UK politicians, law officials and bureaucrats screw UK taxpayers yet again.
They couldn’t care less. Whoever was responsible for awarding this piece of crap a million pounds should be prosecuted for aiding and abetting the jihad.
Freed British Guantanamo Bay prisoner awarded £1million compensation after legal fight led by Jihadi John apologists CAGE is held over terror killing
Arrested: Ex-Guantanamo Bay prisoner Jamal Kiyemba, 36, a former Leicester University student, was detained in Kampalaover the brutal murder of top female prosecutor Joan Kagezi
- Jamal Kiyemba, arrested over killing of Uganda’s top female prosecutor
- The 36-year-old Ugandan national grew up in London from age 14
- Arrested in Pakistan in 2002 and held at Guantanamo Bay until 2006
- After his release he claimed he had admitted to terrorism under torture
- Awarded £1m compensation over human rights abuse claims
A former Guantanamo Bay prisoner arrested over the terrorist killing of a top female prosecutor in Uganda had been awarded £1million in compensation by the British government following his release.
Jamal Kiyemba, 36, was detained in the Ugandan capital Kampala in connection with the death of Joan Kagezi, who was killed in front of her children days before a major trial against Islamist terror network Al-Shabaab.
Kiyemba, a Leicester University pharmacy student who grew up in London, was held at Guantanamo Bay for four years and awarded the huge payout after being released.
The 36-year-old is one of 16 former Guantanamo prisoners awarded a £20million payout from the British taxpayer over claims of false imprisonment and human rights abuse.
His case was championed by Muslim human rights group CAGE, whose director infamously branded ISIS executioner Mohammed ‘Jihadi John’ Emwazi an ‘extremely gentle, kind, beautiful young man’.
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