Efforts Blocked to Deport Asylum Seeker who Killed Girl in Blackburn

A father has criticised the decision to block legal efforts to deport a failed asylum seeker who killed his daughter in Blackburn.

A father has criticised the decision to block legal efforts to deport a failed asylum seeker who killed his daughter in Blackburn.

Aso Mohammed Ibrahim, from Iraqi, was banned from driving when he left 12-year-old Amy Houston dying under the wheels of his car in a hit-and-run crash in Lancashire.

Her father, Paul, has been fighting to have him deported ever since he was released from prison, having served a four-month sentence.

Mr Houston, who had to make the decision to turn off Amy's life support machine hours after the crash, is angry that the UK Border Agency's latest bid to deport Ibrahim has failed.

The Iraqi's lawyers say he's a right to a family life in the UK as he's got children here.

Mr Houston says ``This is torture for me. It's an up-and-down rollercoaster that they keep putting me through. It is about fairness and about human rights. How can that not be taken into consideration? How can my daughter's life mean nothing to these people?

 

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