In normal times it should be an easy call, but these are not normal times.
Asylum bid by Libyans in sex rampage: Three soldiers jailed following night of vile assaults demand right to stay in the UK
Demand to stay: Ibrahim El Maarfi, Khaled El Azibi and Mohammed Abdalsalam, (pictured
- Ibrahim El Maarfi, Mohammed Abdalsalam and Khaled El Azibi want to stay
- Trio jailed after they hunted in ‘pack’ to attack three women in Cambridge
- Soldiers escaped barracks, stole bikes and cycled to city to target women
- After less than a year in jail they have been released to immigration centre
Three Libyans jailed for molesting women in a drunken rampage are seeking asylum in Britain.
The soldiers, who have served short sentences in UK prisons, are thought to be using legal aid to lodge their claims.
They say they risk persecution if sent home because their crimes have brought Libya into disrepute.The case shows yet again how human rights laws can scupper the deportation of foreign offenders. left to right) have been convicted of sexual assaults in the UK and are now seeking asylum