Ndingeko’s parents were born in Zimbabwe, although Mrs Kunene is now a British citizen.Just another part of our wonderful diversity, so enriching this country, eh?
Mr and Mrs Kunene, of Erith, south-east London, were told by the judge, Mr Justice Singh, on Monday that he was “considering all [sentencing] options” .Thank goodness Erith is no longer ‘hideously white’…
And also Thamesmead, where the enrichment has gone a little askew:
Mohamed, who lived in the flat opposite Mr Greenway, came to the UK as an asylum seeker in 1997 to escape war-torn Somalia.
Since then, he has had periods of significant mental illness which required in-patient treatment. He was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia which was later changed to bipolar disorder and required medication.
The court heard Mohamed had become violent two times after he stopped taking his medication - although none led to convictions.And clearly, none lead to his removal from the country. Not even to a re-evaluation of his asylum status. Nor will this case even raise an eyebrow in the offices of the chattering classes who fret over ‘injustices’.
Judge Stephen Kramer QC told Mohamed: "It is clear to me that particularly if you stop taking your medication, you pose a serious risk to members of the public."
He ordered Mohamed to be detained under sections 37 and 41 of the Mental Health Act at the Bracton Centre in Dartford.More taxpayer's money down the drain.