An African Migrant who sexually assaulted a child in Uk has been given $150K in compensation by a judge as he felt the home country where he is going to be deported is not obliging to take him. This may come as a shock for many but this incident happened with 8-year-old Guinea native Aliou Bah was convicted on 2 separate occasions of sexually assaulting underage girls, a UK court finally sentenced him to deportation after completing his prison term. However, instead of dealing justly with the migrant child predator, High Court Judge Nicholas Madge has now ordered Bah to be freed and spared deportation, he also granted him nearly $150,000 in compensation because the migrant’s country refuses to take him and he already spent 21 months “too long” in prison, the Daily Mail reports.
Unbelievably, Judge Madge even admitted that citizens would probably believe that Bah’s traumatized child victims deserve the hefty payout instead of their sexual abuser, but stood by his ridiculous ruling, according to The Sun
In what many are calling a misuse of justice, Bah will be paid exactly $147,202 after Judge Madge decided that he shouldn’t have been imprisoned for the 21 months while British authorities tried to carry out his legally ordered deportation. Now, instead of being extradited as the previous court ruled, Bah will be back out on the streets since officials can neither jail him nor remove him from the country.
Bah, who migrated to the UK in 2007, was convicted in February 2011 of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl. He was then jailed for just 18 months and placed on the sex offenders’ register for 10 years before being caught molesting another young woman in 2014.
Although the Home Secretary ordered Bah’s deportation in December 2011, the migrant claimed asylum as a refugee, preventing authorities from carrying out the order. He was subsequently held in prison from January 2012 to March 2013 “pending deportation and again from October 2014 to June 2015. Each time, authorities failed to extradite Bah since immigration officials in Guinea refused to take him. While awaiting deportation that would never come, Bah went on to be again arrested and jailed for beating a woman.
Given his refugee status and the attitude of the Guinea Embassy, there was never any prospect of him being thrown out of the country, Judge Madge said.
Despite Guinea officials refusing to take back individuals who do not voluntarily wish to return to the country, the UK continues to welcome in its migrants, knowing there will never be a chance to deport them in the event that they commit a heinous crime. In fact, not one migrant has been successfully deported to the country since 2006.
A Home Office spokeswoman said, ”People who have no right to live in this country should be in no doubt of our determination to remove them. We have removed more than 41,000 Foreign National Offenders since 2010. We are now considering the judgement but this case does not change the legality of Mr Bah’s status in the UK.”
Additionally, Judge Madge cited Bah’s refugee status, which he believes cannot be revoked no matter how reprehensible or numerous his crimes become.
Europe is so concerned with multiculturalism that it is willing to flood its nations with the most barbaric and oppressive cultures imaginable. As history proves, the more aggressive cultures always eradicate the progressive, tolerant ones if given the opportunity to spread and thrive.
Thanks to Liberalism