The Stansted 15 were a group of 9 women and 6 men who on the night of 28 March 2017 cut a hole in the perimeter fence of Stansted Airport and then arranged themselves around the front landing gear of the aircraft and locked their arms together inside double-layered pipes filled with expanding foam. They also displayed a banner stating “mass deportations kill".
Let's take a look at some of the people they were preventing from being deported, which wasn't widely reported at the time:
The plane contained 60 people who were to be taken to Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone. These included 25 criminals imprisoned in UK jails for offences including murder. Three years on and still 6 foreign criminals remain in the UK because their deportation was blocked. One of those on the flight was murderer Quam Ogumbiyi, who was jailed in 2004 for stabbing a man to death in front of his family in Harringay, North London. Ogumbiyi, then 23, plunged a knife into Ibrahim Asik's chest after wrongly accusing him of burgling his girlfriend's flat. In 2011, Ogumbiyi was given an additional life sentence after he and two others carried out a knife attack on Bosnian war criminal Radislav Krstic in prison. It is understood Ogumbiyi was deported to Nigeria two days after the protesters stopped the Stansted flight.
Following a ten week trial, a jury at Chelmsford crown court found the Stansted 15 guilty of intentional disruption of services at an aerodrome and guilty under the 1990 Aviation and Maritime Security Act. Of course, they appealed the verdict and moaned about the impact of the decision on their lives:
"These terror convictions and the ten-week trial that led to them are an injustice that has profound implications for our lives. They will drastically limit our ability to work, travel and take part in everyday life."
They were later allowed to walk free with suspended sentences and community orders!
British Charities Blocking Deportation
There is now an entire army of around 1,000 British charities assisting immigrants. Not all of these assist illegals in preventing deportation, but many do. To get some idea of the scale of operation working against the indigenous British citizen head over to British Charities Assisting the Replacement Migration.
Blocking Channel Illegal Immigrants
Duncan Lewis Solicitors proudly announced their their legal actions prevented 19 illegals being removed from a Home Office charter flight on Wednesday, the 12th of August 2020:
Labour-backing law firm is blocking Channel migrants from being returned to France, The Sun, 13th of August 2020.
Even though all 19 had previously been through other European countries and should have their asylum claims dealt with under the EU’s Dublin Convention, they were prevented from being deported; refer to Crossing the Channel in a Dinghy - No Asylum Case as to why these illegals have no case.
Home Office deportation flight for Channel migrants abandoned amid legal ‘quagmire’, The Sun, 27th of August 2020.
The whole thing is one big joke. Over 7,000 enter in the first 8 months of 2020, that they know about and only focusing on the channel crossing illegals. And then the Home Office attempts to deport 23 (0.3%) and even these are blocked.
After blocking the deportation of a number of illegals, The Sun newspaper published the following article revealing how the London solicitors firm Milestone (owned by Uma Devi Rajasundram) charges £1,500 for deportation cases, £2,000 for asylum appeals and £2,500 for final appeals:
‘Activist’ lawyers’ ‘shameless touting’ price list to help migrants stay in the UK, The Sun, 29th of August 2020.
UK Law Protects the Channel Illegals Before Its Own Citizens
On the 14th of August the Daily Mail reported on a report released by Migration Watch UK:
Between September 2019 and August 2020, more than 5,466 arrived illegally by boat into the UK. Of these, only 3% or 169 people had been returned.
Between 2017 and 2091, the UK took 3 times as many asylum seekers from other EU states as it sent back: 2,390 arrived but only 786 were returned.
UK law is clearly protecting the illegal immigrants even though the vast majority have no case due to the Dublin Convention; refer to Crossing the Channel in a Dinghy - No Asylum Case.
Rochdale Muslim Rape Gang - Still Not Deported After 10 Years
Shabir Ahmed, 66, Qari Abdul Rauf, 50, Abdul Aziz, 48 and Adil Khan, 49, were among 9 men convicted in 2012 of a catalogue of sex offences against girls as young as 12. Following their conviction 8 judges upheld rulings that all 4 – who each have dual UK-Pakistani citizenship – should lose their UK citizenship rights. However, since then none of the 4 appear to have been deported or be facing deportation:
The UK legal system is a joke. Time and time again we see that it provides better protection to the criminals than to the victims.
Members of the Rochdale Muslim rape gang of monsters.
There are numerous example of the far-left blocking the deportation of convicted criminals:
Somalian Yaqub Ahmed was jailed for 9 years for the gang rape of a 16-year-old girl with three other men in 2007.
In October 2018 his deportation was blocked by passengers on-board a flight from Heathrow. The victim's mother said "They actually made it possible for my daughter’s rapist to be allowed back into the country ."
After the failed deportation he was fitted with an electronic tag and released on bail after a immigration hearing on the 14th of March 2019.
On the 10th of June 2019 he was finally deported.
Deportations Blocked Across Europe
And not just here in the UK. This kind of self-consuming liberalism is going on all over the "Western" world as Muslims abuse and rape juveniles and then these so-called democratically enlightened countries tie themselves up in legal knots. Here's a case from Sweden:
Migrant Who Raped Child over 100 Times Avoids Deportation from Sweden, Breitbart, 13th of August 2020.
The man was found guilty of raping a 10 year old girl over a period of 3 years more than 100 times. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison. The appeals court ruled that while the man was guilty of raping the child, his case did not meet the requirements of exceptional reasons to deport him from the country as the previous court had ruled. Incredible - a court that finds a man guilty of breaking the law and sufficiently protected by the law to prevent him from being deported. The Swedish legal system is as fucked up as the UK's.