"Bin Laden's 'right-hand man' set for life on British benefits after judges rule deportation would breach his human rights"

"Terror suspect Abu Qatada cannot be deported to Jordan because he risks not getting a fair trial, judges ruled today.

They overturned a decision by a special panel last year that the extremist cleric, who is known as Osama bin Laden's “right-hand man” in Europe, could be sent to his home country.

The Home Office may even have to free Qatada if the Law Lords and European judges uphold the decision of the Court of Appeal and he cannot be brought to trial."

Its time to end the farce of treating this problem as a conventional law-enforcement issue. Either that, or admit that we're not serious about prosecuting the war against islamists.
Unelected liberal judges who put the "rights" of defendants ahead of protecting the citizens live in a privileged cocoon and seem to believe they have some special insight which entitles them to put our lives and our societies at risk.

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