Tuesday, May 18, 2010

No rough treatment for British terrorism suspect

A Pakistani accused of plotting terror mayhem in Britain cannot be sent home:

The alleged leader of an al-Qaeda plot to bomb targets in north west England has won his appeal against deportation.

A special immigration court said Abid Naseer was an al-Qaeda operative - but could not be deported because he faced torture or death back home in Pakistan.

It's ironic that a terrorist plotter cannot be sent home because he might be "mistreated".


Anonymous HRT said...

The company commander of G company, 10 RAR has won his appeal aginst being sent to fight in Afghanistan.

A special caring and sharing court has found that while Major Flummox was a soldier, he could not be sent to war as he faced wounding or death.

5:49 AM  

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