HeadTeacher Killer not to be Deported

#1
http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30100-1280591,00.html

yet again this government is demonstrating, just how perfectly, it can screw up the justice system

TW@TS!

sorry if its been posted before.

EDIT: this was the first news story i was old enough to remember at the time, and it really pis*es me off that this is the state the country is heading,

we cant even fuc*in deport to a friendly nation

FU**WITS
 
#2
You are obviously reading a different article from the one you have linked to.

The one I've read clearly says that the Govt are appealing against a court decision..which one are you on about ?
 
#3
The fact that they have to appeal, is a disgrace in itself, the government has the power to change the Human Rights Act, and yet it still refuses.

he is a killer, imprisoned here, at cost to us taxpayers, he should have been deported immediately, and banged up in Italy.

the fact he hasnt is an insult to the Headteacher and his family
 
#4
I agree, but you (they) can't just change it overnight. With the tories suggesting a scrapping of Human Rights and an introduction of a "British Bill of Rights" I think that examples like this, and many before them might just be the push that this Govt need..but they can't knee-jerk react to individual cases.
 
#5
well reasoned Pocoyo, and true,

im just irritated that the government continues to defy common sense and continues to allow this sort of thing to happen

pressure from "Human rights groups" is also a reason, {in my opinion}

bowt time they allowed the human rights of the victim/vitims family to be more important than the conviceted offenders.
 
#6
Unfortunately,even if he were to be deported to Italy,he would have rights to return here,as an EU citizen!
 
#8
I'm sure he will immediately settle down, find a job, raise a family, all without taking a penny in benefits, etc, etc, you fill in the rest.
 
#9
aloysius :with pleasure

Fu**in benefir scrounging, multiple child fathering degenerate scrote, leeching off the backside of this country waiting to be scratched by a irritated nation

why dont you f*ck off back where you were born

too long have we sat here and watched as the immigrants {illegal ones} waltz over, get our housing, get our taxes, father a few more kids, rake in more taxpayers dole, and finally.

decide to either preach hate, and/or march through london demanding citizenship while the police watch these obviously illegal immigrants and do nothing.

spit on the floor do i.
 
#11
I’m surprised that anyone is surprised by this.

Justice for law-abiding citizens and their families in this country was lost years ago when we surrendered meekly and feebly to the hordes of hand-wringers who were allowed to force ridiculous Brussels based ‘Yooman Rites’ on us. His Tonyness and the rest of his horrible rabble should all hang their heads in shame – but they won’t.

Still – at least that vicious thug of a murderer has made sure the ‘system’ has safe-guarded his ‘rights’…….

As for the Govt appealing the ruling.....does that make it OK then...?? No it doesn't. If we hadn't sold our soverignty and right to self-determination down the river, we wouldn't be appealing now.
 
#12
I don’t understand:

The government are elected by the citizens right?

And the governments job is to look after the citizens right?

And this young chap, outstanding member of the community he may be, but he isn’t a citizen.

So how in gods name does he have ANY rights in the UK?
 
#13
bumhole said:
I don’t understand:

The government are elected by the citizens right?

And the governments job is to look after the citizens right?

And this young chap, outstanding member of the community he may be, but he isn’t a citizen.

So how in gods name does he have ANY rights in the UK?

European Human Rights Act I'm afraid. You should read this for a well reasoned argument on the deficiencies of trans-national laws imposed by unelected non-national governments, an example of which you are currently witnessing in the Learco Chindamo case.
 
#14
Very simplistic view but here goes :-

Your a foreign national living in this Country and break the law.....
Next plane home to Country of Origin. The rights and Safety of British Citizens/Taxpayers should ALWAYS come before whatever the bulging waistline beaurocrats of Europe say because they are only interested in lining their own bank accounts.
 
#15
Wonder how long it will be before someone stabs or shoots Learco Chindamo, the Mafia hitman's son?

[Or vice versa he stabs or slots someone else?
 
#16
this guy should be deported and the ERA changes to allow governments to stop scum like this travelling. He is Italian therefore their problem.

We made a huge mistake in getting rid of capital punishment. I would suggest this guy gets a choice, trip home to Italy or a free trip on a rope

same offer should apply to all foreign convicts! feck them, we pay for them for X number of years
 
#18
I heard the Widow speaking on tonights news & I felt for her.Seems the victim & their families are now secondary considerations compared to the rights of the scum who commited the crime!
As soon as I win the lottery,I'm off away from this sinking country.The whole world must be laughing fit to burst over just how soft a touch this once great country has become.
 
#19
I sort of agree and I sort of don't agree with the decision.. so I am in the middle. I think the fact that he remains in this country means that he will be supervised and have to abide by parole etc and if he makes an error he will then go back in the slammer whereas I am guessing but if he is released back to Italy then he is as free as they come meaning he could probably return here anyway without any problems and without the watchful eye on him as they don't have probation/parole.

This country is the pits.. I have experienced this first hand with a member of my family being murdered and saw how well the idiot was treated to the point where he demanded a hot chocolate prior to his sentencing hearing and got what he wanted!!

I give up on it all.
 
#20
Sorry guys, I take your point but I still don’t understand.

The government are elected by the lawful citizens of the nation, and their responsibility is to those lawful citizens, not to some outsider.

We have the same crap herein Australia, where illegal immigrants seem to have more rights than legal citizens. High courts make rulings based upon the rights of people who don’t HAVE any rights in this country. The most basic right is citizenship. If you don’t have that right ALL other rights are null and void.

Learco Chindamo undoubtedly has rights – in Italy where he was born. In the UK it seems obvious he has no rights whatsoever.
 

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