Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by trelawney126, Mar 27, 2013.
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BBC News - Abu Qatada: Government loses deportation appeal
On the plus side, it is nice to see that the wishes of the government aren't (always) above the law.
He needs slotting. I'll pay for the two lumps of lead.
And so it goes on.Another KERCHING!!!!!! day for M'learned friends courtesy of the taxpayer.
I was about to post a similar comment...............having just returned from jury service and seen m'learned friends in action......well....one of them lost .....but he won't starve.
Time for a 7.62 or 9mm headache methinks.
The Russians don't seem to have a problem ditching their gash.
Slowly, slowly, catchy monkey... :twisted:
Slowly is one thing, going backwards is another!
As you've not been around awhile and then turn up after this verdict, didn't have anything to do with you did it?
Strange thing the law and human rights. Try fighting a motoring offense when you are required to admit your guilty is against your human rights and you will fail, you are not allowed a bottomless plt of legal aid. But a known dangerous man to anyone's human rights, has his defended by the public purse? Strange thing the law?
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