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The Home Office wanted to deport four foreign crims when they left prison, but the courts have caused a delay - why couldn't they just pack them in a van, and say "we're taking you home" - to the airport and back to wherever they came from? :? Now they're panicking that the four will abscond - what a joke. :roll::twisted:

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For your benefit Inky, I'll explain the difference in my mind: "Deportation" is the transfer of an illegal entrant or unwanted individual(s) from one Country (in this case ours) to their Country of origin. :? "Rendition" was the transfer of individual(s) from one Country to 3rd,4th or even 5th party States (where torture was accepted as a normal means of interrogation). :shock: In at least one case, the CIA snatched a person off the street in Rome, thus violating the sovereignty of Italy. :shock: Hope that clarifies the difference?! :wink:

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"Due process" depends on the existing law, and if constraining, requires ammendment, IF our committment to the European Court of Human Rights would allow it! :roll: In this case, the four foreign criminals were serving UK prison sentences, sufficient time one would imagine, for the Home Office to process a deportation order? :? But no: they wait until they are released from prison to do it, fail in court, and the four can now melt into UK society - total joke. :twisted:

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