Thu, 20 Sep 2012 3:06p.m.
The knife-wielding Somali refugee who went on a stabbing rampage in Christchurch in March has been sent to prison.
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20/09/2012 7:43:45 p.m.
I agree with all the comments here. We don't want people like that here. What sort of appreciation is that? He has been given a second chance at life and blown it. Kick his arse out of here.
20/09/2012 7:32:59 p.m.
Who lets these retards into nz.We should give him a taxi yeah right.
20/09/2012 7:20:22 p.m.
Farmer Jack wrote:
Hey, send this looney prick back to where he came from ,save us all the jail cost,or shoud it be TAX PAYERS MONEY
20/09/2012 5:49:35 p.m.
Why are we letting this type into NZ, when that had working British man with a company and offering jobs etc is made to jump hoops and struggles to get a stay.
Its looks like our emigration dept thinks the bigger the No hopper you are the better chance you have of getting in.!!???
Send this guy back now, why waste tax payer money on him.
20/09/2012 3:41:22 p.m.
geoff s wrote:
Perhaps do the NZ Taxpayer a favour and send him back to Somalia after he has served his sentence
20/09/2012 3:25:04 p.m.
When he gets out they should ship his ass back to Somalia we dont need his kind here.
20/09/2012 3:19:52 p.m.
refugee goes on a stabbing rampage and gets 6 years free board and lodgings!!!!!
SEND HIM HOME!
stop being a happy clappy touchy feely it's not his fault society, grow some balls!
Send him home and let him be tried under their law.
If NZ was more pro active with that stance we wouldn’t have Winston Peters preaching on the decline of our society through the lack of immigration controls.
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