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Muslim gang trial – fugitive arrested at airport

A businessman wanted in connection with a bungled gangland hit, in which an innocent shopworker died, was arrested as he stepped off a flight from Pakistan.

Car hire boss Gulfan ‘Gogo’ Khan, has been quizzed by detectives in connection with the murder of Nasar Hussain.

He has now been released on police bail.

Last month, five men were jailed for crimes connected to the murder of Mr Hussain. The 30-year-old had been working behind the counter at Brookhouse Wines in Eccles, Salford in 2009 when gun-for-hire Simeon Henderson burst in and opened fire with a machine gun.

Following the convictions police appealed for three other suspects who they wanted to speak to and who were thought to be in Pakistan.

They included Mr Khan, 36, who had been arrested on suspicion of murder but had skipped bail in September 2009.

The M.E.N has learned that Mr Khan was arrested at Leeds Bradford Airport after police received information that he was coming back to the country.

Officers arrested him as he stepped off a flight from Islamabad.

Detectives from the Major Incident Team quizzed Mr Khan on suspicion of murder before he was granted bail until April.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “Officers investigating the murder of a shop worker at Brookhouse Wines in Salford have made an arrest. A 36-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder at Leeds Bradford Airport last week.”

He was bailed until April 5 pending further inquiries.

Tanveer Akbar and Mohammed Safdar, both 30, are still being hunted by police.

Henderson admitted murder, two other firearms offences and arson before testifying against his associates. He was jailed for life with a minimum of 15 years but this had been reduced from an expected 32 years because he turned supergrass.

Mohammed Hafiz, 43, of Woodlands Road, Cheetham Hill, was jailed for life for his part in organising the fatal shooting, and must serve at least 26 years.

Arfan Rafiq, 26, of Villa Road, Oldham, supplied the murder weapon and has been jailed for life with a minimum tariff of 18 years. Ryan Manning, 22, of Bird Street, Higher Ince and Akmal Afzal, 25, of Bradford Street, Bolton, were jailed in connection with the shooting.

March 4, 2011 Posted by | Court, Muslim, Muslims, Police, thugs | , | Leave a comment

Political Persecution in Britain 2011 – Newcastle Demo 10/3/11

A number of EDL members from Newcastle have been charged with an affray and are due to appear in Newcastle Magistrates court on the 10th March 2011.

The incident occurred at Newcastle Irish Centre, Stowell Street, last September, The monthly SWP (Socialist Workers Party) meet was planned and the EDL also planned to have a peaceful demonstration against those left wing fascists.

From the information I have been given there were a number of EDL members in the public house across the road at the Rosie Malones pub, when 2 EDL members went across the Irish Centre to enquire if the SWP meeting was still taking place one of the EDL members was then dragged into the Irish Centre by one of the doormen and then attacked, when the fellow members from the EDL rushed to help their friend from being attacked by the doorman things then become a little unclear as to what happens next.

What is clear from the information, is that the doorman from the Irish Centre clearly provoked this incident and it can be seen quite clearly from the CCTV footage that this is this case, but unfortunately the doorman has yet to be questioned over this matter?

Whilst at the same time the members from the EDL have all since been arrested initially on suspicion of Violent Disorder which carries a maximum sentence of 5 years imprisonment, the reason this charge was used is so that the Police could raid peoples houses and cart away peoples mobile phones and computers etc.

Initially six EDL members were arrested in the coming weeks and then the Newcastle Evening Chronicle run an appeal with mugshots of 10 other suspects, I have been led to believe that all 10 have either been arrested or handed themselves into the Police.

Yet again this is another politically motivated court case that will cost the tax payers huge sums of money, the corrupt and politicised CPS have initiated Affray charges against a number of people who were present, and a number of these people are quite clearly innocent of any crime as the CCTV footage shows.

Should these people expect a fair trial ? I suspect in Britain 2011 these people will not get a fair trial, how much longer are the British and particularly the English people going to take this and continually allow corruption in all government departments from the top right to bottom.

Not until people start to vote and vote for a new vehicle to express their disgust at the current political elite will anything ever change.

The Newcastle branch of the EDL is planning a static peaceful static demonstration outside of Newcastle Magistrates Court on the morning of the 10th March 2011, I would urge all readers to support this demonstration and help to put an end to political persecution here in England in 2011.

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March 4, 2011 Posted by | Court, Demo, english defence legue, FREE SPEECH, The English Defence League, UAF, UAF/SWP, uk | , | Leave a comment

Why the EDL are Going to Rochdale , Official EDL promo

A LOOK INTO WHY ROCHDALE NEED A DEMO FROM THE EDL
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Now then, I want that text application you have it’s affective. As for what is being said I agree, only the people of Rochdale think that what goes on there is normal. There is much worse to come out from Rochdale yet regarding the pakistani muslims and their exploitation of children. A lot of the crime in the town is being covered up from the media and the only way to get a story is to investigate it yourself. Rochdale is rotten and corrupt to the core and it all has to do with pakistanis.

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March 4, 2011 Posted by | Abuse, Child Abuse, Demo, EDL, islam, Islamists, Koran, paedophile, Rape, Religion of Peace, SHARIA LAW, TAQIYYA, The English Defence League, uk | , , | 1 Comment

100,000 Eastern European migrants now free to claim full benefits in Britain worth tens of millions of pounds after EU ruling

Hundreds of thousands of migrants will gain full access to Britain’s generous benefits system within weeks.

When eight former Eastern Bloc countries joined the EU in 2004, rules were put in place to restrict access to welfare.

But these rules lapse on May 1 and cannot be renewed, raising fears of mass benefits tourism.

After just three months’ ‘residency’ in the country, eastern European migrants will be able to claim hundreds of pounds a week in jobseeker’s allowance, council tax and housing benefits.
Previously they had to work for a full year before being able to claim welfare.

Critics said Labour made a ‘huge mistake’ when agreeing that the rules would last for just seven years and called safeguards ‘paper thin’.

Since the EU expanded in 2004, Britain has experienced its largest ever wave of migration – despite official predictions that just 13,000 workers would want to move here.

Those searching for jobs have been required to pay £90 and sign up with the Worker Registration Scheme, run by the Home Office and Department for Work and Pensions. They were then denied access to benefits until they had completed a full year of work.

More than a million have joined the scheme and figures suggest there are some 625,000 still in work in the UK.

But from May migrants from Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia, Slovenia and the Czech Republic will simply have to pass a ‘habitual residency test’ – showing they have been looking for work for three months.

The only other requirement is that they show benefits officials where they live, prove they want to settle here and show any employment history.

At that point they can get access to a council tax rebate, housing benefit worth hundreds of pounds a week and jobseeker’s allowance of £65 a week.

The change in rules will also lead to a rise in the number of eastern Europeans living in Britain who receive child benefit for children still living in their home country.

Figures last year showed there are already more than 32,000 children living in eastern Europe whose parents receive child benefit in Britain.

Under EU rules, child benefit is paid to all parents in the UK, even if their children have stayed in their home countries.

During the recession the numbers coming in from the so-called A8 countries dropped off.

However, figures released last month showed the number of eastern Europeans coming to work in Britain had risen for the first time in four years. Arrivals who registered with the WRS hit 116,760 – an increase of 7 per cent on a year earlier, when the total was 108,920.

Sir Andrew Green, chairman of MigrationWatch, said: ‘The previous government made a huge mistake in allowing people from much poorer states to claim benefits in Britain once the seven-year transition period ends. Such safeguards as exist are not even paper thin.’

A DWP spokesman denied migrants could ‘just come to the UK and start claiming benefits’. He said: ‘We have strict rules in place to protect the system from any abuse.

‘We will be keeping our benefit rules for people from abroad under review to ensure it’s secure.’
‘We have to remain in line with our national and international obligations.

‘However, it is necessary to protect the taxpayer and the benefit system from possible abuse. This is our number one priority.’

‘We have rules in place to prevent abuse of the benefit system and prevent benefit tourism.’

March 4, 2011 Posted by | Asylum Seekers, Illegal Immigrants, Immigration, uk, UK Border Agency, UK Government, UKIP | , | Leave a comment

Slag gets what she deserves !

Jailed: Bobbie Martin arriving at York crown court where she was sentenced to 18 months for perverting the course of justice

Jailed: Girl, 18, whose rape lies led to the arrest of Afghanistan war heroes.

Two soldiers back from the Afghanistan frontline were falsely accused of rape by a teenage girl hours before a parade in their honour, a court heard today.

The men were woken up to be arrested at dawn and instead of proudly marching through town with their comrades, spent the day in police custody falsely accused of a brutal sex attack.

Bobbie Martin, 18, was found in a ‘distressed state’ by a friend shortly after the alleged late night attack outside the Royal Hotel in Scarborough. She told police one of the men held her down while the other raped her.

In reality it was all a ‘charade’ and ‘wicked lies’ made for no apparent reason against two honourable men who had done nothing wrong at all, the judge said.
Returning war heroes Major James Thurstan and Regimental Sergeant Major Edward Pickersgill of the Coldstream Guards – and who are both married – never laid a finger on the jobless teenager.
They were sitting on a bench eating a takeaway meal when the drunken teenager approached them, flirted and exposed herself.

The court heard they showed ‘considerable restraint’ to humour Martin before walking away and returning to their hotel beds to sleep. It was only when police examined CCTV that detectives realised the soldiers were telling the truth and the attack never happened.

Martin, of Leeds, admitted perverting the course of justice and was jailed for 18 months. Judge Stephen Ashurst told her that her lies ‘could have had devastating consequences’ for the soldiers had police not found the video footage. ‘You put on a considerable show and played the role of the victim,’ he said. ‘It was a complete charade.’

He said the soldiers had no idea why police arrested them. ‘One can only imagine the shock they felt. They had to explain to their families and colleagues how they came to be arrested.

‘Lest it be thought there is no smoke without fire, here there was no fire at all. These men had done nothing wrong at all.’

Major Thurstan and Sergeant Major Pickersgill, veterans of the Iraq campaign, served a six-month tour in central Helmand during which five of their comrades died.

The Coldstream Guards were invited to Scarborough to join the homecoming parade of the 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, with whom they had served, for Armed Forces Day on June 26 last year.

Alan Mitcheson, prosecuting, told the court Martin was drunk after a celebration in town with friends and family. She was briefly separated from her female friend outside the hotel when she chatted to the soldiers. Her friend returned to find her ‘distressed’.

Police were called and Martin was taken to hospital, but refused to have a medical examination. Detectives found her underwear on the grass where she claimed to have been raped. The men had nothing to do with its removal.

The men were locked up for 12 hours, and had fingerprints, DNA and intimate medical samples taken. Mr Mitcheson said: ‘They were embarrassed and distressed, and missed the parade because they were in custody.

‘The Army is a very small place in which rumours spread very rapidly, both men being concerned that the completely false allegations would have an effect on their future careers.’

Martin initially stuck to her story before pleading guilty. Jonathan Devlin, defending, said: ‘Drink clearly played a part. The state of her intoxication was commented on by the two men who had the misfortune to come across her.’ A ‘traumatic’ childhood incident may have contributed, he added.

The judge said he hoped genuine rape victims took comfort from Martin’s punishment, adding: ‘Cases such as this cause serious damage to the interests of genuine victims.’

March 4, 2011 Posted by | Soldiers, UK Forces, Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment

Hit-run asylum seeker to stay in UK

A legal attempt to deport a failed asylum seeker who killed a 12-year-old girl in a hit-and-run crash has failed.


Aso Mohammed Ibrahim, an Iraqi Kurd who was already banned from driving, left Amy Houston dying under the wheels of his car in Blackburn. He was jailed for four months over the girl’s death, in 2003, but allowed to remain in the UK on his release.

The UK Border Agency (UKBA) appealed against the decision, backed by Amy’s father Paul, but that was rejected by two senior immigration judges last year. Mr Houston has been campaigning for years to get Ibrahim deported.

The agency then asked to be allowed to take the case to the Court of Appeal but that attempt has now also failed. The Home Office has said that a further legal hearing would take place in a bid to resolve the matter.

A spokesman said: “We will appeal this decision at an oral hearing. Mr Ibrahim was convicted of committing an offence that led to the tragic death of a 12-year-old child. It remains our view that he should be removed from the UK.”

Ibrahim’s lawyers have argued that human rights laws permit him to stay in the UK, where he now has a family.

Mr Houston, from Darwen, Lancashire, had to make the decision to turn off Amy’s life support machine hours after the crash and the 41-year-old engineer spoke of his frustration at hitting another legal hurdle.

He said: “This is torture for me. It’s an up-and-down rollercoaster that they keep putting me through.

“It is about fairness and about human rights. How can that not be taken into consideration? How can my daughter’s life mean nothing to these people?

“He is a criminal at the end of the day, and it is safe for him to return home. He should do so.”

“The do-gooders guild yet another foreign criminal in gold, silver & UK citizenship. Whilst yet another injustice is served to an innocent victim of immigrant ignorance of our laws, society & social responsibility. He should be sent back to his birth country with his “new” convenient family! he doesn’t deserve the chance to live in the UK. Scum like this should be dealt with as soon as they arrive! KICK THEM OUT, KICK THEM ALL OUT NOW!” – BritanniaParty

March 4, 2011 Posted by | Amy Houston, Asylum Seekers, Blackburn, UK Border Agency | , , , | Leave a comment

Britons ‘on CCTV 70 times a day’

The UK has about 1.85 million CCTV cameras and the average Briton is caught on camera 70 times a day, police figures have suggested.

The new estimates suggest there are less than half the number of cameras in the UK than previously thought.

Deputy Chief Constable Graeme Gerrard, the lead on CCTV for the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo), said the latest numbers, based on a map of CCTV systems in Cheshire, were intended to “inject more rigorous figures into the debate” over Britain as a surveillance state.

The widely-used estimate of 4.2 million cameras in the UK was based on a 1.5km road in a busy shopping district and extrapolated out for the entire UK.

And the previous estimate that the “average Briton is caught on security cameras some 300 times a day” was based on a fictional tour of CCTV hot-spots.

Writing in CCTV Image, Mr Gerrard said: “Eight years after the 4.2 million figure was first published, we now have research that indicates that the figure is less than half this guesstimate. We also know that unless you make a particular point of visiting as many CCTV hotspot areas as you can, you are unlikely to be captured on CCTV 300 times a day.”

He admitted the latest figures were still estimates, but said they showed the number of CCTV cameras in the UK to be around 1.85 million. “And the real figure for the number of times the average person is likely to be ‘caught’ on CCTV in a day is less than 70 – and most of these will be at your workplace or fleeting glimpses by cameras located in shops”.

Earlier this week, the Home Office unveiled plans for a code of conduct to better regulate the spread of CCTV amid fears there will be “unchecked proliferation” without it.

It also said features such as facial recognition and powerful zooms were “coming closer to being an established part of the CCTV landscape” and that cameras were now being used in taxis as “a natural part of industry growth”.

While acknowledging unmanned spy drones were not currently widespread, it added that their use should be considered “within any overarching strategy”.

March 4, 2011 Posted by | CCTV, uk, UK Government | | Leave a comment

St George’s Day could replace May Day bank holiday

The government could scrap the May Day bank holiday and replace it either with a day off on St George’s Day in April or Trafalgar Day in October, according to new tourism proposals.

Moving it to St George’s Day on April 23 would get the tourist season off to an earlier start, while putting it back to the October half term would elongate the tourist season.

The bank holiday around St George’s Day could be a “National Day” holiday while the October one could be either a “UK Day” or a national day to commemorate military victories such as Trafalgar.

The Government will consult on any possible changes and on when to introduce them. There is likely to be no change until 2013.

March 4, 2011 Posted by | St.Georges Day | , , | Leave a comment