How Many Crimes Does a Libyan Refugee Have to Commit Before He Gets Deported?

The answer appears to be infinity. 

Khairi Saadallah, the Libyan refugee who killed 3 people in an Islamic terror stabbing rampage in the UK, came to the UK in 2012 and applied for asylum. Over these past 8 years, he’s done all sorts of wonderful things to repay the British people for their hospitality.

Perhaps, at some point, he might have been deported before killing 3 people?

The terror suspect accused of stabbing three people to death in Reading is believed to be a Libyan refugee who was released from prison just two weeks ago and was previously known to MI5.

Last October, Khairi Saadallah, 25, was sentenced to 28 months for breaching a suspended jail term, racially aggravated assault, criminal damage and affray.

He was released from HMP Bullingdon, Oxfordshire, 16 days ago after less than half of his sentence. 

That worked out well.

He has at least one previous conviction for a “minor violent offence”, Sky News reported, and he is thought to have spent at least 12 months in jail.

In August last year, a man of the same name, age, and address appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court after allegedly assaulting a judge at Reading Magistrates’ Court while being sentenced for two previous convictions, the Press and Journal reported.

In April last year, a man of the same name and age was imprisoned for two months for a common assault on an emergency worker and fined £115 for possession of a blade, the Reading Chronicle reported.

Saadallah is also thought to have been previously charged with affray, assault by beating, and possessing an offensive weapon following an altercation with a Sainsbury’s security guard who had accused him of shoplifting. 

The official media narrative, as usual, is mental illness. Just don’t ask his brother.

A MAN claiming to be the brother of the Reading terror attack suspect has said he was “defending himself” during yesterday’s rampage.

Mo Saadallah wrote in a Facebook response to a news report about the stabbings in Forbury Gardens, Reading: “This is not true. Khairi defended himself … racist countries. Freedom for my brother Before !!”

He did not explain how Khairi was defending himself.

In a later post he wrote: “we are not terrois [sic] and f**k England. #The_kingdom_of_racism.”

The whole family must be suffering from mental illness.

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