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. [...]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.
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.
Friday, October 03, 2014
FORMER GUANTANAMO PRISONER MOAZZAM BEGG RELEASED WITH NO CHARGES KEPT
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:
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