Wednesday, June 02, 2010

The Unjust EU - Innocent Citizens Deported and their families Destroyed

The EU, not content with presently trashing the very Treaties upon which their sole claim to legality supposedly rests, is now further demonstrating the complete heartlessness that greed always brings in the story of this innocent individual, Edmond Arapi, and his family as recounted on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme this morning, which may be heard from the link below. The Listen Again link is here. (0716 A man from Staffordshire is facing a 16-year jail term in Italy for a murder committed when, evidence suggests, he was not in the country. Edmond Arapi, an Albanian man who lives in Leek with his British wife and three young children, claims he is the victim of mistaken identity. BBC's home affairs correspondent, Danny Shaw, has been been to meet the Arapis to hear their disturbing story.) How much longer will the citizens of Europe accept the slimy tentacles of this self-serving and non-productive organization to slide into every last corner of their everyday surroundings while impoverishing all except those who have sold their souls in its corrupt service?



Blogger Airforce1 said...

This is an unfortunate situation. However, even if he is extradited, the evidence that proves he wasn't in Italy at the time of the crime means that his conviction will be quashed. Italy is not perfect, but it is a democracy. This is not Thailand

12:51 PM  
Blogger Martin said...

And how londg will all that take.... the wheels of justice grind very slowly, especially in Italy as evidenced in a recent high profile murder trial in Turin.

Meantime it seems the family potentially face default on their home mortgage, leaving the taxpayer to fund the support of a once united family.

Efficiency for the EU too often just means suppressed and forfeit citizens' rights.... to what point?

2:46 PM  

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