Human Rights - Just not for you Lot

The widow of murdered headmaster Philip Lawrence bitterly condemned the Human Rights Act last night after his killer used it to stay in Britain. The Home Office wanted to deport Learco Chindamo to Italy, where he was born, after he becomes eligible for parole next year. But immigration judges ruled that expelling the 26-year-old, who has an Italian passport, would breach his right to a "family life" - something he denied Frances Lawrence and her four children.

Chindamo, son of a vicious Italian gangster and a woman from the Philippines, came to the UK at the age of six. He was 15 when he stabbed Mr Lawrence to death as the brave headteacher tried to stop an attack on another teenager outside his school in Maida Vale, West London. Chindamo was jailed for life for murder in October 1996 and told he must serve at least 12 years. Source.

MK - His lawyer thinks this fellow is "...a very reformed, very nice, very thoughtful person." Apparently he's planning to become a nurse now. Read the full article to see what a charming fellow this Chindamo is, this crime was just the tip of the iceberg, why this piece of excrement was given life but eligible for parole in 12 years is beyond me. Don't deport him if there isn't enough bone density for that, just throw the key into the Thames and let him play nurse to his fellow inmates till the end of his days then.

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