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JackieO

Heathrow passengers prevent Somali Criminal deportation

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5 minutes ago, the gardener said:

Simple solution. Gag the fucker.

Arrest all those passengers who obstructed justice. Maybe stick them on a plane to Somalia.

I hear you!

But our fucking government does not! :PissedOff:

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If the man was not properly restrained and in a position to disrupt the flight or endanger the plane, I wouldn't be happy about flying with him.

I expect most deportations go without a hitch.

Perhaps we just need a transport plane for this sort of thing. Put them in the unpressurised cargo hold.

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58 minutes ago, the gardener said:

Simple solution. Gag the fucker.

Arrest all those passengers who obstructed justice. Maybe stick them on a plane to Somalia.

yes his screaming would upset kids and men and women of low moral fibre,the problem being the phones the passangers are carrying they could have wristlocked him and given him something to moan about

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Put him on a military flight in a cell and take him directly to Somalia. Land, open the door, kick him out and then take off again.

Job done.

The people who obstructed his removal should be deported to Somalia as well for good measure.

Edited by Errol

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59 minutes ago, Happy Renting said:

If the man was not properly restrained and in a position to disrupt the flight or endanger the plane, I wouldn't be happy about flying with him.

I expect most deportations go without a hitch.

Perhaps we just need a transport plane for this sort of thing. Put them in the unpressurised cargo hold.

no doubt we have military planes going into africa on a daily basis,he could be taken with them has cargo.and the 4 officials flying with him could be downgraded to 1

27 minutes ago, Errol said:

Put him on a military flight in a cell and take him directly to Somalia. Land, open the door, kick him out and then take off again.

Job done.

The people who obstructed his removal should be deported to Somalia as well for good measure.

that will teach me  to read every reply

Edited by stokiescum

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3 hours ago, Errol said:

Put him on a military flight in a cell and take him directly to Somalia. Land, open the door, kick him out and then take off again.

Job done.

The people who obstructed his removal should be deported to Somalia as well for good measure.

Not sure the plane would need to land, the rest is spot on 

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12 hours ago, the gardener said:

Simple solution. Gag the fucker.

Arrest all those passengers who obstructed justice. Maybe stick them on a plane to Somalia.

Charge them for the ongoing criminal detention at a grand plus a week. Plus if he gets out they can pay the bennies.

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I’ve said before that anyone granted asylum should be entered into a lifetime behavioural contract. If after they are granted asylum they are convicted of a crime that could attract a sentence of 4 years or more then once their sentence is completed they are deported immediately on their release from prison. With no right to appeal, if they want asylum they need to demonstrate they can behave in a civilised manner. 

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On BBC breakfast this morning when they do the papers run through. 

Would love to be a fly on the wall at the homes of any of those white knights when that comes on the stupid box. 

Eating their cornflakes surrounded by their family, maybe even a 16yr old daughter here or there. Then that awkward moment, everyone turns to the cuck that rode in on his white horse and says "daddy, why did you want to protect that bad man?"

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