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‘Brutal’ killer and sex attacker who raped girl, 17, set to walk free within days after judge blocks deportation

‘Brutal’ killer and sex attacker who raped girl, 17, set to walk free within days after judge blocks deportation

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A “BRUTAL” killer and a “devious” rapist have been spared deportation back to Jamaica thanks to a last-minute legal challenge.
Fitzroy Daley and Fabian Henry won a reprieve over fears kicking them out of the country could repeat mistakes made during the Windrush scandal.
Fabian Henry (pictured) was jailed for 12 years for raping two teenage girls
Fitzroy Daley (pictured) stabbed a 50-year-old man to death after a minor scuffle outside a pub
Daley stabbed a man to death after a “minor” clash outside a pub in east London, before Christmas 2012.
While Sex fiend Henry, then aged 30, attacked two teenage girls after grooming them with hundreds of texts in the same year, the Daily Mail reports.
The courts yesterday blocked the deportation of 25 other foreign criminals to Kingston because of a three-day mobile phone outage.
In a move that sparked fury in Downing Street yesterday, the Court of Appeal decided to overturn the Government’s decision to deport them just hours before the flight took off.
They said problems with an O2 signal last month prevented the group from contacting lawyers.
Keeping the criminals in the UK is sure to alarm victims with the thought of violent cons now walking the streets.
Thug Daley was sentenced to 10 years for manslaughter after the Old Bailey was shown CCTV of the knifeman attacking victim Eric Paul from behind.
Mr Paul was stabbed repeatedly with a six-inch kitchen knife, jurors were told.
Henry raped one girl, aged 17, twice, after taking her to his cousin’s flat in Bristol, during July 2012.
He took explicit photos of her naked and in her underwear before publishing them on social media to keep her quiet.
The predator abducted his second 15-year-old victim while on bail – taking her back to his flat in London where he raped her in December 2012.
He had started grooming the teen when she was just 14.
The girl managed to send texts to her dad that said ‘Help’ and ‘He took me’.
Cops turned up at the flat the next day and found Henry lying with the child under his duvet.
Jailing him for 12 years, judge Michael Longman called Henry “devious, callous and manipulative” at Bristol Crown Court in August 2013.
He added: “Both cases demonstrate an inappropriate sexual interest in girls much younger than you.”
The mother of one victim told the Bristol Post: “He took away her innocence… He vandalised her life and she has got to live with that for the rest of her life.”
Mr Johnson said he bitterly regretted that 25 criminals could not be booted out of the UK and planned to lodge an appeal.
He told MPs: “The people of this country will think it is right to send back foreign national offenders.”
Downing Street said the decision to stop the criminals boarding the flight “makes the case perfectly” for the PM’s vow to rip-up the judicial review process to ensure it is “not abused” for political reasons.
Of the 25 who were not deported, one was convicted for manslaughter, two for rape or sexual offences, seven for violent offences and one for firearms offences.
But campaigners pointed out some of the criminals were sentenced for one-time drug offences when they were young.
Among them was Randee Hall, 21, who was convicted in 2018 of possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply and sentenced to four years. He has lived in Britain since he was two.
In a personal attack on Mr Johnson today, Jeremy Corbyn questioned whether the PM could have been deported to the United States because he “dabbled in class A drugs” and “conspired” to beat up a journalist.
The Labour leader provoked a furious reaction from the Conservative benches after asking the Prime Minister if there is “one rule for young black boys from the Caribbean and another for white blond boys from the United States”.
He claimed the government had “learned nothing” from the 2018 Windrush scandal that saw people born British subjects wrongly deported or threatened with removal.

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New York-born Mr Johnson said he believed Mr Corbyn had demeaned himself and had muddled the Windrush generation with what he described as foreign national offenders being deported to Jamaica.
Campaigners opposed to the deportations protested in Parliament Square last night.
A No10 spokesman said: “We make no apology whatsoever for seeking to remove serious foreign national offenders.”
Boris Johnson said he bitterly regretted that 25 criminals could not be booted out of the UKPRU
A flight carrying 17 foreign criminals left Heathrow for Kingston yesterday morningPA:Press Association
Campaigners angered by the deportations protested in Parliament Square last nightPA:Press Association

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