Muslims WorldWide

British government grants Muslim terror plotter more pocket money, shorter curfew


Make the entire court responsible for these stupid judgements co-conspirator to murder. This is absolutely ridiculous. The British government has proven itself completely incapable of dealing with terrorism at all. Meaning, the victims of 7/7 must be compensated for a crime committed onto them by government endorsement.

.

.

Only UK terrorist on an anti-terror order is given legal aid to change his curfew and demand more spending money off the state 

  • Terrorist who tried to attack London given legal aid for High Court bid
  • A judge has ruled his pocket money will rise from £50 to £75 a week
  • His night time curfew  was also relaxed to 11pm instead of 9pm previously
  • But the court ruled he still couldn’t enter a National Express bus station 

 

Britain’s only terrorist subject to an anti-terror order has won a court bid to boost his taxpayer-funded pocket money and relax his curfew – after billing taxpayers for legal aid to win the freedoms.

The Algerian Islamic fanatic, 28, known as EB, was reportedly given tens of thousands of pounds in legal aid help to challenge his T-Pim control order after crying foul about the conditions.

He is subject to the order – a Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measure – until April next year after being released from a three year-jail term last year over a plan to attack London in 2013 in which he was monitored visiting Egypt and Syria, planning to buy a gun and holding explosives.

The so-called T-Pims ¿ Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures ¿ are the toughest tool the security services have to restrict the activities of terror plotters. Pictured, a police officer on patrol in London

But the terrorist was unhappy that his night time curfew prevented him from leaving home between 9pm and 7am – and was only being given $50 cash a week by the government, according to a report in The Sun on Sunday today.

The newspaper reported details of the man’s case before the High Court, which had now ruled he would get £75 a week and be allowed to stay out until 11pm instead of 9pm.

In the case before Mr Justice Mitting, EB was said to have claimed in a psychiatrist’s report that he was suffering depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder and wanted to live in London so he could be closer to his mum and a woman he had married since being released from jail.

The Sun reported that while the court rejected his attempt to return to London, Mr Justice Mitting revealed taxpayers would pay every time his family travels to see him.

The details about EB have emerged after The Daily Mail revealed last week that only one extremist in Britain was subject to an official anti-terror order despite there being at least 2,000 fanatics at large in the UK.


HOW WE KEEP TABS ON TERROR

T-Pims, or Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures, were introduced in January 2012. They replaced Labour’s controversial control order regime.

They are normally placed on terror suspects who officials decide can neither be charged nor deported, or still pose a threat after leaving jail.

To qualify, the Home Secretary must ‘reasonably believe’ the suspect is involved in terrorist-related activities, based on an assessment by MI5.

Restrictions can include electronic tagging, reporting regularly to the police and facing ‘tightly defined exclusion from particular places’.

A suspect must live at home and stay there overnight – possibly for up to ten hours – in what is an effective curfew. Unlike under control orders, the suspect is allowed to use a mobile phone and the internet to work and study, subject to conditions.

T-Pims expire after two years unless new evidence emerges of involvement in terrorism. Breach of a T-Pim can lead to jail. The courts will usually impose an anonymity order banning the naming of the suspect to protect the individual.

Control orders, introduced in 2005, were much more draconian: suspects could be relocated to a town far from their home, face 16-hour curfews and be banned from meeting named individuals.

Nick Clegg, then the Deputy PM, insisted that T-Pims should be less restrictive, though they are still hugely controversial with civil liberties groups.


In his reported court bid, EB failed in his effort to scrap a ban on him entering a National Express station and an Army base near where he lives – though the latter was referred to the Secretary of State, The Sun said.

Former Commander of British forces in Afghanistan, Colonel Richard Kemp, told The Sun: ‘The idea that our taxes should be used on legal aid to pay for this guy to challenge restrictions placed on him by the government is repulsive.

‘This man should not have been released — even on licence — and should still be behind bars.’

The so-called T-Pims – Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures – are the toughest tool the security services have to restrict the activities of terror plotters.

They replaced the more restrictive Control Orders which were axed in 2011 at the behest of then Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg following a row over human rights.

T-Pims are supposed to ensure that the police and MI5 can protect the public from British-based fanatics who cannot yet be prosecuted or deported by placing curbs on their movements and activities.

But a statement slipped out to Parliament just before the summer recess has now revealed that, as of the end of May, only one is now in force. As recently as 2013, there were nine.

By contrast, in the months after the Paris attacks last November, almost 400 people were placed under house arrest in France by the authorities there.

British judges have been accused of weakening T-Pims by chiselling away their conditions and making it very difficult for the security services to secure them.

This has meant that they have become reluctant to seek them, fearing that they would be squandering thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money on legal fees for little gain.

Europe is currently facing a heightened terror threat from Islamic State following a series of atrocities in France and Germany, including the butchering of a French priest at a church in Normandy.

T-Pims are supposed to ensure that the police and MI5 can protect the public from British-based fanatics who cannot yet be prosecuted or deported by placing curbs on their movements and activities

T-Pims are supposed to ensure that the police and MI5 can protect the public from British-based fanatics who cannot yet be prosecuted or deported by placing curbs on their movements and activities.

The UK’s terror threat level is currently ‘severe’ – the second highest level – amid warnings that a jihadist atrocity is ‘highly likely’.

Last night, critics called for a toughening up of the T-Pim regime to protect the public. Lord Carlile, the independent reviewer of terror legislation for ten years, said: ‘It is surprising and worrying that we are down to just one T-Pim given the situation appertaining all over Europe.

‘We know that there is a severe risk of a terror attack. I hope that the Government is examining the possibility of increasing the use of T-Pims or toughening them up.

‘It is absolutely essential that the authorities should have the powers they need. The events in Normandy, Nice and Germany must focus ministers’ minds to use all the tools at their disposal, including T-Pims.’

He said that in the last six or seven years of control orders, they were ‘very effective’

Keith Vaz, chairman of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, said: ‘It is puzzling that there is only one T-Pim in place given the number of persons who are under surveillance and the threat level. The new Prime Minister may feel she wants to look again at this area of policy, given that she had been under pressure from her Liberal Democrat colleagues in the Coalition government to abandon control orders.’

The UK's terror threat level is currently 'severe' ¿ the second highest level ¿ amid warnings that a jihadist atrocity is 'highly likely'. Pictured, mourners at the Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray church attacked this week

The UK’s terror threat level is currently ‘severe’ – the second highest level – amid warnings that a jihadist atrocity is ‘highly likely’. Pictured, mourners at the Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray church attacked this week.

Security chiefs have warned that hundreds of young Britons who joined Islamic State jihadis in Iraq and Syria have returned home, while others have brainwashed ‘lone wolf’ Muslims to carry out attacks.

Control orders were introduced by Labour to deal with dangerous extremists who could not be hauled before the courts but after 2010 they came under fire from the Lib Dems who said they were unfair because the suspects had not been found guilty of a crime.

They were replaced by T-Pims with a reduced curfew requirement of ten hours and suspects were no longer restricted on where they could live.

At the time, a Home Office spokesman said: ‘We introduced T-Pims precisely because control orders were not working and their powers were being struck down by the courts.’

But last night, shadow home secretary Andy Burnham said: ‘In the light of the terrorist attacks that we have seen in the last year, we need an urgent review of the T-Pim regime and an assurance that it is up to the job. We need a convincing answer on why it is the case that there is only one.’

Yesterday a former senior counter terror officer said Britain has ‘big problems’ trying to prevent terror fanatics from carrying out an attack.

Chris Phillips said he did not believe the current regime of T-Pims was working.

Mr Phillips, the ex head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, said it was known two years ago that there were 2,000 individuals on the radar of the anti-terror authorities.

‘How on earth you could ever monitor 2,000 people, let alone the fact that the number that we have got now has probably increased,’ he said.

He said the only solution was to lock such individuals up, but he told the BBC Britain didn’t want to go down this route.

Ben Wallace, Minister of State for Security, yesterday said: ‘There are a range of powers available to disrupt terrorism-related activity.’

During a visit to Italy yesterday, Prime Minister Theresa May called for further intelligence-sharing in Europe in light of the terror attacks.

5 thoughts on “British government grants Muslim terror plotter more pocket money, shorter curfew

  1. The time has passed for England to have shown some backbone and stand up to islam that was when the soldier Lee Rigby was beheaded ,the sheer horror of that didn’t make them take to the streets nothing will, and hasn’t ,in all countries mine included Australia our leaders have kowtowed to them always appeasing them so as not to rock the boat ,they don’t respect us ,always making demands ,multiculturalism isn’t a success ..anywhere even though our prime minister reckons it is ,,most cultures have settled in all but islam as it has no intention of doing so as it is a religion and has it’s own laws the sharia which all muslims abide by and demands total allegiance to , and has no respect for man made laws,all immigration must stop ,London will never see a christian mayor again ,they have the numbers.

    Like

  2. The world non Muslims must unify to combat the evil Islamic teaching. Muslims are getting crazy to Islmize the world to glorify the devil head. We all know the evil spirit had gotten Mohammed to destroy the peaceful & good creation of God. Islam is the root of many evils!

    Like

  3. Muslims aim to cause disarray to non Muslims and eventually take over the country! The devil is wicked and try to dominate human thus sowing evil throughout the world! Now UK, US, France & Germany are in deep shit. They must destroy Islam’s evil immediately or face the doom!

    Like

  4. The British government, in the aftermath of Brexit, has to take a tougher stance on terrorists and immigration. Their PMs should be more worried about their reelections if this is the type of policies they decide to pursue. Flies in the face of the referendum values.

    Like

  5. Make me your Cromwell. In twelve months there won’t be a mosque or a Muslim left in the realm. [Ireland is on her own.]

    Like

Published under FAIR USE of factual content citing US 17 U.S.C. § 107 fair use protection, Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976 and UK Section 30(1) of the 1988 Act.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s