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Court Rules On Abu Hamza Extradition To US

Posted at 10/04/12 - 12:04 AM


Human rights judges will rule later on whether to allow the Government to extradite radical preacher Abu Hamza to America to face terrorist charges.


A final ruling on six extradition cases is expected.


The verdict will effectively pass judgment on whether America's treatment of terrorist suspects could amount to "inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment" in breach of the European human rights code.


Hamza is serving a seven-year sentence in Britain for soliciting to murder and inciting racial hatred.


He has become the focus of growing concern over human rights rulings from Strasbourg which ministers claim could compromise national security.


The European Court of Human Rights halted extradition proceedings in July 2010, arguing it needed more time to consider complaints that transferring Abu Hamza and others wanted in the US risked breaching their rights by exposing them to possible life imprisonment without parole and solitary confinement.


Egyptian-born Hamza was granted British citizenship in 1986.


( Rest of the article via the link above )


Editor's Comment:  A number of points -

First, this piece of filth is correctly known as Abu Hamza al-Masri.

Second, the EU has him parked up in a UK jail by blocking his immediate extradition to the US, while at the same time raising no objection to the extradition of a Scottish hacker to the same place.  If that isn't a double standard I don't know what is.

Third, laws are meant to be made for the protection of the citizens of a nation; with al-Masri due for release after his seven-year jail term is up, that protection cannot be guaranteed.  When a law does not meet the needs of the people it is meant to protect, that law needs to be changed as a matter of urgency.

Fourth, Article 3 of the ECHR provides for his immunity from solitary confinement and torture.  In view of the numerous crimes that he has committed he should have no human rights, except possibly to choose the colour of the rope that he wants to swing from by his foul neck when they take the trapdoor away. Non-humans and sub-humans do not have human rights, and this creature ranks lower than slime in the view of the great majority of British people.

Fifth, UK citizen calls for his immediate removal from the UK have not been actioned by the UK government - yet another example of how they refuse to do the bidding of their employers, the British public.

Sixth, if France and Italy can arbitrarily remove foreign criminals from their soil without interference from the ECHR then there is no possible reason why the UK government cannot do the same.

Author: Editor

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