An asylum seeker who raped a 12-year-old girl has been permitted to stay in the country after a judge said deportation would breach HIS human rights!
Sudanese born Sani Adil Ali was imprisoned for raping the girl only months after he was granted refugee status.
Whilst being sentenced, a different judge defined him as ‘a potential danger to young girls’ and placed him on the Sex Offenders’ Register for life.
However, after serving a three-year sentence, an immigration hearing adjudicated Ali could remain in Britain, citing reasons that he COULD be in danger if he was repatriated to Sudan.
Jonathan Perkins, pictured, a chief immigration judge, allowed the monster to remain here, even though reports from the rapist’s probation officers portrayed he presented a risk to young people.
In his judgement, Judge Perkins said: ‘We find that the appellant is still entitled to the protection of the Refugee Convention and the Qualification Directive.
'In any event, removing him would be contrary to the United Kingdom’s obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights.’
Judge Perkins seems to be making a name for himself with his inane decisions, only last month we reported on this site http://www.bnp.org.uk/news/national/i-fought-and-killed-taliban-thats-fine-welcome-britain that he allowed an Afghan Muslim, who said he killed people while fighting for the Taliban, to also remain in Britain.
It has also well documented that Judge Perkins frequently allows foreign criminals to remain in the country because of their ‘right to a family life’ under the Human Rights Act.
Conservative MP for Dover & Deal, Charlie Elphicke, who has proposed a Bill to replace the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights, said: ‘Britain will always be there to provide refuge to those in need. But people who commit crimes here should be sent back immediately.
Right-thinking people in Britain will be appalled that this person will be allowed to stay here. It sums up what is wrong with the European human rights laws.
‘We should have zero tolerance of refugees who commit crimes. Cases like this are why I have tabled a British Bill of Rights so we can control our borders and ensure that foreign criminals and terrorists are deported immediately.’
Ali arrived in Britain in October 2003 and was awarded refugee status 17 months later, but then only two months later he was arrested at his Middlesbrough home for the rape of a 12-year-old Hungarian girl.
Ali raped her and pleaded guilty to one count of child rape, and was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment at Sheffield Crown Court.
Judge Michael Murphy QC, said: ‘I regard each of you as a potential danger to young girls and so each of you will be banned for the rest of your life from ever taking up a job which involves working with children under 16.’
When Ali was released in 2008, the Home Office directed that he was to be sent back to Sudan and he was placed in an immigration removal centre.
No doubt buoyed by the ridiculous Human Rights Act which is a scourge on this nation, Ali appealed to the immigration court and even though a judge rejected his initial bid, he submitted a fresh appeal to the Upper Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
At the Sheffield tribunal, Judge Perkins ruled that deporting Ali, would breach his rights under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which prohibits torture or inhumane punishment and continued Ali could not be deported because he was not a danger to the public, despite reports saying he was, and therefore could not have his refugee status revoked.
The UK Border Agency said: ‘We do not believe this individual needs or deserves refuge in this country.’
A little girl’s life has been ruined forever by this beast from the Third World and yet this judge, yet again, comes down on the side of the perpetrator of a heinous crime and allows another rat to stay in our country in luxury that his Sudanese Zaghawa tribe back home could only dream of, it is a struggle to even begin to imagine how this judge sleeps at night with the amount of blood he has on his hands.
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