seeker from Congo rapes 4-year-old thanks to Human Rights Act
convicted sex attacker raped and violently molested two young girls as
he fought deportation on human rights grounds," said the Daily Mail.
asylum-seeker (from the Congo), aged 39, subjected the two young girls
to disgusting sexual abuse before and after he was jailed for raping a
the girls in question was just 4 years old.
recently described it as "remarkable" that the asylum seeker had not
been thrown out of Britain already.
Mail described the difficulty in deporting him:
"Officials were ordered to
deport Danga at the end of his sentence but he frustrated their efforts
after losing his passport. He was then freed on immigration bail while
he challenged the move on the grounds that he had a right to a 'family
life' because he had children with a young girlfriend. The case is the
latest in a string of outrages in which dangerous foreign criminals
have used European [Human Rights] laws to continue living here."
months ago a Nigerian rapist, Akindoyin Akinshipe, escaped deportation
after European judges ruled he had a right to a 'private life' in
many others, he used Article 8 of the 'Human Rights Act' to claim the
right to a 'family life'!
reason Britain cannot deport these foreign criminals is because of
'Human Rights' legislation that severely handicaps our ability to get
rid of foreign criminals from our shores.
European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), and its UK offshoot, the
'Human Rights Act', has led to sanctuary for foreign criminals, even
terrorist suspects, compensation for drug addicts denied narcotics in
jail, and now, most disturbing, paedophiles are to be guaranteed
unsupervised access to their children.
convention is also behind the drive to give prisoners the vote.