Sunday 8 May 2016

Algerian terrorist suspects can't be deported under EU human rights laws

Six suspected terrorist suspects from Algeria can't be deported because it would infringe their EU human rights.

The Home Office has been trying to deport the 6 Algerians linked to Al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden for a decade and have finally given up after the Special Immigration Appeals Commission ruled against the British government. The legal bills are estimated at around £1m and the cost of keeping the suspects under surveillance at £10m per year every year until they get caught doing something that gets them locked up or they blow themselves up.

The EU Human Rights Act is known as the criminal's charter as it is routinely abused by criminals and terrorists to evade punishment. EU members are required to sign up to the EU Convention on Human Rights and submit to the authority of the EU courts.