged 22, has used the Human Rights Act to resist all attempts to deport him back to his native Sierra Leone – despite admitting responsibility for at least 11 sexual assaults as well as a number of street robberies.
It leaves Mrs Browne distraught to know Kendeh is still in Britain when – but for the Human Rights Act – he should be thousands of miles away languishing in west Africa – and no longer a danger to her or other women.
"It makes my blood boil," says Mrs Browne, who has waived her right to anonymity as the victim of a sexual assault to speak out against Kendeh.
"He is allowed to stay here because to send him home would breach his human rights. But nobody seems to care about my rights when he tried to rape me. Nobody cares about the other women he has attacked."
Six years on from the assault, Mrs Browne, now aged 44, remains deeply upset. She has had to move house and refuses to enter parks alone.
"Kendeh has dramatically altered my life. Prior to him attacking me although I lived in a fairly rough area of London, I felt comfortable with my life and my surroundings," explains Mrs Browne.
"Now I still suffer from a fear of being alone and at the same time I also fear being in a crowd of people because I never know who is quite there."
Every time Kendeh nears release – he has been in prison for most of his adult life – she suffers panic attacks, unable to sleep at night and gripped by terror.
Kendeh first went to prison aged 15 and has been barely out of jail since, often being caught within weeks of release.
This Friday he is due to be sentenced for his latest crime, having pleaded guilty last month to robbery during a short hearing at Croydon Crown Court. Kendeh robbed his victim in Bromley in south east London on July 17 having walked out of High Down prison in Sutton in Surrey exactly three weeks earlier where he was completing his sentence for the sex attack on Mrs Browne, an IT worker in the City.
The Home Office tried to deport Kendeh in 2007 for the sex attack on Mrs Browne but Sir Henry Hodge, then the country's top immigration judge, who has since died, ruled that deportation breached the offender's right to a family life under article eight of the Human Rights Act – even though he agreed that Kendeh's conduct was 'most revolting'.
Kendeh had come to Britain at the age of seven and had been brought up by his parents in south London. His lawyers successfully argued Kendeh should not be sent back to Africa.
Kendeh, who was refused British citizenship because of his appalling criminal record, has been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK. He has no family in Sierra Leone and nobody to stay with there.