Sunday, March 31, 2013

Three jail sentences, 18 convictions and 40 offences in a decade and we STILL can't deport Iranian criminal because of human rights laws

An Iranian convict with no permission to be in Britain is fighting to stay because of human rights legislation, despite racking up 40 offences including theft and assault.

Davodreza Abasbahi-Gotti, 37, came to the UK in 2002 and has already had 18 convictions and has served three prison sentences during that time.
His crimes include assaulting a police officer, theft, and driving while disqualified on multiple occasions.

He has also been convicted for driving without tax or insurance numerous times, according to the Sunday Times.