The compassionate and the African criminal: how the good British prevented the deportation of a Somali

The compassionate and the African criminal: how the good British prevented the deportation of a Somali

Categories: Africa | Europe

The world is not without kind people — this truism was confirmed with great irritation by the British deportation service, who tried to expel a visiting citizen of distant Somalia from the UK through Heathrow airport. The passengers came to the defense of a black young man, whom the heartless satraps were going to return to the dangerous and fascinating world of the African continent.

The compassionate and the African criminal: how the good British prevented the deportation of a SomaliSource: Daily Mail

The airliner departing from London to Istanbul became the arena of the struggle for human rights when the news swept through its salons that a modestly dressed dark-skinned boy, closely squeezed between two big men with official faces, was being deported from a well-fed European country to his homeland, Somalia.

The compassionate and the African criminal: how the good British prevented the deportation of a SomaliPassengers got up from their seats and began protesting against the inhumane actions of the Interior Ministry officers sending a young man to a country where there is a bloody civil war. In the video, filmed by eyewitnesses, it is clearly audible in the cabin shouting: "Get him out of the plane! Bring him out!"

The compassionate and the African criminal: how the good British prevented the deportation of a SomaliThe culprit of the event also did not stand aside and realistically burst into tears, muttering through tears that he was leaving his native family, who lives in London, forever. Yielding to public pressure, the responsible persons took the upset Somali out of the plane to the approving hum of the tolerant public, which soon departed for the shores of the Bosphorus.

Few of the uninvited defenders guessed who they had to intercede for. A frail, frightened boy with a shock of curly hair turned out to be 29-year-old Yakub Akhmet, who arrived in the UK in the early 2000s as an official refugee. Despite the happiness that fell on him, the Somali did not lead a measured lifestyle of an emigrant and soon committed a crime.

It was here that kind passengers intervened in the fate of Yakub Akhmet, who did not allow the decision of the immigration service to happen. Unfortunately, the British shouting at the whole salon did not know that during Yakub's "imprisonment", 300 thousand pounds (more than 25 million rubles) had "sailed" out of taxpayers' pockets. It was in this amount that the maintenance of the rapist cost the budget of the Kingdom.

The compassionate and the African criminal: how the good British prevented the deportation of a Somali

Keywords: Britain | Immigrants | Passengers | Somalia

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