Thursday, January 5, 2017

Taliban-inspired killer who decapitated woman allowed into UK unchallenged

Taliban and Gatwick

Jamshid Piruz was inspired by a Taliban execution video to behead a woman and was jailed for 12 years for the sick act.

But 34-year-old Piruz was allowed to cross freely into the UK from the Netherlands.

Only days after entering the country, the convicted murderer swung at two police officers investigating a burglary with a deadly claw hammer in Crawley, Sussex.

Both Sussex Police officers, Jessica Chick and Stewart Young, who was treated for head injuries after the incident, were praised for their bravery.

It has also been revealed that Piruz attacked a member of staff at Gatwick Airport upon entering the UK but was released.

Conservative MP Henry Smith who represents Crawley slammed the country's lack of border controls for allowing Piruz into the country.
Henry Smith 
  Henry Smith slammed open borders
He told the Mail Online: "A very dangerous individual was allowed to travel here without us having prior knowledge that he'd committed murder in the Netherlands.

"It is staggering that someone could assault staff at Gatwick and then a couple of days later attack two police officers."

He added: "This is an appalling example of the kind of people who are getting into the country
With Piruz being a permanent Dutch resident, the Netherlands was under no obligation to alert UK officials about his past convictions.

Piruz pleaded guilty to two counts of attempting to cause GBH with intent, burglary and affray at Hove Crown Court.

He will be sentenced at a later date. 

No comments:

Post a Comment