Home Office loses Chindamo extradition appeal

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LONDON (Reuters) - The Home Office said on Friday it had lost a second attempt to deport the Italian-born killer of headmaster Philip Lawrence and would now appeal to the High Court.

Learco Chindamo, 26, won an appeal last month which allowed him to stay in Britain at the end of his sentence for the murder of the 48-year-old teacher outside a London school in 1995.

Chindamo's lawyers had used human rights laws to challenge a government attempt to deport him to Italy.

Immigration Minister Liam Byrne said he was very disappointed by the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal's decision to refuse the government's appeal of its earlier ruling.


He said he had instructed officials to apply immediately to the High Court to have the original decision reconsidered.

"The Home Office believes the AIT provided insufficient detail to justify rejecting deportation in this case and gave insufficient weight to the seriousness of Chindamo's original offence when deciding whether he remains a threat to society," Byrne said in a statement.

"Foreign nationals who commit serious crimes should be automatically deported," he said.
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..."Foreign nationals who commit serious crimes should be automatically deported," he said.[/quote]

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At the very least!!! :evil:
 
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well, that just about says it all.

the government cant deport FOREIGN criminals......

maybe, just maybe.......

someone, will do him in.

B@stard. :x
 
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Looks like the Minority rules the Majority in this p#ss take of a c untry
 
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As someone said; no surprize there then.

The European Soviet Union courts say that if a bit of European Soviet Union filth commits murder in GB, then GB must feed, clothe and house the filth thereafter.

Let us get out of Europe faster even than our fathers and grandfathers had to go in to save the festering rat-hole of a lump of land from itself!

Rabid maybe; ranting possibly; right - absolutely!!!
 
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He arrived here as a kid. He has barely ever lived in Italy. He was 'educated' here. Whose fault is he? Ours or the Italians? If he was born a Brit but went to Rome as a kid, grew up there, spoke Italian, murdered someone and went to prison - would you think it was right for the Italians to blame us and send him to the UK?

Don't just accept what this lying government and the Daily Mail tell you. Think about it for a minute. Is there a problem with inadequate sentencing for murder? Is parole appropriate? These are valid questions. Deportation is a smokescreen to stop you asking them...

V-R
 
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Von-Ryan said:
He arrived here as a kid. He has barely ever lived in Italy. He was 'educated' here. Whose fault is he? Ours or the Italians? If he was born a Brit but went to Rome as a kid, grew up there, spoke Italian, murdered someone and went to prison - would you think it was right for the Italians to blame us and send him to the UK?

Don't just accept what this lying government and the Daily Mail tell you. Think about it for a minute. Is there a problem with inadequate sentencing for murder? Is parole appropriate? These are valid questions. Deportation is a smokescreen to stop you asking them...

V-R
Annoyingly I have to agree with your points :evil:

If we 'programmed' him, then we have to deal with the errors committed (sp?). Although I truly believe he should not have been released and should have served his full term.
 

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