24 February 2012

The perculiar case of Qatada and Tappin

The British Government wants to sort its priorities out!

Why has Abu Hamza not been extradited to America yet for setting up terrorist training camps there? Instead him and his family sit back comfortably protected by their army of human rights lawyers funded by the British tax payer while fighting extradition. Also living off of the tax payer in their £800,000 London home and funding their family clan with benefits from the Social Security system.

You wonder why there is a 'revolt' coming...

Osama Bin Laden's ambassador to Europe Abu Qatada cannot even be deported back to Jordan, yet we ship off hereditary UK citizens at the drop of the hat because they do not have an army of human rights lawyers playing the legal Democratic system against itself as part of the jihad.

Has the UK already been taken over from within?

Further reading: Theresa May - Hero or Villain?

Daily Mail

  • 65-year-old denies trying to sell batteries for missiles destined for Tehran
  • 'I could be 100 before I get out... I'll never see my own home country again'
  • 'If I was a terrorist I would not be going to America. It's a disgrace'
  • Golf club president will be held in notorious Texan jail crammed with gangs
  • Case echoes the plight of 46-year-old Asperger's sufferer Gary McKinnon

  • Retired British businessman Christopher Tappin was today flying to a notorious jail in Texas to await trial after losing his two-year battle against extradition.

    Mr Tappin, who is accused of conspiring to sell components for Iranian missiles, met marshals at Heathrow police station before being flown to the U.S. where he could face 35 years in jail.

    Mr Tappin, 65, said this morning that he had fewer rights than the extremist hate preacher Abu Qatada who has been allowed to stay in the UK. Qatada was once described by a judge as Osama Bin Laden's right hand man in Europe.

    Touching a walking stick with his weeping wife Elaine at his side, Mr Tappin said today that his treatment had been a 'disgrace'.

    Moments later he was ushered onto a waiting jet where he was handcuffed. He will land at 4pm and spend the evening in a notorious deep south prison 'run by gangs' as he awaits trial.

    Continue reading: Tappin extradited

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