After serving a derisory four month sentence, Ibrahim fathered several children upon a British woman. As a result of this, he was allowed to remain in the UK by claiming deportation would be against his human right to have a family life. On 5 October 2011, Paul Houston, Amy’s father, was quoted thus by the Mail Online:
“I don't think anyone would disagree with what Theresa May has said. I am very encouraged by what she said AND JUST HOPE NOW SHE PUTS HER WORDS INTO ACTIONS. FOR TOO LONG, THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT HAS BEEN ABUSED BY CRIMINALS, FAILED ASYLUM SEEKERS, TERRORIST AND PAEDOPHILES - ALL THE WRONG PEOPLE IN SOCIETY. IT IS ABOUT TIME THE GOVERNMENT PUT THE VIEWPOINTS AND THE RIGHTS OF THE VICTIMS OVER THE RIGHTS OF THE CRIMINALS.
I have always said THAT IT SEEMS TO BE A CHARTER FOR FAILED ASYLUM SEEKERS, CRIMINALS AND TERRORISTS and needs to be looked at. The act needs to benefit the innocent and the vulnerable as it was intended to do.”
In November 2003, whilst serving a nine-month driving ban for driving without insurance or a licence, he killed Amy. Since his release from prison, he has been found guilty of many more crimes; harassment, burglary, theft and further driving offences amongst them.
The Judges who ruled that the illegal immigrant killer should be allowed to stay here were aware of his ongoing criminality.
As I keep telling you, ladies and gentlemen, THEY are at war with us.