The UK "justice system" has done it again
, letting the former Guantanamo resident off the hook and even leaving an opening for him to launch a lawsuit against the government:
Moazzam Begg, who was reportedly paid off by the British government to the tune of £1 million for their involvement in his two year imprisonment at American detention camp Guantanamo Bay has been advised to sue the British government for a second time for false imprisonment as he is released from prison again this week. [...]
The Daily Express reports as Begg left prison he said "I wanted my day in court but I was very happy. I need to reconnect with my family again”, and that he has been advised to sue the Government for wrongful arrest, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution which could net him a further £100,000.
And we can only wonder what he'll do with all that money he got? Another epic failure of the UK justice division to ensure a jihadist monster will get what's coming to him on earth, and that only spells more grim days for England.
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