Pakastani paedophile wins deportation appeal.

Posted: April 20, 2010 in Law & Disorder

A Pakistani who abducted and sexually abused two young girls cannot be deported back to his native country because it would breach his human rights.

IlieZulfar Hussain, 48, was due to be sent home when he is released from prison only halfway through his sentence. But it he has won an appeal against his deportation on the grounds that he has a wife and child here, meaning it would breach his right to enjoy respect for his family life.

Hussain and his friend and fellow Pakistani national Qaiser Naveed, 34, groomed two 15-year-old girls for sex over a period of months in his adopted home town of Blackburn, Lancashire.

The teenagers, in care at the time, were plied with alcohol and Ecstasy pills, and on one occasion Naveed had sex with one on the back seat of his BMW while the second girl remained in the front with Hussain.

The men were caught after social workers raised the alarm.

Hussain was convicted of child abduction, sexual activity with a child and supplying drugs. At his 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.’

Both men were jailed for five years eight months in 2007 and ordered to be deported back to Pakistan following their release, but while Naveed has accepted his fate, Hussain appealed.

He is believed to have lived in Britain legally for ten years and has a wife and child, although he remained a Pakistani national. His appeal was accepted on the grounds that his right to respect for family life would be breached if he was sent back.

The Blackburn girl, who was 13 when Hussain began showering her with gifts, cash and drugs, said: “I was told a few months ago that he would be due to be released at the start of April. “I just started to cry. I’ve not slept since I learned he could be allowed back to the area. I’m terrified and looking over my shoulder all the time. “It has taken me two-and-a-half years to get back on track and I want him as far away as possible.”

The Home Office is appealing against the blocking of Hussain’s deportation which means Hussain is likely to be sent to a secure immigration removal centre on his release in a few weeks.

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Comments
  1. Tony says:

    Perhaps a visit to Dr Sulieman Al Hourani might be in order. The testicle remover.

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