CRIMINAL ASYLUM SEEKER SUING GOVERNMENT OVER NIGHTMARES CAUSED BY POSSIBLE DEPORTATION – It’s perfectly true and just when you thought that it couldn’t get any worse along comes another ridiculous case that will no doubt end up costing the taxpayer a huge sum of money.
The situation is such, that a Somalia criminal enters the UK and claims asylum. Incredible enough a high court judge, due to the ludicrous Human Rights Act grants him leave to stay until a court date can be set to determine his fate.
Not happy with this, Abdiraham Ajab, regardless to this extensive criminal recorded, is now suing the British Government stating that his detention and possible deportation has caused him to experience nightmares which has resulted in being psychologically scarred. He is now seeking compensation to the tune of £50,000.
Until now Abdiraham Ajab, at the expense of the British Taxpayer, has been held at an immigration centre for 8 months while the Government decides on whether it can or cannot deport him, which in turn, according to his lawyers left him with a number of mental health problems.
Abdiraham Ajab has in fact been living in the UK since 1996 where he was convicted for armed robbery and sent to prison. Upon his release he managed to block yet another deportation order and was then provided with a flat in Tower Hamlets, East London, at the expenses of the taxpayer.
Abdiraham Ajab, to his own admission wants to go back to Somali and is hoping that winning his case, and the £50,000, would allow him to buy some land and live a comfortable life. However, according to Abdiraham Ajab it is the Government who are refusing to let him leave, which has bought about the psychologically scaring.
While the Home Office refused to talk about any particular case they did point out that he was free to leave at anytime.
Is it me or has the UK finally lost all touch on reality. Why does anyone bother to work just to fund a system that is completely gaga?
Here again I am forced to say what I keep on saying… It’s time the British people forced the Government into a number of referendums on the EU, the Human Rights Act and the Borders Act. Come 2014, with the Right of Free Movement, this situation is going to increase drastically of which could finally see the final coffin nail being hammered firmly in the casket of what we know as the United Kingdom.