GANG LEADER FI WHERE?

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A gang leader who was involved in the supply of drugs and gun violence was returned to Jamaica today after police proved he was a danger to the public.

Andre O’Neil Grant, 30, of Walthamstow, whose address could not be revealed, had ten UK based convictions including driving offences, breaches of community orders, cannabis possession, deception and battery.

In July 2011 he was acquitted of the murder of Joseph Hylton, whose death was believed to be motivated by a drugs and firearm dispute.

He was referred to Operation Nexus, a Home Office and Metropolitan Police programme which oversees the expulsion of foreign criminals from the UK, and remained in immigration detention for two years and submitted five unsuccessful bail applications.

He was removed from the UK today despite an 11-hour attempt at a court injunction and an application to remain in the UK on human rights grounds, after being detained as an “overstayer” on November 14.

Officers submitted intelligence which provided additional material to prove that Mr O’Neil Grant was engaged in gang related criminal activities, involving the supply of drugs and gun violence.

Operation Nexus has seen more than 1,000 foreign criminals removed from the UK over 18 months and tackles individuals who may not have been convicted but where a pattern of arrests or association with serious criminality is shown.

Detective chief inspector Robert Hoey said: “Operation Nexus is a joint initiative with Home Office Immigration Enforcement.

“We are committed to identifying and managing the harm posed to Londoners by offenders who are foreign nationals.

“This clearly demonstrates the effectiveness of the partnership and is one of a number of planned deportations of offenders causing high harm to London communities.”

0 thoughts on “GANG LEADER FI WHERE?

  1. mi neva noe wi a get deported fi dem tings ere :bingung who hav gangs like merca smh…a ope em is a real yawdie befor unnuh tek em sen dung deh

  2. Bcus gang is the buzz word wid likkle compromise . From dem say gang leader not even human rights can save dem…somewhat.

  3. Ah dat dem do! Seh ‘gang leader,’ seh ‘conspiracy’, seh ‘kingpin’ in order fi support dem cause of either jailtime or deportation all when di crime is small scale & don’t REALLY qualify for them charges.

    Di only ting mi know di criminal dem muss prefer wid England is dat dem gi yuh less time dan America & sometimes dem just deport yuh widdout yuh serving jailtime but America will gi yuh 20 years DEN dip yuh!

  4. OK WECOME BACK HOME LETS SEE HOW BAD U R IN JAMAICA. OK LOL ITS ON . JAMAICA IS MY HOME NOT U.K NOT U.S JAMAICA LOL ..U HAVE 72 HR ON MY ISLAND IT S ON LOL , DO GOOD AND GOOD WELL COME TO UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

  5. KMT de youth is no gang leader just another stupid jamaican came here n follow friend got caught up in de wrong company n keep up nuff f**kry,him betta watch him back in ja cause a nuff enemy him n frens mek a england. Hate ot wen ghetto get a chance to better demself n waste dem time a try play badman n dat dont work a england police ago get u out!!!

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