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Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Violent gang leader in Canada deported to Lanka

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Violent gang leader in Canada deported to Lanka: "Sittampalam Jothiravi, leader of the A.K. Kannan, a violent Tamil street gang, was removed from Canada under escort by Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officers.
Mr. Sittampalam was convicted of trafficking in narcotics in 1997 and reported for serious criminality under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. In 2001, Mr. Sittampalam was arrested as part of Project 1050, a joint CBSA / Toronto Police Service initiative to address street and gang-related violence. He was charged and convicted of a variety of gang-related offences.
'We welcome the news that this violent gang leader has been removed from Canada. Canada will not be a safe haven for those who threaten the safety and security of our country and Canadians. Our government remains steadfast in our commitment to removing violent criminals,' said Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety.
Minister Kenney added: 'The removal of inadmissible individuals, particularly violent foreign criminals such as Mr. Sittampalam, is key to maintaining the integrity of Canada's immigration system and to protecting those who live in this country lawfully. I applaud the work done by CBSA officials that ultimately resulted in Mr. Sittampalam's removal,” the statement added."

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