Friday, June 3, 2011

70 "High Risk" jihadists to be released in Britain, and no one will be monitoring them

Yes there are those in England who see a big problem, and are sounding alarm bells.  No one in power, however sees fit to do anything about it.  The very real possibility of a backlash doesn't seem to be that big a concern, and that is the most troubling aspect of this article. 

From The Sun June 1 by Kevin Schofield

Public ‘at risk’ as 70 terrorists released 

UP to 70 convicted terrorists due to be released this year will not be properly monitored, a probation chief warned yesterday.

The "high risk" extremists, some of them bomb makers, could be walking the streets after being freed on licence.

But Harry Fletcher, assistant general secretary of the National Association of Probation Officers, said cuts to services meant adequate checks could not be kept on them.

A probation officer sees a problem, yet no one higher up gets the idea. I say make Harry the PM of England.

He added: "They have to be supervised by us and the police at a fairly intensive level.

"My fear is as cuts go deeper we're going to be unable to give them the close attention that we have hitherto. These men require maximum supervision and we're not going to be able to do it."

Among those set for release are Saajit Badat, jailed for 13 years in 2005 for plotting with shoe bomber Richard Reid. Also due to walk free is Moinul Abedin, jailed for 20 years in 2002 for making bomb detonators.

MPs said Government plans to water down control orders that allow dangerous individuals to be put under virtual house arrest will make the problem even worse.

Ya think?

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1 comment:

A Christian Woman Who Has Lived Under Shariah said...

“In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.” -Franklin D. Roosevelt
I do not believe that the idiotic, reckless, and nation destroying decisions that are being made (by Western governments, including the United States), are being made willy nilly, that they are being made haphazardly and without thought of future consequences. If the average man-on-the-street is able to see the OBVIOUS, it strains credulity to believe that our highly trained, highly educated government officials and politicians are incapable of seeing what we all see?
I can not believe that Britain's recent decision to NOT track terrorists released from prison or the Obama administrations decision to allow tens of thousands of Somali refugees into the United States (many of whom have been arrested on charges of terrorism), are decisions made in ignorance. There is a plan...