Monday, July 03, 2017

Refugee who tried to poison supermarket food remains in Britain SEVEN years after the boot

Sahnoun Daifallah
This refugee is still in Britain seven years after being ordered out of the country
Sahnoun Daifallah is estimated to have cost taxpayers at least £250,000 while fighting attempts to deport him. 
The poisoner was told he would be booted out in 2010 while serving a nine-year sentence. 
Using a weedkiller bottle, the chemist had sprayed a mixture of urine and faeces over food, wine and children’s books in several shops and a pub in Gloucestershire.
Daifallah, 50, got his deportation papers when he was freed in 2013 but since then he has been locked up in an immigration centre. 
There have been two judicial reviews. 
His legal bills are around £100,000 and his 54 months at an immigration centre has cost £155,000.
 Alex Wild, of the Taxpayers Alliance said: “There are far too many cases like this and the cost cannot be justified when the public finances are in such a dire state.” 
His lawyers now argue he has been so long in custody, he should be freed. 
The Home Office said foreign criminals “should be in no doubt of our determination to deport them”

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