Drug-dealing killer jailed for nine years for manslaughter can’t be deported because he’s illegitimate

Eric Erron Johnson

A drug-dealing killer who was jailed for nine years for manslaughter has been told he can’t be deported because he is an illegitimate child.

Eric Erron Johnson, 29, who was convicted of manslaughter in 2008 after killing a man by hitting him with a piece of wood and stabbing him, was born to a British citizen and a Jamaican woman out of wedlock.

He was facing deportation to Jamaica after being jailed but a High Court judge has now ruled there has been a violation of his human rights.

Because he was illegitimate he was not entitled automatically to become a British citizen on birth, and then did not apply before he was 18.

Mr Justice Dingemans, sitting in London, said it would be open to an immigration tribunal to conclude that Johnson cannot be deported because he has ‘unjustifiably’ suffered discrimination as an illegitimate child, in violation of Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), which protects against discrimination, and Article 8 (right to private and family life)…

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It seems it may be too late for the UK to recover. The judges are idiots and no one can stop them.  No one convicted of serious violent crimes has any human rights left. 

By the the time they wake and realize that they now have become a Third World country themselves, it will be far too late. It is happening slowly and gradually enough that only older people – who can remember the past – are left to protest.

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