Child sex abusers could be deported upon release from prison

CONVICTED child abusers at the heart of the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal could face deportation, the investigation’s lead detective has revealed.

Det Chief Insp Martin Tate, who has been in charge of Operation Clover since September 2013, said offenders with dual citizenship could be kicked out of the country upon their release from prison.

Operation Clover formally concluded on Friday with the conviction of sex abuser Zalgai Ahmadi (45) and historic child sex abuse in Rotherham is now being investigated under the National Crime Agency’s Operation Stovewood.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/view,child-sex-abusers-could-be-deported-upon-release-from-prison_22624.htm

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One Response to Child sex abusers could be deported upon release from prison

  1. Anonymous 4 says:

    “Could” ??………..any self respecting country would deport without question.
    Our political system is not fit for purpose – little wonder voting turnouts are so low.

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