Power in the land? Royal Courts of Justice
Mr Justice Kerr ruled that Ethiopian Gadisa Ararso, 27 is entitled to compensation because he had been unlawfully held in immigration detention for about seven weeks pending deportation.
The judge concluded Mr Ararso had been unlawfully detained between September 16 and November 7, 2014.
He said he hoped Mr Ararso would be able to agree a compensation figure with Mrs May but gave no indication of the size of any award.
Mrs May had fought Mr Ararso’s unlawful detention claim. Lawyers representing her argued there was a risk he would abscond if released.
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Lawyers representing Mrs May argued the woman might abscond and disappear if she was allowed back into Britain.
But Mr Justice Collins ruled in the woman’s favour and said she should be allowed to return to attend the hearing.
The whole judicial system is rotten to the core and filled with Cultural Marxists who hate our land and people.