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    Default Congolese man starts plane riot to avoid deportation

    Failed asylum seeker from Congo being deported starts riot on plane and, for his efforts, gets sent back to Ireland! This charming gentleman with an impressive cv obviously knows how to work the system.

    Ireland has had the benefit of his presence for 7 years, no doubt at the Irish taxpayers' expense; one wonders how long more he will require the services of the Irish state apparatus and assorted professional immigration quangoes?

    Report from today's Independent

    Congolese man starts plane riot to avoid deportation - National News, Frontpage - Independent.ie

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    who were the other people involved in the riot?

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    court orders must be carried out in the most caring and efficient manner possible............

    in extreme circumstances, extreme measures may be necessary........and should be carried out to ensure the order of our government and courts are carried out......

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    They should have simply dumped him in Paris. Being Congolese he probably entered the EU there anyway!
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    Yeah that's what this country really needs - more violent thugs and gurriers...

    This parasite must be permanently removed from this country as soon as possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAD1OH View Post
    who were the other people involved in the riot?
    Why do you ask?

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    There are people who see all deportations such as this as somehow unjust - and even racist.
    It is of course a good tactic to use to avoid getting deported - even if it is only postponed untill he is sent back on a charter flight.
    It's similar to other forms of resistance to the immigration system when it rejects people's claims. Going on ''hunger strike'' and/or claiming that the guards at detention centers are racist brutes.
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    This is how they are doing it in the US.
    ICE's Flight Operations Unit, carrying out a policy begun under former President George W. Bush, has moved an average of 4,200 unauthorized migrants a week this year, up from 3,700 last year.
    U.S. deportation flights on the rise | Reuters

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    Quote Originally Posted by damon View Post
    There are people who see all deportations such as this as somehow unjust - and even racist.
    It is of course a good tactic to use to avoid getting deported - even if it is only postponed untill he is sent back on a charter flight.
    It's similar to other forms of resistance to the immigration system when it rejects people's claims. Going on ''hunger strike'' and/or claiming that the guards at detention centers are racist brutes.
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    This is how they are doing it in the US.

    U.S. deportation flights on the rise | Reuters
    Seems there is a Plan B to deport him.

    He has been in this country for the past seven years and is understood to have criminal convictions for shoplifting and public order offences. It is now likely that he will be deported on a specially chartered flight.

    Most deportations are now carried out on charter flights with the costs shared by EU member states.
    ^^ from the original link
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    Was he a Doctor who jumped a traffic light ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigris Celtica View Post
    Yeah that's what this country really needs - more violent thugs and gurriers...

    This parasite must be permanently removed from this country as soon as possible
    Yes, he must be removed from this country, and quickly.

    But please don't abuse him in regard to this deportation fiasco.

    I see this, and it's very frequent, as a failure of the people in charge.

    These fiascos are happening all over Europe -

    Fewer than 25% served with deportation orders have been removed from State - The Irish Times - Mon, Aug 30, 2010

    £100 million spent on asylum deportation flights - Home News, UK - The Independent

    The EU should get together on this and arrange some 'Prison Ferry' scheme.

    No. I'm not suggesting any barbarity - nor any large-scale industrial-style of deportation. I'd be very opposed to that, as would any sensible person.

    I'm just suggesting that there should be a cross-EU system of prison vans, and perhaps a pair of prison railway-coaches, to send these people to a holding-centre in Spain: and then by naval ship to a port in Africa.

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