Why didn’t the UK Home Office deport him? Maybe to do so would have been “Islamophobic.” The UK Home Office is concerned only with keeping foes of jihad terror out of the country, not jihadis or violent Muslim immigrants.
“Illegal immigrant murdered man in Hyde Park after Home Office repeatedly failed to deport him,” Telegraph, August 24, 2017 (thanks to Inexion):
An illegal immigrant who murdered a carer in London’s Hyde Park had been released on bail six times because he could not be deported, a court heard.
Hani Khalaf, 22, battered 62-year-old Jairo Medina to death before trawling through his belongings and stealing his mobile phone in August last year.
Khalaf was sentenced to a minimum of 26 years in jail as a judge suggested his case should prompt a review of the law.
A retrial at the Old Bailey heard the Egyptian national had sneaked into the country posing as a Syrian refugee and been repeatedly picked up by the authorities during two years sleeping rough and stealing.
Yet he was repeatedly bailed by immigration authorities because of the difficulties in deporting him.
Judge Wendy Joseph QC said Khalaf was sent back into the community time and again and Mr Medina paid for it “with his life”.
She said: “If anyone thinks it right to review it they should have an opportunity to see what the consequences were in this case.
She went on: “It is clear that Hani Khalaf, having absconded, came to the attention of authorities on at least six occasions.
“On each, he was re-bailed because they could not make arrangements for securing his deportation in a reasonable amount of time.”
The result was that Khalaf, with no way of “lawfully maintaining himself”, was released again and again and told to report to authorities, which he never did.
Judge Joseph said he showed “no respect for the law” and became a danger to himself and others, adding: “The extent of that danger is one Mr Medina paid for with his life.”
Khalaf’s trial had heard he arrived in Kent in the back of a lorry in August 2014 and survived by stealing sandwiches from Tesco and sleeping rough in a park.
The day before he met Mr Medina, he was arrested for shoplifting in Regent Street and gave police the false name he had previously given to immigration officials.
He appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court and was bailed hours before the killing….