While the prosecution is fighting in Copenhagen city Court in order to get done, Loyal to Familia banned in Denmark, a 26-year member of the bandegrupperingen true that the result is no matter for him.
the Supreme court has just determined that Mir Zohaib Hussain, who has been a member of LTF since may 2015, must be expelled from Denmark for good. He is also sentenced to three years and six months in prison for an unprovoked assault on a random prison guard, who had just got free from work in the Vestre Prison, drug-related crime, and attempts at money laundering.
the Sentence was provided as a tillægsstraf to previous convictions.
Mir Zohaib Hussain relax for the unconditional expulsion in city court and high court, but the Supreme court has laid out a tougher line and does not find that there is a uproportionelt intervention in breach of article 8 of The European Convention on human rights to expel the 26-year-old man, who is born and raised in Denmark, for ever.
'the Supreme court has this particular emphasis on the long-lasting prison sentence imposed (convicted) sentenced, among other things, the very serious assault on a prison officer, who must be seen as an attack on a part of a fundamental function of a democratic rule of law', writes the Supreme court in the judgment.
the attack meant that fængselsbetjenten was on sick leave for 18 days and had to return in a skånestilling without fangekontakt. He has sensory impairment in the right foot and have been diagnosed with ptsd.
It came up on the LTF in the Eastern high Court
In connection with the trial against Mir Zohaib Hussain in The high Court delivered a policewoman videneforklaring. The explanation is reproduced in the high court's decision.
He explained that the LTF is structured with a fixed structure.
'There is a management of the LTF in the form of an executive department called the National Nomads, consisting of 9 persons, including the president and some officers (Captains and Sergeants).
- In each local branch there is a person (a nomad) who is a liaison between the department and the controlling department.
- the Structure of the LTF points out several points about the structure of other bandegrupperinger, for example, the Bandidos.
- It is the police's assessment that the accused remains a member of the LTF. It is his assessment that the defendants are in the middle of the pyramid – he is a member of the LTF, but without a coordinating or leading role. It is the police's assessment that the accused was a member of the LTF around may 2015read more Close
Plus LTF'is convicted of assault: Consequently, he expelled
Mir Zohaib Hussain has previously been convicted several times in the period 2009-2018. Among other things, for possession of cannabis, and threats to a busmedarbejder, resale of drugs and verbal assault on a police official who was given a 'fuck you, your bøsserøv on the way as well as assault in the nightlife.
After the attack on the fængselsbetjenten was bandemedlemmet 22. June 2016 punished by imprisonment of five months and conditional expelled from Denmark for the violence of the particular crude, brutal or dangerous character, together with a medgerningsmand over for a værgeløst victim.
Why is the penalty in the Supreme court meted out as a tillægsstraf to, among other things, this judgment.
'The current voldsforhold is exercised before the judgment on conditional expulsion. However, (the convicted person) by its quickly continued drug-related crime of a serious nature, as well as his other continued the crime demonstrated that he does not have respect for the warning he has received in virtue of the judgment on conditional expulsion', writes the Supreme court in the judgment, which also states:
'On the specified basis of the origin of the Supreme court, that there is a significant risk that he will commit samfundsskadelig crime in Denmark, including personal and narcotics-related crime, if he is not deported'.
Mir Zohaib Hussain was born and raised in Denmark, but even if the Supreme court finds that Mir Zohaib Hussain is a prerequisite for establishing a life in Pakistan, if he was expelled, even though his personal and cultural ties to Denmark are stronger than to Pakistan.
the Supreme court has gathered and assessed, that the thing that speaks for deportation, 'is so serious, that they have greater weight than the reasons against expulsion on the basis of his stronger ties to Denmark and weaker ties to Pakistan. It should be noted, furthermore, that the part of his family, who lives in Denmark, will have the opportunity to maintain contact with him during the visit in Pakistan and by communicating with him via telephone and internet'.