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Friday, 17 December 2010

Ottawa street gang, the Ledbury Banff Crips Ottawa gang member deported to Somalia

10:59 | , Ottawa gang member deported to Somalia: "25-year-old street gang member, who came to Ottawa from Somalia at the age of nine, has been deported to that country in an operation praised by Public Safety Minister Vic Toews.
But the father of Omar Ahmed is furious at the treatment of his son.
(Photo : Abdi Farah, the father of the deported man .)
Abdi Farah told the Ottawa Citizen that his son was dropped last week in the lawless Somali capital of Mogadishu despite assurances he says he was given from Canadian officials that he would be flown to Bosaso, a city in the more stable state of Puntland.
A spokesman for the Canada Border Services Agency would neither confirm nor deny the story Tuesday.
'I am unable to confirm specifically where he was returned to,' said Chris Kealey, citing privacy concerns.
Ahmed had been held by federal immigration officials as a danger to Canadians since April 1. He agreed to be deported in order to end his indefinite detention.
According to his father, Ahmed waived his legal appeals based on the government's assurance he would be returned to Bosaso.
Ahmed has admitted to being a member of a notorious Ottawa street gang, the Ledbury Banff Crips. He was known on the street as 'Ghost.'"

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