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Romanian criminals allowed bail to travel to UK

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Piss taking politicians and judiciary, really is sickening.

 

The Ministry of Justice said: “We can’t comment on decisions made in Romania.”

 

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4744449/romanian-criminals-allowed-bail-to-travel-to-uk-and-eu-laws-ban-deporting-them/

CRIMINALS are being dumped by Romanian courts on Britain — and they then use EU human rights laws to stay here.

Villains including gangsters, smugglers and cash machine crooks are given permission to travel here while on bail.

 

They then get legal aid to hire lawyers who block their extradition on the grounds standard two-metre square Romanian jail cells fall foul of EU human rights law.

A Sun investigation has revealed Romanian judges are allowing the travel on the flimsiest of excuses — to take a holiday, see relatives or even go to a pigeon fanciers’ fair.

British authorities are powerless to deport them after a landmark European Court of Justice ruling opened the floodgates last year.

Ciggie smuggler Cioanca Catalin had his 16-month jail term delayed so he could go to a pigeon fanciers’ event in the UK.

 

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I a member state of the EU is so horrid that other EU states can't send them back, then they should be forced to spend their time in nice jails in Strasbourg, not in jails in (and at the expense of) the country that can't extradite them.

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6 minutes ago, dgul said:

I a member state of the EU is so horrid that other EU states can't send them back, then they should be forced to spend their time in nice jails in Strasbourg, not in jails in (and at the expense of) the country that can't extradite them.

Or the EU could do something really radical and compel them to build larger cells as a condition of membership.

Does this mean I could not be imprisoned in Romania?

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9 minutes ago, eight said:

Or the EU could do something really radical and compel them to build larger cells as a condition of membership.

Does this mean I could not be imprisoned in Romania?

Don't be silly.  You are British. No one give a flying what happens to you. 

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A couple of weeks ago ITV Tonight reported on gangs of jewel thieves from Romania being very successful until recently.

They apparently graduate from a school for scoundrels over there before bringing their innovative tactics here.

Some are still at large, others arrested and convicted - sent to serve their time in Romanian prisons.

EU - From the end of the world to your town.

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“When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.”

- The Don

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The crime rate is shooting up due to the recent and not so recent arrivals.

These are two stories Ive read today. No special searching. Just the headline stories on bbc ,Hull + YP website:

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-41739004/what-have-you-done-to-my-son

' Liliya Breha’s son Alex was killed by Michael Iheanacho last year while he was on probation. The Ministry of Justice has apologised for failings in this case. '

 

http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/hull-east-yorkshire-news/special-report-six-months-question-674170

 

'Today marks six months since the mysterious disappearance of mum-of-two Renata Antczak

...

Her husband Dr Majid Mustafa and another man Robert Lipinski were arrested in connection with her disappearance and were due to stand trial at Hull Crown Court for conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm, and conspiracy to administer a noxious substance. '

 

http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/12-men-appear-at-sheffield-magistrates-court-accused-of-44-historical-child-sex-offences-1-8822665

'12 men appeared at Sheffield Magistrates' Court this morning, accused of 44 sexual offences that are alleged to have taken place between 1998 and 2003. The men, all aged between 33 and 38 appeared in court charged with 44 child sexual abuse offences including rape, indecent assault, supply of controlled drugs and false imprisonment as part of the National Crime Agency’s (NCA) Operation Stovewood.'

You can have a good guess on he surnames.

 

 

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16 hours ago, onlyme said:

Piss taking politicians and judiciary, really is sickening.

 

The Ministry of Justice said: “We can’t comment on decisions made in Romania.”

 

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4744449/romanian-criminals-allowed-bail-to-travel-to-uk-and-eu-laws-ban-deporting-them/

CRIMINALS are being dumped by Romanian courts on Britain — and they then use EU human rights laws to stay here.

Villains including gangsters, smugglers and cash machine crooks are given permission to travel here while on bail.

 

They then get legal aid to hire lawyers who block their extradition on the grounds standard two-metre square Romanian jail cells fall foul of EU human rights law.

A Sun investigation has revealed Romanian judges are allowing the travel on the flimsiest of excuses — to take a holiday, see relatives or even go to a pigeon fanciers’ fair.

British authorities are powerless to deport them after a landmark European Court of Justice ruling opened the floodgates last year.

Ciggie smuggler Cioanca Catalin had his 16-month jail term delayed so he could go to a pigeon fanciers’ event in the UK.

 

Apart from anything else how is it justice.

Edited by twocents

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