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Friday, 21 January 2011

J’can street gang leader will not be deported from the UK | RJR News

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J’can street gang leader will not be deported from the UK | RJR News: "Jamaican street gang leader, who served a two year prison sentence for launching an attack on a rival gang in a British school playground, will not be deported from the United Kingdom.

This followed a ruling by immigration judges that his deportation would be a breach of his human rights.

Twenty one year-old Shadrick Heslop, was found guilty of unleashed a ferocious pit bull terrier on pupils at the school as his gang hunted their target in Wandsworth, South West London in 2008.

The attack left a boy fighting for his life.

Another boy age 16 intervened and was stabbed six times, suffering a punctured lung.

Heslop was sentenced to two years for causing fear and provocation of violence and was ordered to be deported."

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