Friday, January 19, 2007

An African asylum seeker who cold-bloodedly murdered two women may never be deported

Anthony France:

Angolan Roberto Malasi, 18, shot dead mum-of-two Zainab Kalokoh, 33, as she cradled a baby at a christening party.

As she lay dying in a community centre at Peckham, South London, he and three other men robbed terrified guests of handbags, wallets and jewellery.

While on the run 14 days later he repeatedly stabbed pastor’s daughter Ruth Okechukwu, 18, in the street for “disrespecting” him.

Malasi can be named for the first time after admitting the second murder at the Old Bailey yesterday. He faces life in jail.

But Home Secretary John Reid will face a court battle to deport him.

Experts warn his lawyers could claim that the notoriety of the case would make him more likely to face persecution in war-torn Angola.

Ruth’s mother Pauline, 52, said: “It would be a disgrace if he was allowed to stay here.”

A Home Office spokesman said: “We seek to deport foreign nationals as early as possible into their sentences.”

A teenager has admitted stabbing to death an 18-year-old student - two weeks after shooting dead a woman cradling a baby at a christening

4 Comments:

At 2:41 AM, Blogger Martin said...

Adam

Apart from hanging him, of course, perhaps the best course of action the UK could take with this type of offender is deporting him to his country of orgin's former colonial power - in this case, Portugal.

Make him the Portuguese problem.

 
At 5:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Experts warn his lawyers could claim that the notoriety of the case would make him more likely to face persecution in war-torn Angola"

Why should anybody be concerned if he is persecuted in Angola. It sounds like his lefty lawyers are afraid that if he actually gets sent back, he might get the fate he deserves, i.e. the rope. It sounds like the Angolans don't take any shit when it comes to punishing criminals (most 3rd world nations don't). That is what these leftists are worried about, that he might actually face justice instead of BS multi-culti feel good therapy. I am convinced that if the US was to ship those convicted of certain crimes back to Africa, the streets would be safe.

 
At 2:32 PM, Anonymous Hank said...

Send the SOB back to the turd world where he belongs.

 
At 2:45 PM, Anonymous Tony said...

Make him the Portuguese problem

Unfortunately, the way borders are "protected" in the European Union, he would probably end up back in Britain in a couple of months.

 

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