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Suspect ‘did not wear veil’ March 3, 2007

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Suspect ‘did not wear veil’

I would like to repeat, that Suspect ‘did not wear veil’ and once again Suspect ‘did not wear veil’

There is no evidence to suggest a suspect wanted for the murder of Bradford PC Sharon Beshenivsky fled the country wearing a burka, according to Home Secretary John Reid.

It has been alleged that Mustaf Jamma posed as his sister, wore a veil and evaded airport checks before boarding a plane as he fled to his homeland, Somalia.
But when questioned over how this was allowed to happen, Dr Reid told Westminster journalists he had no evidence to suggest it did.
He said: “It is based on the premise that someone sneaked out of the country wearing a burka. I am not aware there is any evidence but I understand it is speculative rather than a factual thing.”
When questioned over how incidents like these may not re-occur, he defended the measures already in place.
He added: “When you say, it should not happen again, it should not happen now, there are already the powers to ask someone to show their face.
“I think we should wait until the facts come out in the case of Sharon Beshenivsky.”
Dr Reid stressed the introduction of biometric identity cards would stop any future problems.
In December two murderers in the case of PC Beshenivsky greeted their sentences with defiance as they were each jailed for a minimum of 35 years.
Muzzaker Imtiaz Shah, 25, made gangster rap-style hand gestures to relatives as he was led from the dock at Newcastle Crown Court.
And Yusuf Abdillh Jamma, 20, snarled and beat his chest as he was led from the dock.
Following the claims MPs and national newspapers called for the Government and airport bosses to ensure everyone entering and leaving the country can be fully identified – even if that means Muslim women removing veils. [source]

 

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