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UK: Somali criminal wins court damages for unlawful detention, weeks later convicted for assaulting woman…….


Nice one…….

Somali thug, 41, who won damages for botched deportation is jailed just weeks later for assaulting a woman

  • High Court ruled Abdi Yusuf was eligible for damages for being detained unlawfully 
  • Weeks later he was convicted of assaulting a defenceless woman in the street 
  • Yusuf had been detained after completing a previous jail term because he was considered at high risk of absconding and offending again 
High Court ruled Abdi Yusuf was eligible for damages for being detained unlawfully

High Court ruled Abdi Yusuf was eligible for damages for being detained unlawfully

 

A Somalian thug has made a mockery of deportation procedures by winning a compensation battle – and then continuing his one-man crimewave.

 

Weeks after the High Court ruled Abdi Yusuf was eligible for damages for being detained unlawfully pending deportation, the 41-year-old created more trouble.

 

He was convicted of assaulting a defenceless woman in the street and has been jailed for six months. Yusuf had been detained after completing a previous jail term because he was considered at high risk of absconding and offending again.

 

But after securing his release from an immigration removal centre and launching a court bid for compensation, he went on to commit a further violent offence. His latest jail term is likely to hold up his deportation until at least next year.

 

The case raises further questions about the system for kicking out foreign criminals.

 

At huge expense to the taxpayer, Yusuf has been fighting to stay in the UK since completing a four-year jail sentence for assault in 2012. Sources believe the state is facing a six-figure bill for compensation, court, legal and detention costs.

 

Yusuf came to London legally in 1989 sponsored by an aunt, Maryan Hassan. In 1992, when he was 17, he was granted indefinite leave to remain in Britain.

 

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