Discussion in 'SMB' started by hefty em, Feb 13, 2019.
If she gets back, I hope I'm not one of those asked to identify a body when she blows herself up in a few years at a stadium, pub, station......etc
If she was likely to do that she'd already have been strapped up.
I would hope you were right, but the fact there is a risk (the extent of her radicalisation and Isis involvement is unknown) makes the likelihood an unknown.
Chuck in her initial lack of remorse about her time there and I have my doubts. I think one less on a watchlist would aid the Security Services too.
Let her rot.
I bet the loony left are over the moon with this.
It looks like she's got legal aid to appeal.
It seems as her last baby was born before she was stripped of British citizenship and was therefore born a British national, even if the baby has died she was still the mother of a British national at the time of the decision. Therefore she apparently remains eligible for assistance.
Can any legal types clarify this as it seems we have a loophole in the law she's able to exploit?
She will end up in Im A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here
Will gan down a bomb that.
I'm not loony left but think British citizens deserve the right to be found guilty and be represented in court.
Or the Tories are in another crysis and old Rupy M is wheeling out the distractions again.
She is not a british citizen. She is a member of a terrorist organisation. She is in a refugee camp in Syria. She should be left to rot there. She is married a Dutch national let her move there.
In that case she won't get legal aid.
She sounds delightful
Shamima Begum 'was member of feared Isis morality police'
She shouldn't get it, there are plenty of folk in this country who don't get legal aid so why should that terrorist bint
Could be true but then again could be just fabricated bollocks.
Gender change as well?
If she has a right to legal aid, then she should get it.
So she qualifies whereas the Hillsborough families didn't.
A shocking injustice.
Also part of the reason why the givernment shouldn't be able to pick and choose who has access to basic human rights, though.
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