Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 2 February 2024

‘He should NEVER have been granted asylum’: Fury grows over how chemical attacker Abdul Ezedi who maimed mother and two girls in Clapham was allowed to stay in UK despite sex crime conviction AFTER arriving here in lorry – as hunt for him enters day three

Fury is growing over how the chemical attacker who maimed a mother and her two daughters was allowed to stay in the UK despite being convicted of a sex crime after arriving here illegally in a lorry.

The man hunt for Abdul Shokoor Ezedi, 35, continued last night as Tory MPs called for all asylum seekers who commit crimes in Great Britain to be deported.

Police have urged the public to stay away from ‘dangerous’ Ezedi who is accused of leaving his three victims, who are believed to be known to him, with ‘life changing injuries’ on Wednesday night in Clapham, south London.

The sex offender was also hurt in the horror that unfolded on Lessar Road in the leafy London suburb at 7.25pm, with CCTV footage capturing him with severe burns to his face.

He is also reported to have attacked the youngest of her two daughters by ‘slamming’ her into the road.

The mother, who one witness said was ‘blinded’, and the two young girls, aged three and eight, are currently in hospital being treated for their injuries.

It emerged last night that Ezedi is a former asylum seeker from Afghanistan who was allowed to stay in the UK despite being convicted of a sexual offence, following two failed applications.

Tory MPs called for the Government to reform its policy on asylum seekers in the wake of the horrific attack.

Miriam Cates, MP for Penistone and Stocksbridge and the co-chair of the New Conservative group of MPs, told The Telegraph: ‘This shocking and tragic case is everybody’s worst nightmare but it also shows the urgent need to tighten up our asylum processes.

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