- Call me Dave is "Fed Up" apparently.
If he can only cycle, perhaps he’ll turn up on here debating the age old 26/29er and geared or single speed options? And if he does manage to gain employment, where he’d spend his CTW scheme voucher. Whether Gore do a weatherproof Thobe that’s hi-vis, and the pros of converting to SPD sandals. All tongue in cheek, some of my best friends are suspected terrorists!Posted 5 years agokimbersSubscriber
crankboy – Member
I’m quite proud that our judges are prepared to take a stand against torture and quite ashamed that so many in this country think the rule of law and the prohibition on torture should own benefit those they approve of .
youd think after blair, straw, d milliband & co and their shameful record with renditions etc that this government might take a more principled approachPosted 5 years agowreckerMember
Interestingly (or not) the human rights watch chap was hopeful that the fact that Jordan want him so badly, and the publicity of this case could apply pressure to Jordan to denounce torture (which is a good thing obviously). Before this is scoffed at, he also said that it had worked in other countries in recent times. It won’t have a bearing on this case but could at least have a positive effect.Posted 5 years agoMr WoppitMember
then he’ll have no cause to spout his bile about
That is so far beyond naive and stupid, you couldn’t see it with Hubble…
I think we should keep him here for the rest of his natural. We would know where he is, monitor his communications and neuter his terrorist activities completely, then there’d be no need to worry about torture-based evidence.
The only thing that was missing on his return to the house where he’s living was someone to step forward and stick a custard pie in his smirking face. Imagine THAT image going viral.Posted 5 years agocRaNkEnStEinSubscriber
I respect the judical ruling, however much it grates, for upholding the liberal principles we are fortunate to have in this country.
It would seem to me that the terms of his bail are sufficent to nulify his ability to be a threat. We should ask Jordan for a financial contribution towards his retention in this country and simply forget the whole affair until there is enough legitimate evidence to put him on trial.
Afternote: I am quite surprised that the terms of his bail have been sanctioned despite an apparent lack of legitimate evidence required to deport him for trial or to place him on trial here. Any innocent man should rightly be indignant with the curtailing of his liberties under these conditions. Perhaps this will be the next legal challenge used to rub our noses in this wholly unsavoury affair.Posted 5 years agowreckerMember
I think we should keep him here for the rest of his natural. We would know where he is, monitor his communications and neuter his terrorist activities completely,
I think he’s cost us enough. Someone else can take a turn funding him.
I don’t know this newspaper, so can make no comment on it’s political standpoint but even if it half true, he can foxtrot right oscar.
£100K per week in surveillance on top of the £3M in legal aid on top of his benefits? No wonder he’s smiling.Posted 5 years agoCoyoteSubscriber
Much as I find his outpourings vile, weasley and offensive, especially considering that we are all contributing to his benefits bill, we have the concept of free speech in this country. If he is suspected of incitement, charge him. If he is suspected of hate crime, charge him. If he is suspected of doing *anything* illegal, charge him. If not, let him go. Detaining him only reinforces his stance in the mind of his deluded followers. We have had years to put a case together FFS! Alternatively, let him go, put him under surveillance and as soon as he commits an offense, nick him!Posted 5 years ago
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