Wednesday, 31 March 2010

The Judicial System is Insane

Read this headline from this article

Rapist avoids deportation so that he can marry in Britain

A convicted rapist facing deportation has won a High Court battle to be allowed to stay in the country to get married.

How in gods name can this be allowed to happen?

An extract

Alphonse Semo, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo, threw his victim on a rubbish tip when he had finished with her.

But on Monday evening he won the right to remain for his wedding just hours before he was due to board a plane back to Africa.

A judge said it was difficult to have any sympathy for Semo, who was jailed for eight years, but he must be allowed to stay.

Why must he be allowed to stay?

Just because he wants to get married shouldn't be justification to let him stay in this country.

An extract;

The judge said the Home Secretary would have to reconsider later, after the marriage, whether to make a fresh attempt to deport him.

That would engage issues of EU law as his bride-to-be, Bunsana Kalonji, is a refugee from the Congo who became a German national.

The pair have a long-established relationship. Ms Kalonji is in the UK, exercising her right to work here under Community law.

Once married, the pair are expected to claim that Semo is legally entitled to remain in the UK as the spouse of an European Economic Area national entitled to free movement within EU member states, including the UK.

So once married he is legally entitled to remain in the UK and have free movement with in the EU.

Fine, just one question.

What about the rights of the woman who this scum raped.

What about the rights of the law abiding people of this country to feel safe.

Once again the criminal's rights take precedent over the victim's rights.

If this woman, really wants to marry this scum then take him to live in Germany, but I bet Germany will some how refuse him entry.

Once again we are being screwed by the EU regulations.

We used to have a justice system in this county, but due to so many new regulations and the in-human rights act it is turning into a joke.

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