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    Poor old Pamela, the latest documents she has at the Supreme court have been found to be counterfeit too. Thats twice shes submitted counterfeit documents.

    ..Lawyers for the state are expected to ask the Supreme Court to dismiss Izevbekhai’s case on the grounds that it was brought on the basis of fraudulent documents, not once but twice..
    Papers "faked twice"; to fight deportation - Times Online

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete2 View Post
    Poor old Pamela, the latest documents she has at the Supreme court have been found to be counterfeit too. Thats twice shes submitted counterfeit documents.
    If true, obviously she should be deported, but after a spell in prison for swearing false affidavits.
    "......... we must sometimes listen to those who, consumed with zeal, have scant judgment or balance. To such ones the modern world is nothing but betrayal and ruin.........We feel bound to disagree with these prophets of doom who are forever forecasting calamity -- as though the world's end were imminent."

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete2 View Post
    Poor old Pamela...
    Why do I get the impression that you are not that sympathetic to her?
    I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty, than those attending too small a degree of it." - Thomas Jefferson (yeah, I'm aware of the irony)

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    Quote Originally Posted by corelli View Post
    If true, obviously she should be deported, but after a spell in prison for swearing false affidavits.
    At taxpayer's expense eh?

    Obviously Irish govt are too soft compared to the Australians and the Americans.

    I know a chap who got deported very quick after being found out in the states and also he lied. He got himself barred for 10 years even for a holiday or otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disabled student View Post
    At taxpayer's expense eh?

    Obviously Irish govt are too soft compared to the Australians and the Americans.

    I know a chap who got deported very quick after being found out in the states and also he lied. He got himself barred for 10 years even for a holiday or otherwise.
    If deported here the same restriction applies, just for information.
    "......... we must sometimes listen to those who, consumed with zeal, have scant judgment or balance. To such ones the modern world is nothing but betrayal and ruin.........We feel bound to disagree with these prophets of doom who are forever forecasting calamity -- as though the world's end were imminent."

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    Quote Originally Posted by corelli View Post
    If deported here the same restriction applies, just for information.
    What restrictions ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by corelli View Post
    If true, obviously she should be deported, but after a spell in prison for swearing false affidavits.
    It would be cheaper if we outsourced her prison sentence to Nigeria. Better stil fly her over Nigeria, put a parachute on her back and chuck her out. The taxpayer shouldnt have to suffer this one at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disabled student View Post
    What restrictions ??
    A prohibition on returning, either to here or the EU, generally.
    "......... we must sometimes listen to those who, consumed with zeal, have scant judgment or balance. To such ones the modern world is nothing but betrayal and ruin.........We feel bound to disagree with these prophets of doom who are forever forecasting calamity -- as though the world's end were imminent."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telemachus View Post
    It would be cheaper if we outsourced her prison sentence to Nigeria. Better stil fly her over Nigeria, put a parachute on her back and chuck her out. The taxpayer shouldnt have to suffer this one at all.

    WikiAnswers - How much does a parachute cost to buy
    The taxpayer will suffer, as will genuine asylum seekers.

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    yawn.......

    on a serious note tho, cases like this turn average 'middle of the road' people against the genuine cases, and thats very serious......

    and thats why this particular case is so important and urgent, for once and for all.....

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