He has served in the British Army for four years with an ‘exemplary record’, but Poloko Hiri has now been ordered out of the UK – because of a speeding offence.According to the UK Border Farce, a speeding offence shows 'bad character'. Enough to wipe out his service to this country, it seems.
He had been doing 81mph in a 50mph roadworks zone at 1.30am.I'll eat this keyboard if there was anyone actually working in that zone at 1:30 in the morning!
A man who raped and sexually assaulted a 13-year-girl after plying her with drugs and alcohol has been jailed for eight years. Rawad Bastawi was found guilty of abusing the underage teen over a number of days at an address in Whitehawk, Brighton.OK, deport him to wherever his ancestors hail from (no, not Brighton) and keep Sapper Hiri.
AP, you are expecting those who make these sort of judgements to be sensible and of sound mind. Regrettably, over the years, they have quite clearly demonstrated that they are neither of those.
What we have to do is to make sure that we have enough rope for these petty people, not just the mindless morons who gave them the jobs.
To his credit, I suspect that Poloko Hill will actually defend the idiots against those like us.
This is just one more example of the inmates having taken over the asylum. Serve this country, risk your life, commit a minor offence which is not even a criminal act - no crime number; no criminal record; a fine and points on a driving licence - end of story. However, the ultra liberal/loony left consider this more serious than that of (in their social outlook) a misguided act by a poor, misunderstood, asylum seeker thanking us for taking him in by savagely sexually assaulting a female, who probably was asking for it anyway! It's a shame that these useless parasites, and I'm talking abou those same loony left/liberal cretins here, couldn't be sent back to whichever country the rapist came from originally. Quite a few years ago, a colleague and I arrested an asylum seeker for theft, burglary and GBH. At the time he claimed not to speak English. In the holding pen, waiting to be booked into custody, my colleague mentioned that the (then) Home Secretary - Jack Straw - had suggested that any asylum seeker who committed a recordable criminal offence, would be deported, together with any dependants, and any appeal they made was to be from the country they were deported to. Apart from chummy, who claimed not to speak English, I was the only other person in the holding pen. When booked into custody, the claim about not speaking English continued, though the prisoner produced a card which gave the details of a well known (legal aid funded) defence solicitor. In interview, which included a (publicly funded) translator, the solicitor suddenly challenged my colleague about the comments he had made in the holding pen regarding deportation. When asked where he had received that information, the brief refused to answer but stated that a complaint would be made regarding false information made in the presence and hearing of his client - a bloke who claimed he could not speak English! Such is the Justice system in this country where social experiments take precedence over everything else. Despite Police objections as his identity and place of abode could not be verified, the magistrates granted bail, upon which he subsequently disappeared into whichever community he belonged to. And you wonder why the Police despair!
I've just realised that by moving around this bloke's letters from his name, it comes out as (using a Scottish accent helps) "Awa wi bastard".
Obviously had he been a rapist he could have claimed under human rights for a family life with "the child of his former girlfriend" and how come he can't claim fear of persecution back home for something that is not illegal in this country (ie joining a foreign [British] army)?
"To his credit, I suspect that Poloko Hill will actually defend the idiots against those like us."
We don't deserve him. Lord knows what we did to deserve t'other one!
"...commit a minor offence which is not even a criminal act.."
"... how come he can't claim fear of persecution back home for something that is not illegal in this country (ie joining a foreign [British] army)?"
Well, precisely! :/
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