Sunday, 22 May 2011

Judges block Home Secretary from deporting convicted terrorist

A convicted terrorist banned from Britain for being a risk to national security has been stopped from being deported by the courts.

Lord Justice Pill, Lord Justice Rix and Lord Justice Lloyd backed the terrorist's right to be in Britain while he mounts an appeal. Lord Justice Pill commented that denying him access to Britain could lead to "potential injustice". The case puts the judiciary and the Government at loggerheads once again, and comes after the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge, warned MPs against using parliamentary privilege to reveal the identities of those who have obtained injunctions to protect their privacy.

My comment: Welcome to broken Britain where idiotic Judges put the rights of terrorists and rich footballers who play away from home above the rights and freedoms of the public and our elected representatives. 

Last year the total pay bill for all judges in England and Wales came to £290 MILLION and one of them was even allowed to handle cases by email and telephone so they could go on holiday to Tenerife. Which is probably a lot safer than holidaying in Britain where they may meet one of the many wrong 'uns they decided to let off. Karma must be a real worry for many judges.

Read the full story from the source The Telegraph

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