Police killer suspect fled Britain in a veil

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Police killer suspect fled Britain in a veil
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A man who was being hunted for the murder of a policewoman is understood to have escaped from Britain by disguising himself as a veiled Muslim woman.

Mustaf Jama, a prime suspect in the fatal shooting of PC Sharon Beshenivsky, assumed his sister’s identity — wearing the niqab and using her passport — to evade supposedly stringent checks at Heathrow, according to police sources.

The use of the niqab, which leaves only a narrow slit for the eyes, highlights flaws in British airport security. At the time, Jama was Britain’s most wanted man, while Heathrow was on a heightened state of alert after the 7/7 terrorist atrocities in London five months previously.
 
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Random_Task said:
Police killer suspect fled Britain in a veil
Times Online
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The use of the niqab, which leaves only a narrow slit for the eyes, highlights flaws in British airport security. At the time, Jama was Britain’s most wanted man, while Heathrow was on a heightened state of alert after the 7/7 terrorist atrocities in London five months previously.
I am sorry but this is wrong, It highlights the flaw in our society where we tolerate people to hide their faces. No matter whatever the reason for covering your face, whether it be religion or disfigurement….. there will always be the time where you have to reveal your face and yet we are not enforcing it.

I had been waiting for some scum to realise that they could rob a shop/bank in the niqab which would totally stuff the police in looking for suspects, depending on the area of the country of course. Although a murder suspect fleeing the country is maddening, the cops are left powerless by a totally ineffectual governing body that is too timid to tackle the issue head on.

BG
 
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i remember when liam averill escaped from the maze during the christmas party in 97. dressed up as a woman and walked out to the coach with all the wives and children :)

necky fucker.
 
#5
OldTimer said:
If this is true it just about sums up the state of this country under B Liar.
The human rights act only applies to scum
News 24 (15:20) has just had a West Yorkshire policeman on saying this may be true - in other words they do not know.

But of course our noble press had a photoshop........ er, a photo :roll:
 
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It highlights the flaw in our society where we tolerate people to hide their faces.
I would have thought it shows the benal illusion of safety people fall for. Its dangerous to bring a 125ml item of shower gel into a plane but perfectly acceptable to not show your face at a passport check. I do not think this is a muslim issue but a security one.
 
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he was an asylum seeker from Somalia, jailed for three years for robbery but NOT deported because the wishy washy immigration twots were of the opinion that it was too dangerous for him to be sent back home... and a copper has to die for their fluffy view of the rights of asylum seekers even those that turn to crime when they get here!!

sickening absolutely sickening!!
 
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Random_Task said:
Police killer suspect fled Britain in a veil
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A man who was being hunted for the murder of a policewoman is understood to have escaped from Britain by disguising himself as a veiled Muslim woman.
Someone else of a dubious nature sneaked out again when bad news
got released. Kind of becoming a habit me thinks
 

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This appears to be police spin,latching onto recent 'veil' controversy.A leak to be sure(and not from Wales)
 
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I referred You earlier to a West Yorkshire detective who said there was a possibility of the bloke escaping as a woman in a veil, apparently (according to Newsnight) he ended by saying 'it is also entirely possible that he escaped disguised as a pantomime horse'

Newsnight, by the way, is pretty disparaging of the idea.

It can be seen here


So there is hardly any chance of Jama getting out of the country in this way
 
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Sven said:
I referred You earlier to a West Yorkshire detective who said there was a possibility of the bloke escaping as a woman in a veil, apparently (according to Newsnight) he ended by saying 'it is also entirely possible that he escaped disguised as a pantomime horse'

Newsnight, by the way, is pretty disparaging of the idea.

It can be seen here


So there is hardly any chance of Jama getting out of the country in this way
maybe there is a possibility that he didnt, maybe even a srtong possibility at that, however what makes you so sure that there is hardly a chance?
 
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geo7863 said:
Sven said:
I referred You earlier to a West Yorkshire detective who said there was a possibility of the bloke escaping as a woman in a veil, apparently (according to Newsnight) he ended by saying 'it is also entirely possible that he escaped disguised as a pantomime horse'

Newsnight, by the way, is pretty disparaging of the idea.

It can be seen here


So there is hardly any chance of Jama getting out of the country in this way
maybe there is a possibility that he didnt, maybe even a srtong possibility at that, however what makes you so sure that there is hardly a chance?
The fact that a detective equates the possibility to that of him escaping in a pantomime horse outfit - for starters.

The Newsnight article for another
 
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Hmm,
I do remember this morning when it first came up that there was mention of him using his sister's passport. Pretty precise that one!
Even the woodentops in SB should be able to figure that one out (in the past tense) and start digging out manifests. Or perhaps not.........
 
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harrythebastard said:
Hmm,
I do remember this morning when it first came up that there was mention of him using his sister's passport. Pretty precise that one!
Even the woodentops in SB should be able to figure that one out (in the past tense) and start digging out manifests. Or perhaps not.........
So follow the arguement through.

If they cannot discover his method of exit, and yet it would be so easy to check if He used his sisters identity, it means that ..........
 
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RFUK said:
I don't think it matters if it happened or not. The fact that it COULD happen is what annoys me.
Watch the article - guy in Immigaration says that there is only a slim chance of it happening (he might even be something big in Immigration)
 
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RFUK said:
A slim chance of them being unable to identify a person who is free to pass through customs without showing their face?
I thought that women in face covering veils have to show their face to a female customs/passport control officer?

I know that is how it is done in some places, is it not the same in the UK then?
 

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