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Fury as jailed East Lancashire sex attacker wins deportation fight

Lancashire Telegraph: DUE FOR RELEASE: Zulfar Hussain was convicted of abducting and exploiting two vulnerable under-16 girls in Blackburn and Burnley DUE FOR RELEASE: Zulfar Hussain was convicted of abducting and exploiting two vulnerable under-16 girls in Blackburn and Burnley

A FOREIGN national who abducted underage girls and sexually exploited them has been told he can return to East Lancashire when he comes out of jail.

Campaigners said they are outraged that Pakistani citizen Zulfar Hussain has won a court fight to stay following his imminent release from jail.

Hussain has won an appeal against deportation following his conviction for abducting and exploiting two vulnerable under-16 girls in Blackburn and Burnley.

Local campaigner Paul Houston, whose daughter Amy was killed by an illegal immigrant, said the news that he had been allowed to stay was 'appalling'.

And Blackburn MP and justice minister Jack Straw called the move 'concerning' and backed the Home Office's decision to appeal Hussian's bid to stay in the country.

Hussain, who previously lived in Cowell Way, Blackburn, with his family, was jailed in August 2007 for child abduction, sexual activity with a child and supplying youngsters with ecstasy.

He is due to be released ‘imminently’ as he is around halfway into a five years and eight months sentence imposed at Preston Crown Court.

Authorities had been set to deport him along with his fellow paedophile Qaiser Naveed, 34, formerly of Colne Road, Burnley, who admitted carrying out the same offences on under-age girls.

The Lancashire Telegraph understands that both men are still in prison, but are due to be released very soon.

Naveed - also a Pakistani national - is not opposing his deportation and will be kept in custody and will be sent to a high-security ‘Immigration Removal Centre’ which deals with serious offenders.

He will be detained there until he is deported to Pakistan.

However, Hussain, 48, successfully appealed against his deportation order, the Home Office said.

He is thought to have lived in the Blackburn area with his wife and children for around 10 years.

The Lancashire Telegraph also understands that the Home Office is currently appealing that decision to ensure Hussain is also sent to a immigration removal centre on his release from prison.

Hussain and Naveed were both ordered to sign the sex offender’s register for life and banned for life from associating with girls under the age of 16.

The case was one of the first major investigations into child sexual exploitation by the Engage team, formed after the Lancashire Telegraph’s Keep Them Safe campaign raised awareness of the issue.

The two girls had become involved in sexual relationships with the two older men who would take them to houses in Blackburn and Burnley, picking them up in Hussain’s BMW.

Police described the girls as ‘vulnerable’, with one living in a children’s home and another taken out of foster care after repeated truancy and placed in another home in Wales.

The men groomed them over several months, plying them with alcohol and drugs.

At sentencing, Judge Andrew Gilbart QC said: “This is a truly shocking offence.

"When young girls such as these are placed in care it can be because they need protection from themselves. They need nurturing. They need help.”

A Home Office spokesman confirmed that they are seeking to appeal the decision to allow him ‘leave to remain’, saying: “We always seek to remove those foreign nationals who break the law, focusing on the serious offenders as a priority.”

Blackburn MP and Justice Secretary Jack Straw said: “I'm very glad that the Home Office is appealing.

"If they had not, I would have been straight on to the Home Secretary Alan Johnson and he would have insisted on an appeal.

“We already passed legislation that if foreign nationals commit offences of this seriousness they will be deported and we want to see the courts enforcing that.”

Mr Houston, who is still campaigning to have Iraqi illegal immigrant Aso Mohammed Ibrahim deported, said: "It is difficult to understand a system that lets people like this remain in the country.

"They are foreign nationals and have no right to be here if they commit such dreadful crimes.

"It is disgusting to think this man will be back in East Lancashire. Anyone would say it cannot be right.

"We are being betrayed by the system in this country."

Coun Michael Law-Riding said: "I do think this man should be deported.

"One of the issues we need to look at closely at is how we can ensure that the right to a family life does not stop us protecting the community from foreign nationals who need to be deported due to criminality."

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5:19pm Sun 18 Apr 10

caballo says...

Perhaps one of the vacuous pretty boys can ask Gordy about this in the next debate. Labour - Soft on crime, soft on the causes of crime!!!
Perhaps one of the vacuous pretty boys can ask Gordy about this in the next debate. Labour - Soft on crime, soft on the causes of crime!!! caballo
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5:48pm Sun 18 Apr 10

Chris P Bacon says...

That's got to be right up there amongst the top ten most despicable failures of our country's legal system. It's as though more rights are given to criminals than victims and as though the pervert's vote is hungrily sought by the sitting MP. Disgusting, absolutely disgusting. Surely there must be a way to show our disgust to the politicians about sickening stuff like this?
That's got to be right up there amongst the top ten most despicable failures of our country's legal system. It's as though more rights are given to criminals than victims and as though the pervert's vote is hungrily sought by the sitting MP. Disgusting, absolutely disgusting. Surely there must be a way to show our disgust to the politicians about sickening stuff like this? Chris P Bacon
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6:32pm Sun 18 Apr 10

ste.g says...

as far as i am concerned they gave up their human rights the minute they did these unatural,dispicable acts.there is no reason whatsoever to stop them being deported.they are guests in this country and should have acted accordingly.they knew the rules when they arrived in this country but chose to ignore them.
so get them out before they get chance to groom some more poor kids.
as far as i am concerned they gave up their human rights the minute they did these unatural,dispicable acts.there is no reason whatsoever to stop them being deported.they are guests in this country and should have acted accordingly.they knew the rules when they arrived in this country but chose to ignore them. so get them out before they get chance to groom some more poor kids. ste.g
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6:59pm Sun 18 Apr 10

Stone Island says...

This must be the ONLY country in the world where this could happen.
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May 6th can't come soon enough. Then we can get rid of these bungling buffoons that have ruined this once great country.
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LABOUR...Putting scum first.
This must be the ONLY country in the world where this could happen. . May 6th can't come soon enough. Then we can get rid of these bungling buffoons that have ruined this once great country. . LABOUR...Putting scum first. Stone Island
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7:22pm Sun 18 Apr 10

Akki says...

The other immigrant must be gutted he didnt appeal, probably thinking there would be no way they would be allowed to stay.
The other immigrant must be gutted he didnt appeal, probably thinking there would be no way they would be allowed to stay. Akki
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11:34pm Sun 18 Apr 10

retired one says...

There should be no messing around, they should be deported immediatly. They lost their rights when they committed these vile offences.
Send the scum back to where they came from.
It would be a different story if a white person had committed these crimes in an Asian country. They would have been killed before it came to court.
Too many do-gooders protecting the criminals.






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There should be no messing around, they should be deported immediatly. They lost their rights when they committed these vile offences. Send the scum back to where they came from. It would be a different story if a white person had committed these crimes in an Asian country. They would have been killed before it came to court. Too many do-gooders protecting the criminals. s retired one
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11:44am Mon 19 Apr 10

Mr Hussain says...

Oh FFS this is the final STRAW. Get this clown out this country, he really doesn't serve any purpose here AT ALL.
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This country really is doomed if we carry on having results like this. I hope he is beaten to pulp, words can't express how angry I am at reading this story. WHAT IS THIS GOVERNMENT DOING!?
Oh FFS this is the final STRAW. Get this clown out this country, he really doesn't serve any purpose here AT ALL. . This country really is doomed if we carry on having results like this. I hope he is beaten to pulp, words can't express how angry I am at reading this story. WHAT IS THIS GOVERNMENT DOING!? Mr Hussain
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12:30pm Mon 19 Apr 10

excaliber says...

The link to your "Keep them Safe" campaign doesnt lead anywhere.

Should it not be this:
http://www.lancashir
etelegraph.co.uk/new
s/campaigns/keepthem
safe/826902.We_launc
h_campaign_to_help_v
ice_trap_children/

Where you state:

"... an Evening Telegraph investigation revealed that up to 100 girls between 12 and 16 in East Lancashire had been targeted by gangs of older predatory males predom-inantly Asian in the last year."
The link to your "Keep them Safe" campaign doesnt lead anywhere. Should it not be this: http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/campaigns/keepthem safe/826902.We_launc h_campaign_to_help_v ice_trap_children/ Where you state: "... an Evening Telegraph investigation revealed that up to 100 girls between 12 and 16 in East Lancashire had been targeted by gangs of older predatory males predom-inantly Asian in the last year." excaliber
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12:39pm Mon 19 Apr 10

vintageclaret says...

Stone Island wrote:
This must be the ONLY country in the world where this could happen. . May 6th can't come soon enough. Then we can get rid of these bungling buffoons that have ruined this once great country. . LABOUR...Putting scum first.
Come May 7th There won't be any difference. It's not Govt. that calls the tune in this country but the nameless,faceless bureaucrats together with:-

a) The fatcat lawyers who specialise in these so called Human Rights (One of foremost is Grabba Cherie - ever wondered why her husband eagerly rushed to sign up to it?)
b) Interfering do-gooders who put the criminal's interests before the victim. I think it used to be that if anyone broke the law of the land they gave up ALL rights. If it was it should be re-instated if not it should be imposed. This way all stupid and costly appeals would be negated. The other major factor is that Solicitors should not be allowed to advertise, especially under the "No Win, No Fee" scam. Again this is something they were not allowed to do previously
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island[/bold] wrote: This must be the ONLY country in the world where this could happen. . May 6th can't come soon enough. Then we can get rid of these bungling buffoons that have ruined this once great country. . LABOUR...Putting scum first.[/p][/quote]Come May 7th There won't be any difference. It's not Govt. that calls the tune in this country but the nameless,faceless bureaucrats together with:- a) The fatcat lawyers who specialise in these so called Human Rights (One of foremost is Grabba Cherie - ever wondered why her husband eagerly rushed to sign up to it?) b) Interfering do-gooders who put the criminal's interests before the victim. I think it used to be that if anyone broke the law of the land they gave up ALL rights. If it was it should be re-instated if not it should be imposed. This way all stupid and costly appeals would be negated. The other major factor is that Solicitors should not be allowed to advertise, especially under the "No Win, No Fee" scam. Again this is something they were not allowed to do previously vintageclaret
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1:23pm Mon 19 Apr 10

AnimalReid says...

This is a total over-reaction!!
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This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society.
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We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did.
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The government must support him.
This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him. AnimalReid
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1:32pm Mon 19 Apr 10

vintageclaret says...

AnimalReid wrote:
This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.
See what I mean??? All the do gooders who put the perpetrators interests first come out of the woodwork.

What I would suggest to AnimalReid is
a) Go and see the effect it has had on the children
b) Talk to their parents
c) If you are truly so concerned I recommend that i) He is deported along with any of his ilk ii) Because you are so worried, show your concern and accompany them on their way to give them the appropriate counselling and teaching you think is required (By the way also when doing so look around at how children are treated over there and see if it copares to the treatment, care and protection we expect children to receive in this country.
d) MOST IMPORTANT; Really come out of the woodwork, show your true colours and show which human rights solicitors you work for. THEN CAREFULLY CONSIDER how the abused chidrens rights have been abused by this sort of filth which is what they really are.
e) THEN THINK how would you feel if this sort of abuse had happened to you and yours
[quote][p][bold]AnimalReid[/bold] wrote: This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.[/p][/quote]See what I mean??? All the do gooders who put the perpetrators interests first come out of the woodwork. What I would suggest to AnimalReid is a) Go and see the effect it has had on the children b) Talk to their parents c) If you are truly so concerned I recommend that i) He is deported along with any of his ilk ii) Because you are so worried, show your concern and accompany them on their way to give them the appropriate counselling and teaching you think is required (By the way also when doing so look around at how children are treated over there and see if it copares to the treatment, care and protection we expect children to receive in this country. d) MOST IMPORTANT; Really come out of the woodwork, show your true colours and show which human rights solicitors you work for. THEN CAREFULLY CONSIDER how the abused chidrens rights have been abused by this sort of filth which is what they really are. e) THEN THINK how would you feel if this sort of abuse had happened to you and yours vintageclaret
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1:36pm Mon 19 Apr 10

Inter-Rossiter says...

Oh dear Lord.

The lunatics really have taken over the asylum.

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This man will have been looked after far better than any of his victims. Also, we already have enough paedophiles signing the sex offender’s register without importing even more from Pakistan!
Oh dear Lord. The lunatics really have taken over the asylum. . This man will have been looked after far better than any of his victims. Also, we already have enough paedophiles signing the sex offender’s register without importing even more from Pakistan! Inter-Rossiter
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2:46pm Mon 19 Apr 10

Chris P Bacon says...

AnimalReid wrote:
This is a total over-reaction!!
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This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society.
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We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did.
...
The government must support him.
The peadophile needs help? Help to do what; stoat MORE kids? Lash him out NOW!
[quote][p][bold]AnimalReid[/bold] wrote: This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.[/p][/quote]The peadophile needs help? Help to do what; stoat MORE kids? Lash him out NOW! Chris P Bacon
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4:16pm Mon 19 Apr 10

disgusted tunbridge wells says...

The solicitors will be rubbing their hands, pass the blank cheques
The solicitors will be rubbing their hands, pass the blank cheques disgusted tunbridge wells
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5:17pm Mon 19 Apr 10

l m h jones says...

so who wants to go along to Blackburn Cathedral tomorrow and ask about this case under the heading "can we trust our politicians?"
so who wants to go along to Blackburn Cathedral tomorrow and ask about this case under the heading "can we trust our politicians?" l m h jones
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5:54pm Mon 19 Apr 10

ste.g says...

AnimalReid wrote:
This is a total over-reaction!!
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This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society.
...
We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did.
...
The government must support him.
get a grip animal.the only thing he regrets is getting caught.and when he eventually gets the help you say he should have,maybe you should get some yourself.
[quote][p][bold]AnimalReid[/bold] wrote: This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.[/p][/quote]get a grip animal.the only thing he regrets is getting caught.and when he eventually gets the help you say he should have,maybe you should get some yourself. ste.g
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5:57pm Mon 19 Apr 10

cutthebull says...

AnimalReid wrote:
This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.
I used to live opposite one of these girls & remember her being born & growing into the young girl she became, what's not printed is how she carried on with why this man & his mate did to her as they both made threats to her how they would harm her family. I am disgusted that they got the "light" sentences that they did. But her & her family volunteered her to go into foster care in Wales to get away from them & they found her after interigating her friend. This family has been torn apart by this & this young girl & family has never been the same & is still struggling to rebuild there lives. This guy deserves nothing more than some torture then a bullet to the head!
[quote][p][bold]AnimalReid[/bold] wrote: This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.[/p][/quote]I used to live opposite one of these girls & remember her being born & growing into the young girl she became, what's not printed is how she carried on with why this man & his mate did to her as they both made threats to her how they would harm her family. I am disgusted that they got the "light" sentences that they did. But her & her family volunteered her to go into foster care in Wales to get away from them & they found her after interigating her friend. This family has been torn apart by this & this young girl & family has never been the same & is still struggling to rebuild there lives. This guy deserves nothing more than some torture then a bullet to the head! cutthebull
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7:00pm Mon 19 Apr 10

maxthecollie says...

cut off his nuts and send him home
cut off his nuts and send him home maxthecollie
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7:56pm Mon 19 Apr 10

johnleo says...

This man has sex with children.
This man serves halve his time.
Tthis man could now pass his victims in the street.
How can this be allowed to happen.
This man has sex with children. This man serves halve his time. Tthis man could now pass his victims in the street. How can this be allowed to happen. johnleo
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10:35pm Mon 19 Apr 10

Black Car Guy. says...

AnimalReid wrote:
This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.
I get the feeling that your Zulfar Hussain and you want to defend yourself. It seems that this country cares for the criminals instead of the victims. Well the country is real screwed up.
[quote][p][bold]AnimalReid[/bold] wrote: This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.[/p][/quote]I get the feeling that your Zulfar Hussain and you want to defend yourself. It seems that this country cares for the criminals instead of the victims. Well the country is real screwed up. Black Car Guy.
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12:11am Tue 20 Apr 10

snitch says...

Mr Hussain wrote:
Oh FFS this is the final STRAW. Get this clown out this country, he really doesn't serve any purpose here AT ALL.
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This country really is doomed if we carry on having results like this. I hope he is beaten to pulp, words can't express how angry I am at reading this story. WHAT IS THIS GOVERNMENT DOING!?
Mr Husssain! can I just say my hat goes off to you and many other self - respecting Asian British Citizens. These animals spoil the reputation of many and if they did this in any other country they would be excecuted under a normal law. The UK invites these kind of events and still considers human rights. Had another person done this to their daughters they would kill them with their bare hands. We need a justice stystem that works, now which politician is going to do that for us?
[quote][p][bold]Mr Hussain[/bold] wrote: Oh FFS this is the final STRAW. Get this clown out this country, he really doesn't serve any purpose here AT ALL. . This country really is doomed if we carry on having results like this. I hope he is beaten to pulp, words can't express how angry I am at reading this story. WHAT IS THIS GOVERNMENT DOING!?[/p][/quote]Mr Husssain! can I just say my hat goes off to you and many other self - respecting Asian British Citizens. These animals spoil the reputation of many and if they did this in any other country they would be excecuted under a normal law. The UK invites these kind of events and still considers human rights. Had another person done this to their daughters they would kill them with their bare hands. We need a justice stystem that works, now which politician is going to do that for us? snitch
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9:13am Tue 20 Apr 10

Mikeee47 says...

Maybe we should deal with the so called dooooo gooders who support this leach on our society. Maybe the do gooders are peados them selves? who knows. it's time the people of this ONCE great nation took a stand.
Maybe it's time for us to start taking the law into our own hands?
Bring back Charles Bronson I say. something has to give. it's the same story everyday, criminals let off, or given soft sentences. I for one am sick to the back teeth of living in a country with no back bone
Maybe we should deal with the so called dooooo gooders who support this leach on our society. Maybe the do gooders are peados them selves? who knows. it's time the people of this ONCE great nation took a stand. Maybe it's time for us to start taking the law into our own hands? Bring back Charles Bronson I say. something has to give. it's the same story everyday, criminals let off, or given soft sentences. I for one am sick to the back teeth of living in a country with no back bone Mikeee47
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9:24am Tue 20 Apr 10

ruxy says...

DEPORT THIS SCUM...!!!!!!!!
DEPORT THIS SCUM...!!!!!!!! ruxy
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9:24am Tue 20 Apr 10

CapitaBackHander says...

Stone Island wrote:
This must be the ONLY country in the world where this could happen. . May 6th can't come soon enough. Then we can get rid of these bungling buffoons that have ruined this once great country. . LABOUR...Putting scum first.
You sir are living in a dream land IF you really think a change of government would make any difference to cases like these! Nothing to do with which government is in power and certainly won't change with a new government!
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island[/bold] wrote: This must be the ONLY country in the world where this could happen. . May 6th can't come soon enough. Then we can get rid of these bungling buffoons that have ruined this once great country. . LABOUR...Putting scum first.[/p][/quote]You sir are living in a dream land IF you really think a change of government would make any difference to cases like these! Nothing to do with which government is in power and certainly won't change with a new government! CapitaBackHander
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11:18am Tue 20 Apr 10

philipmorris says...

Both individuals have expressed remorse for their actions and as part of re-integration into the East Lancashire community will be taking out season tickets in the Jimmy McIroy Stand next season.
Both individuals have expressed remorse for their actions and as part of re-integration into the East Lancashire community will be taking out season tickets in the Jimmy McIroy Stand next season. philipmorris
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1:05pm Tue 20 Apr 10

Imran786 says...

FREEDOM OF SPEECH WHY WERE MY COMMENTS ROMOVED HANG HIM I LIVE IN BLACKBURN DONT WANT HIM NEAR MY FAMILY
FREEDOM OF SPEECH WHY WERE MY COMMENTS ROMOVED HANG HIM I LIVE IN BLACKBURN DONT WANT HIM NEAR MY FAMILY Imran786
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1:06pm Tue 20 Apr 10

Imran786 says...

THE BURNLEY BUSINESSMEN WHO WANT HIM CAN HAVE HIM
THE BURNLEY BUSINESSMEN WHO WANT HIM CAN HAVE HIM Imran786
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4:47pm Tue 20 Apr 10

wrinkles says...

The journalist failed to inform us why this blackmailing predatory excuse for a human being was given leave to stay in this country. Is it because he has a family here? There's obviously a very large loophole in our laws which we need to know about. How can we lobby our MEPs and MPs without this information?
The journalist failed to inform us why this blackmailing predatory excuse for a human being was given leave to stay in this country. Is it because he has a family here? There's obviously a very large loophole in our laws which we need to know about. How can we lobby our MEPs and MPs without this information? wrinkles
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10:00am Thu 22 Apr 10

earthmum says...

AnimalReid wrote:
This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.
Your comment that this guy "needs Help" is actually deeply offensive, both to myself, and other parents of CHILDREN who have been sexually exploited. If you could, for one moment see the devastation that this kind of crime creates, to the lives of these Girls (and sometimes, boys) and, their families, then i hope you would view this differently. These men are criminals! perhaps you would Like to "re-integrate him into your neighbourhood, perhaps he would be so grateful, he would offer to childmind for you!
[quote][p][bold]AnimalReid[/bold] wrote: This is a total over-reaction!! ... This guy needs help and should be given all the assistance possible to re-integrate him into our society. ... We cant simply kick him out of the country. He might not have realised the pain he caused at the time and probably now regrets what he did. ... The government must support him.[/p][/quote]Your comment that this guy "needs Help" is actually deeply offensive, both to myself, and other parents of CHILDREN who have been sexually exploited. If you could, for one moment see the devastation that this kind of crime creates, to the lives of these Girls (and sometimes, boys) and, their families, then i hope you would view this differently. These men are criminals! perhaps you would Like to "re-integrate him into your neighbourhood, perhaps he would be so grateful, he would offer to childmind for you! earthmum
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10:31am Thu 22 Apr 10

aussie odg says...

animalried u are a prat,i live in australia but brought up in blackburn.we had problems like this in the 60s trouble is we sorted it,and it is still going on p--s the scum off if it was my daughter he would know it.no respect they do it in there country they get death or sever punishment in uk they get a second chance to do it,how do the family feel innocent girls manipulated by scum and they get away with it deport the lot start again so peeved you would not believe it SCUM
animalried u are a prat,i live in australia but brought up in blackburn.we had problems like this in the 60s trouble is we sorted it,and it is still going on p--s the scum off if it was my daughter he would know it.no respect they do it in there country they get death or sever punishment in uk they get a second chance to do it,how do the family feel innocent girls manipulated by scum and they get away with it deport the lot start again so peeved you would not believe it SCUM aussie odg
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